Hot on the heels of its FX7 Evolution combo irons, Ram golf is introducing a range of FX7 Recovery clubs - with a choice of upto four lofts.
Hard-to-hit long irons have long been a golfer's achilles heel but these have literally come to the rescue says Ram, with a high-quality, affordable option for just £39.99. The makers claim it's packed with features to help the golfer get the ball airborne and will inspire confidence from tee, fairway or rough.
A scoop-back design allows weight to be redistributed throughout the head and to create a larger hitting area. Combined with a stainless steel body and square face alignment, it's specifically designed to play recovery shots from a variety of different lies, with graphite shaft as standard to help generate a higher clubhead speed and penetrating flight.
The FX7 Recovery is available 16, 18, 21, and 24-degree lofts for right-handers preferring a regular shaft (but not in 24-degree stiff). The lower lofts are available for left-handers. A women's model with a more flexible shaft is available for right-handers only in 24, 26 and 28-degree lofts.
The package also includes a lightweight stand bag (black/blue) with dual strap, bag towel and a dozen Ram Tour spin golf balls. It's available for either 5-8 years or 9-12 years, the older group have a left-hand option.
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