Mizuno, the Japanese golf equipment manufacturer founded in Osaka in 1906, which has been at the forefront of golf equipment design for 114 years, is delighted to announce the launch of its new CLK Hybrid.
The new CLK Hybrid has been designed to offer golfers a versatile, high-performing connection between irons and fairway woods, and will be available at retail from February 2020.
Ideal for transitioning from your longest iron to most lofted fairway wood, the CLK will be available with a selection of 5 lofts, each adjustable by 4 degrees. Easy to strike purely from the fairway and producing a high, efficient flight, the new CLK for 2020 is better than ever when it comes to attacking tight pins from further out.
The CLK Hybrid features a new MAS1C Maraging steel face that facilitates greater energy transfer and faster ball speeds from across the clubface. New dual WAVE sole technology and a wider profile encourage a higher flight and steeper landing angles, allowing you to attack tighter pins. While a wide, flat crown boosts confidence at address, encouraging a more positive swing, while a collection of structural refinements help deliver a more tour-preferred, solid sound at impact.
"Utilizing stronger Maraging steel, we are able to have a thinner face and a more aggressive, flexible WAVE sole, providing faster and more consistent ball speed across the face," said David Llewellyn, Director of R&D at Mizuno.
The New CLK hybrids are available in four RH models (#2/16°, #3/19°, #4/22°, #5/25°) with the eight-way adjustable hosel allowing for up to 32 loft (+/- 2 degrees) and lie set-up options, so there’s scope for every golfer to create their ideal CLK line-up, optimizing ball flight and address position. There are also two LH CLK models (#3, #4).
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