2014 Benross Speed 2 range: RIP, MAX and HOT
The Benross Speed 2 range of golf clubs – comprised of the RIP, MAX and HOT Speed 2 lines – has been launched for 2014.
This year, Benross has utilised a range of high-end components in its Speed 2 golf clubs, which are aimed at all levels of golfers.
Benross RIP Speed 2 woods are aimed at serious club golfers, and come fitted with Aldila’s low spinning ATX Tour Blue shafts and Golf Pride’s Multi-Compound grips.
The Benross HOT Speed 2 line is designed to suit mid-handicap golfers. The driver features a Split Dual Crown that lowers the CG, while mid-launch and spin Aldila Trinity shafts and Multi-Compound grips are fitted on the driver, fairway and hybrid.
The brand has also released the Benross MAX Speed 2 range, ideally suited to high-handicappers looking to improve their games.
The set includes a 14-degree forgiving driver that promotes a higher flight for those with lower swing speeds, a MAX fairway with a lightweight Aldila Speed Core shaft to encourage a rainbow shaped ball flight and a MAX hybrid featuring an iron-style face and wide-body hybrid design.
Benross Hot Speed 2, RIP Speed 2 and MAX Speed 2 irons review:
The Benross Speed 2 drivers all come in at £149.99, while the trio of fairways cost £99.99 and the hybrids £89.99.
Three sets of irons complete the Benross Speed 2 range. The RIP Speed 2 – which costs £399.99 for a 4-PW set – boasts a compact profile and narrow sole and top-edge to suit the more accomplished driver.
Benross HOT Speed 2 irons (£329.99, 5-SW) utilise tour lofts and a Black Pearl finish, while the MAX Speed 2 (£269.99, 6-SW) is a high-launching iron with an oversized head and a low, deep centre of gravity.