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New kids on the block

8.30am 28th June 2011 - New Products - This story was updated on Tuesday, June 28th, 2011

A new range of junior equipment from PGA Collection is being used by the Golf Foundation as part of its Golf Roots programme. The PGA official supplier has launched the PGA Kids Range to meet rising demand among junior golfers.

Sigma Golf, the company responsible for the development of the PGA Collection, has designed a range of equipment to suit all young aspiring golfers.

Richard Jewell, managing director of Sigma Golf and an Advanced Fellow of the PGA, said: “We have found many junior clubs were just basically senior clubs cut down to length with very little thought being given to grip thickness and most importantly the flex of the individual shaft.

“The PGA Kids Range includes three length options all featuring varying shaft flex and grip size depending on the length and we are confident that these clubs will undoubtedly help young golfers develop their full potential.

“Just arrived now! Left hand and a full range for the girls, including an attractive lilac and white standbag.”

Sigma Golf (UK) Ltd.





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