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Benross VX Proto PVD Driver
By Dominic Pedler - May 2010

Benross impressed hugely last year with their Innovator X driver with its highly individual progressive triangular shape and a rear weight that offered adjustability of the vertical trajectory.

For 2010, the new VX Proto PVD driver features a far more traditional round shape but still with a large modern footprint that creates an exceptionally stable and forgiving performance. This is partly down to the Thin Crown Technology that allows every last gramme of titanium to be positioned in the 460cc head so as to maximise the club's potential to hit high, long-carrying and accurate drives.

Benross VX Proto PVD Driver

The cosmetics are smart, too.We've mentioned in recent issues how Physical Vapour Deposition is a fashionable buzzword in the golf industry, relating to a new method of delivering dark, dusky anti-glare finishes. Well, the VX Proto PVD is even named after it.

Benross have also upped their game in recent years by offering top-of-the-range shafts and grips as standard, and this flagship driver continues the trend with the on-board 44.75” Aldila Voodoo graphite shaft and Golf PrideWhite Multi-Compound grip.

Lofts: 10°, 12° and MAX (14°). £149.99.

Further information at www.benrossgolf.com

Reproduced with kind permission of Golf International Magazine

 

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