Boccieri Golf 'Control Series' clubs
Boccieri Golf, maker of the Heavy Putter and Heavy Wedge lines, launched in late January its innovative "Control Series" of counter-weighted drivers, fairway woods, hybrids and irons, as well as new putter and wedge collections. Each of the new clubs is strategically engineered with a 50-gram backweight in the butt-end of the shaft to improve tempo and stability. Designed to be played as a full-set, each club shares a matching shaft profile to maintain dependable performance.
The Heavy Driver features a 460cc titanium head and incorporates revolutionary "Dimple Face Technology" to maximize the coefficient of restitution (COR) without decreasing durability. This allows better weight distribution throughout the head, which has slightly more mass than traditional offerings to maximize distance. The driver is available in 9 and 10 degree options with a variety of shaft flexes. The Heavy Wood and Heavy Hybrid clubs are constructed of 17.4 stainless steel with a special face insert made of 455 steel. Woods are available in 15- and 19-degree options, and the hybrid is 20 degrees. Heavy Irons are designed to improve consistency and have a head weight of approximately eight grams more than conventional irons. This combines with the counter-weight to raise the balance point for control. The new collection is a quarter-inch shorter than irons from other leading manufacturers, promoting smoother transition. Boccieri's new Heavy Putter Bronze and Tour Series collections are both part of its Mid-Weight family (750 total grams). The Bronze Series features four models in a distinctive black-nickel finish and the Tour line is a premium CNC-milled offering available in a traditional "toe droop" offset blade (Q2-MT) and the half-mallet (R3-MT). The Heavy Wedge is now available with conforming grooves in a variety of loft and bounce options, and has a head mass only slightly heavier than a conventional wedge. Visit boccierigolf.com or call 1-888-788-8374.
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