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Eidolon V-Sole Wedges -- The Image of An Ideal Eidolon Wedges are precision cast of mild 8620 carbon steel. It's been the favored material for wedges for two decades because it delivers great feel. Then the faces are computer-milled to exact flatness (yes, it's very important on a wedge), and the scoring lines are machined so they are perfect, too. Finally, the head is satin polished to prevent glare and plated -- first with two layers of nickel for a soft surface feel, and then chrome so that it won't rust. Other companies simply put a stiff iron shaft in their wedges, and give you one flex option, Eidolon uses the highly acclaimed Rifle Spinner wedge shaft from Precision. It's been specially designed for wedges, and produces more spin, softer feel and better trajectory control than any other shaft. A great player once said "a wedge's heart is in its sole", so look closely at the Eidolon wedges. EIDOLON V-SOLE wedges are built on patented sole technology that allows the use of TWO bounce angles on each wedge. The result is that you get the maximum amount of versatility when you face a difficult shot. This technology completely re-invents the way wedges should be made. Called V-SOLE (because it looks like a V!). V also stands for versatility - the one thing your wedges have to deliver. So, in contrast to Cleveland«, Titleist«, Nike« and others, Eidolon's patented approach to wedge design incorporates TWO distinct bounce angles in the sole of each model. And that delivers an unmatched level of scoring versatility. Eidolon V-Sole 52* Wedge Pitching wedges have gotten stronger over the years and golfers have found themselves with a large distance void between their pitching and sand wedges. But this distance is where the scoring opportunities lie on short par 4s and par 5s. You need a club that you can dial in that distance from 90-120 yards, depending on your game. The V-SOLE 52 is just that club. But, it's more versatile than other "gap" wedges with their old single bounce. You can hood it down for pitch and runs, without the leading edge digging in. You can lay it open for long bunker shots, and just swing away - the V-SOLE is at its best here. In fact, the more you work with this club, the more you're going to love it. SPECIFICATIONS Loft - 52 Lie - 64 Length - 35.5" SW - D3 Bounce - 18 leading/3 rear Eidolon V-Sole 56* Wedge Everyone has always called the 56 degree wedge the "sand" wedge, but in today's game . . . and with V-SOLE technology . . . it's so much more that that. This club will quickly become your "go to" club when the chips are down. Whether it's a medium range bunker shot, a delicate pitch, a tricky shot that requires just the right trajectory, or one of the dozens of reasonably "routine" pitch shots in a round, this club will be the one you rely on. So we call it the "Mid" wedge. It's just the right tool for all the shots that fall in between the 52 and 60 degree wedges. And you need one in your bag. SPECIFICATIONS Loft - 56 Lie - 64 Length - 35.25" SW - D5/6 Bounce - 30 leading/7 rear Eidolon V-Sole 60* Wedge High loft wedges may be the most misunderstood clubs in golf these days. We see Mickelson and Woods pull off these amazing lob shots, and believe it's all in the club. Sorry, but its not. It's mostly in the thousands of hours of practice they've put in . . . plus their 'god-like' talents. So, millions of golfers, including other tour pros, are wasting billions of shots trying to pull off these miracles. But, the high-loft wedge does have its value, and ours is easier to master than any other. It's specially designed to be a great greenside bunker club and a lot more. The unique combination of bounce angles also allows you to hit many other soft little shots around the greens. And unlike nearly all the other 60s, ours has a higher center of mass, so that you can control your trajectories better as you approach a full swing. The 60 requires some practice and orientation, but once you do that, you will amaze your buddies by what you can do that they can't. SPECIFICATIONS Loft - 60 Lie - 64 Length - 35" SW - D5/6 Bounce - 25 leading/6 rear If you have any questions about this product, or would like to order by phone, please call us Toll Free at 888-733-8383. We look forward to hearing from you!
Next Golf Equipment and Supplies Item - Elite Series II Putter - Elite Sports Dead On Series II Putter Consumers on the whole have been spending upwards of $400 - $500 on drivers which may be used in a maximum of 15 holes. The putter, on the other hand, is used on virtually every hole, unless someone chips in a shot. There is almost a direct correlation between a persons handicap and the amount of putts they make during a round, so it only makes sense to focus on the most important part of your game - the short one. We at Elite Sport Products, L.P. have developed the premier club to lower your scores. The putter head component is machined out of a solid block of 17-4 PH stainless steel. The geometry of this piece includes an internal cavity in the sweet spot of the putter, which provides a larger moment of inertia in the putting stroke plane. The face of the putter head features an abrasive blast finish which provides exceptional grip to the golf ball. This component is passivated to provide exceptional corrosion resistance. The rear wing geometry is highlighted by a group of ´┐Żaccelerating arrows´┐Ż down the exact center of this component which provide unparalleled alignment in your set-up. A ´┐Żpeep-sight´┐Ż in the rear wing ensures that the putter head location is directly under or slightly ahead of your eyes. And the rear wings contain cavities for the heavier weights to be installed at the periphery of the assembly, which again, increase the moment of inertia of the putter along the plane of the putting stroke. The rear wing is manufactured out of a block of solid 6061-T6 aircraft grade aluminum. Putter Features Accelerating Arrows One of the unique features of the Dead On putter is the geometry of a series of accelerating arrows through the center of this putter. These provide the golfer with two unique tools to help their stroke: A Superior Alignment System Accelerating Arrows Although the golf industry has long been searching for a better method of aiding the golfer in the alignment of his clubhead before making a putting stoke, it has not happened until now. Never before had there been an easier and more natural method of aligning up the putter head to its target. The sculpted arrows significantly assist both the average golfer as well as the touring professional by providing an alignment tool that is second to none. It is a natural thing for hand-eye coordination to aim this putter, using the arrows, to the intended direction. Not only does this work at initial set-up, but there is a self-correcting movement that occurs during the stoke, due to ones peripheral vision, that tends to correct any misalignment that is made during the backstroke or forward stoke. The arrow geometry also provides a method for increasing throughput, or follow through in his/her stroke. Along with the ability to align the putter head in the desired direction, the geometry of the multiple arrows increases as they approach the putter head. This "accelerating arrow" design promotes a good follow through on one's stroke, and tends to eliminate tendencies such as deceleration during short putts, which is a major cause of the "yips". Perimeter Adjustable Weighting System Another feature of the Dead On putter is the perimeter weighting system. Cavities are machined out of the bottom of each protrusion of the rear wing. Weights are then inserted into the cavities and screwed down using stainless steel screws. Because the weights are located around the outside periphery of the putter, centered along the line of the putt, the moment of inertia is increased by the addition of the weights. The heavier the weight, the higher the moment of inertia (resistance to movement) of the putter. This provides the average golfer tools that previously were only available to the touring pro. Weights are offered in Aluminum, Steel and Tungsten. High Center of Gravity The Dead On putter was designed from the beginning with the center of gravity above the geometrical center of the club. What this does is reduce the bounce induced with the initial impact of the ball. By concentrating most of the weight on the upper end of the putter, this tends to reduce the initial hopping and skidding of the golf ball coming off of the putter face. This feature in combination with the "peep-sight" (below) releases the ball after initial impact with results of less initial bounce and a truer roll. The Dead On Putter uses 4 degrees of loft on its putting surface. If you have any questions about this product or would like to order by phone, please call us Toll Free at 888-733-8383. We look forward to hearing from you!
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