I recall Kasco as one of the trend-setters in utility clubs with its K2K models some five years ago. Now the brand - with its heritage in the Far East where golf is receiving a huge boost - is developing a range of high quality equipment to challenge the major competition.
Its latest offering is the versatile Power Tornado clubs - a combination of hybrids and irons that Kasco says can be customised to fit almost any preference.
Golfers have the choice of hybrid clubs replacing 3-iron through to 7-iron, with the rest (8-iron to sand wedge) made up from traditional, cavity-backed irons.
Alternatively Kasco offers No.3, No.4 and No.5 hybrid, designed to replace more-difficult-to-hit long and mid-irons, with 6-SW as traditional irons. The utility-style clubs are made from 17-4 stainless steel in a compact head design with a large sweetspot for greater forgiveness.
The hybrid-iron sets are available with True Temper steel shafts (£299), Kasco Ultra-lightweight graphite (£349) or Aldila graphite (£499).
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