Yonex launches VXF 2013 range

New range for the mid-to-high handicapper craving extreme forgiveness


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Yonex has introduced its 2013 range of VXF irons and hybrids for men, designed and engineered for mid-to-high handicap players requiring extreme forgiveness.

The brand says its VXF iron features a Double Undercut Cavity Construction where the secondary cavity and reduced sole depth produces increased power from the face while expanding the sweet spot.

The elastomer backing situated behind the ultra thin 3mm face, adds Yonex, generates maximum power, while a 10% larger head produces an increased MOI for increased accuracy and confidence at address.

VXF irons are powered by a new lightweight Hi-Stability Yonex HS750 graphite shaft featuring Centrifugal Force System technology – enabling maximum energy transfer and a solid feel at impact.

The irons (5-SW) are available at £489 (graphite; stiff or regular, super light flex) and £349 (steel; stiff or regular). Both are available in left-handed versions.

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