Jan 272013
 
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Acer XF HT irons, light weight steel shafts, new apollo acculite steel shafts, lightweight steel shafts,

 

 

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XF = Extra Forgiving       HT = High Trajectory

Designed for the high handicapper


High handicappers suffer from two major problems. They can’t get the ball high enough and they can’t get the ball straight enough. A low flight push or slice often gets in the woods or water.

To improve ball flight, the engineering involved in the Acer XF HT moved the center of gravity deeper and lower in the clubhead.

For control, a good bit of weight was moved from the back (that’s why the cavity) and moved to the peripheral. The generous offset is an additional help in squaring the club face.

For more details about the Acer XF HT irons, click here.


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