Revolution goes Mid-size

The popular Revolution Iron is ideal for the Higher handicappers

Tue, 4 Apr 2000

Revolution goes Mid-size

Maxfli Revolution irons have been heralded as some of the best looking, most forgiving 'player's' clubs on the market since their introduction in 1999.

Now even more golfers can enjoy the new Revolution Midsize iron bringing the trademark soft feel to a wider audience - 10-20 handicap golfers.

The new club features the same Multi layer technology that combines a soft nickel inner compound and a hard chrome outer layer giving unrivalled feel on all shots. It's this chrome layer which gives the club its hardness and consistency shot after shot.

Where the Midsize model differs from the standard Revolution – it will help the mid to high handicap golfer achieve better results.

Maxfli say the new Revolution Midsize has an 8% longer blade than its’ predecessor and has a larger sweetspot giving the player more confidence and increasing the probability of consistently well hit shots.

The irons come with progressive offset as most average golfers struggle to hit long irons straight, progressive offset enables them to square the face of the longer irons at impact resulting in more long-iron consistency.

And there is more weighting in the sole part of the club, compared to the current Revolution model. This extra weight where it is needed most - under the golf ball at impact - will help get the ball airborne easier and on a higher trajectory.

The new clubs will be available in either a Dynalite Gold steel shaft or a True Temper EI-70 graphite shaft. All clubs are accompanied with Golf Pride Tour Velvet Wrap grips for supreme comfort.

Commenting on the new launch, Andrew Keast, Marketing Director of Maxfli, said: "Maxfli are pleased to be able to offer mid to high handicap golfers in the 10-20 handicap range the opportunity to benefit from the great feel the Revolution Multi layer technology provides.”

The new Revolution Midsize will stand alongside the existing Revolution irons designed for the single figure player.