Golf for women: where are the new women's clubs?
I saw exactly three women hitting clubs at the demo day, which drew an estimated 6,000 people. Most of the women I’ve seen here are wearing short skirts and high heels, paid primpers for the exhibitors. I like to look at them.
Women should be more excited about the new equipment out today, and manufacturers should be doing more to get them pumped. The new hybrids help everybody’s game, and all those wedges with different lofts should help women who don’t normally like to bring it air-mail.
Here are some of the manufacturers offering women’s versions of their latest new clubs.
TaylorMade offers women’s versions in pretty much every new club it has, not just its newest products. That includes the R7 Draw lineup of drivers. They have higher lofts.
Callaway has women’s versions of its latest products, including the FT-I driver, which uses the new square-shaped head.
Tour Edge’s Mode clubs come in a pink color scheme, and has a 14-degree driver, again, helping the ladies with loft.
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