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Lynx Junior Range Is Perfect For Growing The Game

2.08pm 15th May 2019 - New Products

For 2019, fast-growing golf equipment brand Lynx offers a stand-out Junior Range packed with choice, technology and an easy way to buy for all…designed to help grow the game.

The Lynx Junior Range is available from the forward-thinking British company on an open-stock basis, which offers major benefits to PGA Professionals, golf retailers and consumers alike.

For Professionals looking to improve their Junior Golf Equipment range without breaking the bank, the open-stock programme means they can order single clubs in whatever quantities best suits their own business.

As a result, young golfers (or their parents) can try the game by buying just one club if they wish – avoiding the expense of having to purchase full set of clubs – then add to if they become more committed to the game.

Said Murray Tonry, Lynx UK and European Sales Manager: “If cost is a barrier to entry to developing Junior golf – either for retailers or new players – then Lynx as a brand is fully committed to removing that barrier for the good of the growth of the game.

“By making all of our Junior clubs available on an open stock basis it means Juniors can try out golf through a PGA Professional without the expense or worry of having to commit to purchasing a full set.

“This is important for parents. None of them want to spend a lot of money on a full set of clubs if their child isn’t sure whether golf is ultimately their game.

“And by giving our accounts the chance to sell just one or two clubs at a time to interested families, they do not have to commit to carrying a full line-up of Junior stock either, which would ordinarily tie up shop space and cash.

The new 2019 Lynx Junior Range offers progressive clubs for kids aged from two to 14 years old. With 36 different single club and size options available, from driver through to putter in three colour-coded fittings, the collection is the perfect choice.

There are full colour-coded clubs: Green (approximately 5-7 years); Red (approximately 7-11 years); Silver (approx. 11-14 years) with appropriately-sized heads, bespoke shafts with kick-points at the right position for each club length and correct head weightings for the relative age groups and their strengths.

Lynx also provide measuring ‘yardsticks’ and club-stand poster measurers, because rather than ‘ageing’ their club ranges – which can put some children off – they do it by measuring the length of a child’s arms in relation to the floor. This dictates the best colour code for each individual child.

In each category, Lynx offers a driver, 3 wood, 5 wood, hybrid, 5 iron, 6 iron, 7 iron, 8 iron, 9 iron, PW, SW and putter all on an open stock basis with RRPs from just £19.95 per club.

Additionally, for the littlest golfers just starting out, there are neat blister pack sets for the 2+ and 4+ age groups, containing a 7 iron and putter, and these make superb seasonal gift items.

British company Lynx is one of the fastest-growing equipment brands in golf and has already seen year-on-year sales growth in the first quarter in excess of 35% on last year.

The brand boasts one of the widest ranges in golf, designs and manufactures Ladies’ and Men’s clubs, as well as open-stock Junior hardware specifically and carefully designed for little and growing players.

It remains one of the most forward-thinking companies in golf and is dedicated to supporting ‘green grass’ Pro shop business and to offering exceptional equipment for use by golfers at all skill levels.

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