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Wed, 24 Jul 2013

Refined Cut-Thru Slots

Tight Lies features redesigned Cut-Thru Slots in the crown and sole to create maximum face deflection.  This increased deflection allows for higher ball speeds making the new Tight Lies twice as hot as the original. Another added benefit of this new slot design is the increased forgiveness across the face.

Low-Profile Upside Down Design

A hallmark of the original Tight Lies fairway wood was the revolutionary low-profile, upside-down design, and it is back in the new version.  This design feature allows for a very low CG – below the CG of the golf ball, making it extremely easy to hit the ball in the air for more consistent and controllable performance.  Golfers will immediately notice the ease by which they make solid contact using the new Tight Lies out of a multitude of challenging lies.

Tri-Sole Design

The unique tri-sole design, which made the original version playable from any lie, will again be a difference maker for golfers playing the new Tight Lies.  This sole design reduces turf interaction to increase performance from the fairway, rough, sand - even tight or bare lies.

Exceptional Performance

Today’s fairway woods have become hard for most people, including many tour players, to hit from anywhere other than off of a tee due to their deep faces and higher CGs.  These “mini-drivers” can also be extremely hard to hit out of the rough or sand due to their larger size.  The new Tight Lies will revolutionize the game just as the original did. 

“With the new Tight Lies, we’ve got a 3-wood that you can control, you can hit it out of bad lies,” said Tom Watson, 8-time Major champion.  “The most important thing for me is to know how far the ball is going to go, and with the new technology, here with Tight Lies, we can hit it where we want it to go and that’s what you want in a golf club. Man, that’s all I want.”

The playability from every type of lie, and the ease at which golfers can get the ball in the air makes Tight Lies the perfect club to hit those long par-4’s and par-5’s.  For the first time in a long time, golfers will love hitting a fairway wood again.



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