We take a look at some of the best gear you can buy for £501-£1,000.

What Golf Gear Can I Buy For £1000?

With the growth of technology in golf, clubs and equipment quite easily approach the £1000 mark which is a considerable amount of money to spend.

No doubt though, most of the products produced by the top golf brands that come in at this price point are the top of the range in terms of technology, performance, aesthetics and research.

So the question remains, what can be bought for £1000? Well we have taken a look at some of the finest products below and if you wish to spend less money we also have you covered with some of the posts below.

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What Golf Gear Can I Buy For £1000?

Clubs

Honma T//World XP-1

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The XP-1 driver has an easy-to-square draw-bias design combined with Honma’s Five Fang technology to help higher handicappers.

Honma TR20 

Designed for those golfers looking for premium performance with renowned craftsmanship, the HR20 features a near-total carbon body and a Non-Rotating hosel system.

TaylorMade SIM Max OS

Best Forgiving Irons 2020

Compared to TaylorMade’s other new iron the SIM Max, the SIM Max OS iron is a larger, longer and more forgiving alternative for golfers that need maximum assistance on their iron shots.

Callaway Mavrik

Callaway introduced three models to the Mavrik range of irons including the standard design. Thanks to the design and aesthetics of them, they should appear to a wide variety of golfers of differing abilities.

Mizuno MP-20

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The MP-20 MB is a pure muscleback, heavily influenced by the most revered blades of Mizuno’s past.

Ping G710

Designed for mid-to-high handicap golfers and players with slower swing speeds, Ping claims its new G710 iron is the company’s longest and most forgiving to date.

Callaway Mavrik Max

 

Much like the rest of Callaway’s Mavrik range, the Mavrik Max irons also feature Flash Faces designed by a super computer. In the long irons, the faces are designed for launch and speed, while in the mid-irons the faces are engineered for speed and spin consistency.

Cobra King Forged Tec

2019 Cobra King Forged Tec Irons Unveiled

A totally different design compared to previous iterations, Cobra’s new iron boasts a traditional muscleback shape. Available in a variable or One Length set make-up.

Wilson Staff D7 Forged

Wilson Staff D7 Forged Iron Launched

Building upon the success of the D7 range, Wilson added the D7 Forged irons which are aimed towards the better player.

Mizuno MP-20 MMC

The MP-20 MMC is being billed as an ‘Elite Players’ Cavity’ and represents the second-generation of Mizuno’s multi-material concept.

Callaway Mavrik Pro

Best Compact Mid-Handicap Irons 2020

Compared to the other irons in the Mavrik range, the Mavrik Pro Irons feature a more compact head shape, flatter lie angle and thinner topline that better players prefer for better workability and control.

TaylorMade P790

2019 TaylorMade P790 Irons Revealed

The P790 irons look set to build on the success of the original, featuring a cleaner, sleeker look as well as taller and seven per cent thinner face.

Cobra King Speedzone

What Golf Gear Can I Buy For £1000
To go along with the new King Speedzone woods, Cobra also introduced irons to the range, which are said to deliver extra distance thanks to the first ever carbon fibre topline.

Equipment

PowaKaddy FX7 GPS Golf Trolley

What Golf Gear Can I Buy For £1000

The new FX Series, which encapsulates the FX7 GPS benefits from a simple, one-click folding system and thanks to the removal of the central pillar, fold down 20 per cent smaller than the previous versions.

Motocaddy M-Tech Golf Trolley

What Golf Gear Can I Buy For £1000

The limited-edition Motocaddy M-Tech heads up the compact-folding M-Series range. It is top of the pile thanks to its super-lightweight, high-capacity Lithium battery and next-generation, high power 28V electronics.

PowaKaddy CT6

What Golf Gear Can I Buy For £1000

The new CT6 benefits from a premium gunmetal metallic frame that weighs in at just 9.8 kilograms – five per cent lighter than the previous Compact model.

Motocaddy S7 Remote

What Golf Gear Can I Buy For £1000

The S7 remote features a compact rechargeable remote Lithium handset, which includes dual pressure buttons for responsive control around the course. The handset also fits neatly into an integrated holder below the handle.

PowaKaddy FX5

best electric golf trolleys 2020

The FX5 provides the perfect option for the golfer seeking ample features at a mid-price point. It comes complete with a bright, 2.8” mid-size full-colour widescreen display, ADF (automatic distance function) and USB charging port.

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