Japanese star Ryo Ishikawa plays Yonex on Tour and in 2010, he shot a 12-under 58 to shoot the lowest competitive round scored in tour history at The Crowns. Yonex must be doing something right with the clubs they are building, and Frank LaRosa from Golf to Go on ESPN 1320 found out more from Will Carswell with Yonex Golf during the 2012 Haggin Oaks Golf Expo. Yonex offers a full line of equipment. Let’s focus on their driver line today. They have a driver on the market to fit every player, from the scratch golfer to the 20+ handicapper.
For the better player, Yonex offers the Type 380 driver. This club delivers tour level feel and performance with its compact 380cc head. The center of gravity is closer to the club face and it promotes a low launch and low spin. It is ideal for the traditionalist looking for more feel and more workability in a classically designed club.
The Yonex Type 420 Driver is geared to the mid to low handicap player that is looking for forgiveness in their club. This driver has a mid-size 420cc head that provides low spin for increased workability. You’ll make longer, straighter drives with this driver in your hands.
For the player that just wants to “bomb it”, check out the Yonex Type 450 driver. It offers more forgiveness and a mid to high launch for unmatched distance. This driver features a draw bias for maximum forgiveness.
We can special order any of the Yonex clubs at the Haggin Oaks Golf Super Shop in Sacramento.
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