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Palm Springs unveils its E2i range

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The predominance of white-headed clubs was one of the outstanding images at the 140th Open Championship at Royal St Georges. Indeed many of the world's leading players have decided that 'white is the new black' when it comes to golf equipment.

No wonder then that Palm Springs the UK online golf brand has taken the opportunity to reveal its latest E2i white driver - priced at £39.99.

And with fairway woods and rescue clubs to match, Palm Springs claims that any golfer can now benefit from the year’s white hot development in club design without spending a small fortune!

Based on its original £14.99 driver, the brand already now stocks the E2i white driver, which is available in a right-hand model with a 10.5 degree loft. It features a non-glare crown with aerodynamic 460cc head shape and a deep, black clubface. It has a lightweight graphite shaft to help generate increase clubhead speed and more forgiveness at impact.

To compliment it, Palm Springs also has a white E2i 3-wood costing £29.99 also available only in a right-hand model. It's lightweight, say the makers, with 'inbuilt low-drag aerodynamics to inspire a smooth swing and crisp contact.'

E2i Hybrids (£19.99 each) come in right-handed only but with three loft options (18, 21 and 24 degrees) and white grooves built into the black face to help align the club to the ball.

The dual crown design of the hybrids’ stainless steel head is larger than most comparable rescue clubs and the centre of gravity lower to deliver that extra forgiveness and trajectory.

All Palm Springs Visa clubs are available with next day delivery from leading e-tailer The Sports HQ.