The maker says that the Perfect Club can, and will, help players to hit the ball longer, straighter and achieve lower scores. The Perfect Club can be used from almost any lie – off the tee, the fairway, out of bunkers or around the green – and replaces long irons and five or seven woods.
The diversity of shot-making is achieved though a shorter shaft, combined with an offset 21 degree metal wood-style head and so the weight is repositioned lower to help the ball rise. This, combined with the proprietary V-shaped sole plate makes the Perfect Club able to scythe through the rough and allow a faultless shot.
The concept of the Perfect Club is simple: the closer you are to the ball, the easier it is to strike. And, just as with short irons, you hit down to make the ball go up with the Perfect Club.
More than 200,000 models of the Perfect Club have already been sold in America and hopes are high that, by using the Golf TV Pro Shop – channel 667 on Sky digital – as a platform, they will enjoy similar success in the UK.
Retailing at a modest £89.95, the manufacturer is so confident, that those whose game does not improve with the use of the Perfect Club are offered a a six-week, money-back guarantee.
And golfers purchasing the Perfect Club at the moment will also receive a free golf umbrella worth £14.99.
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