The Benross HTX range of woods and irons is designed to offer performance through use of high quality materials and components at an affordable price to the golfer

British brand Benross launched in 1997 in a bid to offer golfers an affordable alternative that didn’t cut costs on components, and almost a decade later it is still launching clubs that fulfil that ethos.

For 2016 this includes two new drivers that feature powerful sole slots and premium Mitsubishi Rayon Kuro Kage shafts to boost distance and control.

The HTX driver (£129.99) is also weighted to favour a low and rearward centre of gravity (CG) that boosts forgiveness and increases the launch angle to make dispatching drivers on a higher and longer trajectory easier.

Benross HTX type R Driver

It is joined by the HTX type R (above, £179.99), a better player driver that has the CG positioned more forwards to reduce spin and the same Mitsubishi Rayon Kuro Kage Silver TiNi shaft you’ll find as an option in many of 2016’s drivers that will retail at double its price. It also has adjustable loft by +/- up to 1.5° on the hosel to personalise the flight to suit your shot shape.

Benross HTX-Type-R-Crown

Both models also feature a new CT Response Channel that springs to maximise ball speed, plus a Golf Pride Tour Velvet grip as standard. Read the latest issue of Golf Monthly to see how the Benross drivers fared in its big Driver Test.

Like its new drivers, Benross has also unveiled a fairway wood, hybrid, and two iron sets that are designed to uphold the same principles of value and performance.

Benross HTX fairway and hybrid

Like the drivers, the HTX fairway (£89.99) and hybrid (£79.99) feature a CT Response Channel – a slot that springs at impact – and heat-treated faces that Benross say make them the longest it has ever produced.

There are also HTX irons (5-SW £299.99 KBS Tour 90 steel or £349.99 Kuro Kage Black graphite) that feature heat-treated faces for faster ball speeds and Torsion Control Bars across the cavity that increase stability to boost heel and toe forgiveness.

Benross HTX Type R Iron

For players after a little more workability, the HTX type R irons (5-SW £379.99 KBS Tour 90 steel or £429.99 Kuro Kage Black graphite) still feature heat-treated faces to increase ball speed, but utilise progressive top lines through the set to blend short game control with long game forgiveness.

The Benross HTX range is on sale now.