Masda Golf cre­ates clubs that ap­peal to the senses

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Masda Golf, since its foun­da­tion in 2004, has been de­sign­ing high-per­for­mance golf clubs. Each prod­uct de­signed and en­gi­neered with unique con­cepts, and man­u­fac­tured with the best care and crafts­man­ship, lit­er­ally one by one.

The ba­sis of Masda Golf’s con­cept is to de­sign golf clubs that ap­peal to play­ers’ feel as well to ex­plore and at­tain the ut­most po­ten­tial of the golfers. Hence they put their heart and soul into mak­ing each and ev­ery club so that when the clubs reach the hands of golfers, they are much more than just an­other golf club.

VP-6 Driver

The con­cept for the VP-6 driver is to help golfers achieve their best driv­ing dis­tances, and this goal is not limited

to just pro­fes­sion­als but all lev­els of golfers. A unique shape and mask­ing ap­plied on the crown makes the face look larger, more ap­peal­ing and con­fi­dence in­spir­ing at ad­dress. And with a larger sweet spot, the VP-6 is more for­giv­ing and al­lows for a bet­ter smash fac­tor, which is a way to gauge how ef­fec­tively and ef­fi­ciently golfers are com­press­ing a golf ball, by mea­sur­ing their ball speed di­vided by their club­head speed. The higher the num­ber equals more power be­ing put into the golf ball.

HC-01 Irons

Yuji Ma­suda care­fully re­designed these from the V-720 irons, and hence the birth of the HC-01 irons. Touted as the ul­ti­mate cav­ity back irons, the HC-01 irons were forged for for­give­ness while still al­low­ing for great ball con­trol and shaped shots and at the same time, still pro­vid­ing great feed­back to the golfer. These Ja­panese made forged works of art, re­tain that same sig­na­ture great feel that come with all well forged irons.


Masda Golf’s take on put­ters is quite a sim­ple one, a put­ter in any shape, size or colour made by them, has to look great, be im­pres­sion­able and be well-bal­anced def­i­nitely but ul­ti­mately, the put­ter must al­ways be re­li­able. By us­ing soft-iron to craft put­ters, Yuji Ma­suda be­lieves the feel and sound feed­back from this ma­te­rial, is an im­por­tant fac­tor in grasp­ing dis­tances on the putting green al­low­ing golfers to make more putts.

For more in­for­ma­tion on Masda Golf clubs and equip­ment, please visit Golf & Leisure lo­cated at 545, Or­chard Road, #02-18/19/20/21, Far East Shop­ping Cen­tre, Sin­ga­pore, 238883. Con­tact +65 6884 9575 or email [email protected]­ or visit

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