Lynx Golf, the fast-growing family-owned UK golf brand, has launched a special Limited Edition rose gold-coloured version of its groundbreaking Boom Boom irons.
The beautiful new RG Boom Boom irons feature Lynx’s patented double-cavity design – the first, a muscle-back design which distributes weight effectively around the clubhead for forgiveness; the second, a narrower, deep slotted ‘power channel’ immediately behind the club face.
This feature , when combined with variable face thickness, gives ‘phenomenal distance and feel’ from a top-grade one-piece cast head.
As well as their stunning performance, the cosmetics are sensational and sleek too – with a beautiful combination of a rose gold and black finish. A hi-specification steel or graphite shaft with simple, but classy, black Lynx 360 grips complete the look.
Said Lynx’s Stephanie Zinser: “The rose gold finish is of a very high-quality and is subtle, yet distinctive enough to be a genuine talking point for those golfers who like to stand out from the crowd.
“We don’t believe there is a better-looking golf iron in the market. And when you combine the looks with the outstanding performance the Boom Boom irons deliver, then we are confident that golfers will find them a joy to own and use.”
Lynx’s Boom Boom clubs are the flagship marque in the Lynx stable and all benefit from the pioneering innovation for which Lynx Golf UK is becoming universally recognised.
The Ltd Edition RG Boom Boom irons join the men’s black Boom Boom irons, driver, fairway woods, hybrids and putters in a beautifully-designed and high-performing family of premium products.
The new irons are available in 4-PW sets with an RRP of £549 (steel) and £599 (graphite).
The company unveiled its RG Boom Boom irons just weeks after becoming the Official Golf Club of the Ricoh Women’s British Open.
Lynx Golf continues to establish itself as a forward-thinking and exciting equipment brand in Europe and is dedicated to supporting ‘green grass’ Pro shop business, with more than 400 accounts in the UK.
Lynx Golf www.lynxgolf.co.uk
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