Mar 262012
 
Power Play Caiman hybrid clubs with light weight steel shafts for better control and distance.

Power Play Caiman Hybrid Clubs   Better equipment = Lower scores It is quite challenging to make a hybrid club that offers the control of an iron, the ease of a wood, optimum trajectory, distance and soft landing. Yet make it very forgiving. That’s why companies hire engineers. The pull-face construction of the Power Play Caiman hybrids utilizes an active maraging face insert welded to the 4-31 stainless body to help increase the spring-like effect and further save weight. The score lines are CNC milled rather than cast or stamped into the hard S42 face material. Variable crown thickness (as little as 0.5mm) in the non-stress area of the head, which is the thickness of 5 sheets of paper! This concept was utilized to shift weight to a more desirable location deep and low within the head to propel the ball high and land soft. Weights and lofts are normalized so they produce repeatable and predictable distances to the same numbered iron. This makes it easier for the average golfer to fill a particular yardage gap without guessing at which loft to purchase. Come fitted with standard black & white grips. Perfect for golfers who are trying to bring consistency to their long game.     Comes fitted with the Apollo Acculite 95 Superlite steel shaft. This shaft delivers an astonishing blend of balance, control and feel. 25 to 30 grams lighter than standard steel shafts. The lighter weight helps you generate greater clubhead speed that translates to greater distance. [Read More …]