Lynx Golf has launched a new full range of junior clubs to suit younger golfers aged 7-16. A capsule collection of separate irons, hybrids, fairway woods and a driver in three age groups.
Rather than producing standard boxed-sets, Lynx has designed a capsule collection of separate irons, hybrids, fairway woods and a driver in three age groups which allows juniors to build the perfect set of clubs to match their own requirements.
Available in ages 7-11, 11-14 and 14-16, colour-coded head weights and shaft flexes vary between age groups, enabling the junior golfer to continue to play Lynx while experiencing the same consistency of quality and feel as they grow.
The Lynx Junior Irons (5-SW) have a progressive offset throughout the set and are specifically weighted for each age group to give maximum forgiveness. With a deep cavity back and perimeter weighting, stainless steel heads and graphite shafts, the irons are easy to hit and forgiving and come with a £199 RRP.
A Lynx Junior Hybrid in a 4 loft can be added for £49, while there is a choice of a 3- or 5-wood (RRP £49)
The set can be completed with the Lynx Junior Driver (RRP £99) which has 13°loft to help younger players get the ball airborne and straight.
The fully forged titanium head is designed with low CoG and high MOI to make it very easy to hit, while there are variable flex shafts for different age groups and junior sized grips for smaller hands. The heads are also colour coded with headcovers.