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SCOR Golf introduces left-handed SCOR4161 irons and wedges

SCOR Golf has introduced its left-handed version of the SCOR4161 line of precision scoring clubs, which are designed for golfers of all abilities. SCOR Golf is a division of Eidolon Brands, and the company says its SGC3 progressive weighting eliminates ballooning trajectories and inconsistent distance control in short irons and conventional wedges.

The innovative SGC3 progressive weighting design features seven distinct head designs across twenty-one precision lofts from 41-61 degrees to optimize trajectory, spin and distance control for each scoring club. SCOR4161 also features patented V-SOLE technology, proprietary GENIUS shafts co-engineered with KBS and UST Mamiya, new groove geometry, and the company’s own SCOR grips. All heads are Tru-Form-Forged from 8620 carbon steel to combine the precision of casting with the feel of forging. Each set is custom built using the proprietary SCORFit fitting process.

SCOR4161 clubs are available at www.scorgolf.com and at a growing number of selected golf pro shops for a suggested retail price of $139 per club. Visit www.scorgolf.com or call 1-877-726-7670.

Compiled by Alan Blondin, ablondin@thesunnews.com

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