The latest range of golf clubs from TaylorMade Golf, GAPR, claims to address one of the biggest issues for any golfer- the gap between your longest iron and shortest wood.
We've all been there- stood on the tee of a long par-3 knowing full well that the iron you've got in your hand isn't going to reach, but your next best option is a fairway wood that you know will sail over the back of the green. Well, that's exactly what TaylorMade Golf's latest GAPR range will solve.
With a trio of products available, golfers can now choose the shape and distance that they need to fill that awkward gap between your longest iron and shortest fairway wood. Think more utility club than hybrid, as the GAPR range lets you combine distance, accuracy, and workability.
Designed primarily for players with faster ballspeeds, GAPR LO is the smallest of the three models and offers extreme distance with a mid-to-low trajectory.
Slightly larger in size than the GAPR LO, GAPR MID was designed with players of all skill levels in mind. Promising maximum distance and a mid-high trajectory, the iron face profile of this club inspires confidence and easy alignment.
Similar to the GAPR MID, GAPR HI is suitable for the widest range of players and is the largest of the three models. Similar to a hybrid in design, GAPR HI is more forgiving, offering maximum distance and a high, penetrating trajectory.
Available from 7 September 2018.
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