Hogan reveals FTX forged irons

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Hogan reveals FTX forged irons
Hogan reveals FTX forged irons

Ben Hogan – spot the differnce

New clubs have been launched by Ben Hogan – the first since being taken over by Callaway Golf – in which golfers will be able to identify individual irons by their look in the bag – not just by the number etched in the sole.

Clubhead designs of the FTX forged set differs from club to club, which, says the manufacturer, makes every club specifically tuned for its task.
The heads of the long irons (3- to 7-iron) feature perimeter weighting of a cavity back blade style with longer blade lengths ‘for improved playability’ and a muscle back within the cavity ‘to enhance feel’.

From the 8-iron through to the wedges, as the loft increases and the cavity back blade style disappears entirely, resulting in a muscle back blade style for more feel and control.

The makers say the FTXs, forged from 1020 carbon steel, with a nickel chrome finish are designed with ‘the better player in mind.’

Ian Stringfellow, director of marketing, says ‘The Ben Hogan FTX irons are a fantastic addition to the Ben Hogan range and reflect our pursuit of excellence. These are remarkable irons suitable for players who, like Mr Hogan, desire perfection in their performance.’

The Ben Hogan FTX irons are available in both left and right handed models with Apex Steel or Apex Graphite shafts. Cost will be £499 (steel) and £599 (graphite).

For your nearest stockist or to simply test a set call 0800 7311480.

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