Lynx Golf unveils rose coloured irons

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Bringing something new to the golf market this year, Lynx Golf has launched a special Limited Edition rose gold-coloured version of its Boom Boom irons.


The technology


Patented double-cavity design -The first cavity has a muscle-back design, which distributes weight effectively around the clubhead for forgiveness.

The second is a narrower, deep slotted 'power channel' positioned immediately behind the clubface. This, combined with variable face thickness attempts to deliver greater distance.

The look


The Rose Gold Boom Boom irons are desgined to appeal to women with their standout, yet classy exterior.
"We don't believe there is a better looking golf iron in the market." - Lynx's Stephanie Zinser

Clubhead - A sleek black rose gold finish

Shaft - A hi-specification steel or graphite shaft

Grips - Black Lynx 360 grips

Lynx's Stephanie Zinser is impressed with both the cosmetics and performance of the new version of the Boom Boom irons.

“The rose gold finish is of a very high-quality and is subtle yet distinctive enough to be a genuine talking point for those golfers who like to stand out from the crowd,” said Zinser.

"We don't believe there is a better looking golf iron in the market. When you combine the looks with the outstanding performance the Boom Boom irons deliver, then we are confident that golfers will find them a joy to own and use."

Lynx golf for women


The limited edition Rose Gold Boom Boom irons are geared towards women, and they join the men's black Boom Boom irons, driver, fairway woods, hybrids and putters as part of the overall range.

The company unveiled the new Boom Boom irons just weeks after becoming the official golf club of the Ricoh Women's British Open.

The new Lynx irons are available in 4-PW sets, with an RRP of £549 (steel) and £599 (graphite).

For more information, visit www.lynxgolf.co.uk, or follow @LynxGolfUK on Twitter.

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