Jeremy Ellwood

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In a quest to branch out into relatively uncharted golfing territory, Jeremy Ellwood sets off on a short break to top up his Northamptonshire course tally and check out the…

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Srixon WG504 Gunmetal

Soft forged carbon steel head with deep gunmetal colouring and matt finish. Sole grind engineered for playability. Virtually no glare-risk here as a result of the low-sheen finish. The sole…

Specialist

Hand-forged, traditional wedge shape with extra long hosel that is designed to place more weight in the heel so the head is less prone to closing at impact. The lack…

SV Tour

Feedback from Nike’s players led to the final profile, bounce and groove design on the SV Tour wedge. The anti-glare finish is designed to rust over time to further enhance…

Nike SV Black

“Spin Velocity” wedges are soft cast with a tour-inspired profile, shape and bounce plus Nike’s own U/V hybrid grooves. Mid-sheen black nickel, satin finish. Milled face for consistency with soft…

Cobra M wedge

The dark nickel-plated head may look unconventional but it’s not unattractive. The head is quite large, promising a fairly forgiving strike while the dark finish will stop any glare from…

This iron-style utility’s hollow head, wide sole and low profile combine to deliver a higher trajectory than similarly-lofted conventional irons. Twin brass sole weights boost twist resistance on mis-hits while…

GM Series Wedge

Benross might not be the name you immediately think of when picking a wedge but the thin topline and ‘oil-can’ finish give this the appearance of a major player. The…

M1

Features an anti-shank design. A portion of the neck of the club has been specially designed with a contoured profile that reduces the possibility of the dreaded shank. The large…

Ben Hogan Apex

Forged from soft 1020 carbon steel with input from Hogan’s tour staff, the Apex’s high polished finish and maximum legal width grooves are designed for optimum greenside control.

This wood features MacGregor’s 360 Cup Face technology to make the sweetspot as large as possible, plus a heel weighting bias designed to generate a distance-enhancing draw and fewer slices.

New 360 degree club face technology creates a large sweet spot and a forgiving driver. The specially designed shaft promises better control on the downswing.

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Carbon composites that are lighter than titanium are used in the clubhead crown and body to ensure maximum weight is located where it can most assist launch conditions and ball…

Deep head shape with deep PowerBow technology shifts centre of gravity further back for a high launch angle. Thin, strong Custom 455 steel face promises a responsive feel and enhanced…