Lynx announce Scottish demo days

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Lynx Golf has announced four demo days set to take place at courses across Scotland.


The brand has been making big strides in the equipment market over the last two years and that comes as no surprise when you consider the recent releases from the brand.

The reinvention of the Boom Boom driver showed that innovation was a key part of Lynx Golf’s mantra, and the Boom Boom 3 is the best performing driver the brand has ever produced.

Boom Boom irons hit the market for the first time in 2014 and Lynx says they ‘redefine the levels of power, distance and feel’. Featuring two cavities to get the right combination of forgiveness and distance, they are an absolute treat.

The demo days give you the chance to go along and speak to the experts about the clubs, while also trying them out for yourself.

Lynx Scottish demo day dates


The dates for you diary are:

Monday April 28 – Glencorse Golf Club, 10am – 2pm

Tuesday April 29 – Nairn Dunbar Golf Club, 11am – 3pm

Wednesday April 30 – Deeside Golf Club, 1pm – 5pm

Thursday May 1 – Harburn Golf Club, 12pm – 4pm

For more information on the demo days, head over to lynxgolf.co.uk

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