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Back to the Future - MD Superstrong Brassie and Spoon
January, 2010

Seve may have stolen the headlines, but MD Golf was always a rising star in the equipment industry before their collaboration with the Spaniard. In addition to their wedge reputation (which first caught Seve’s eye), MD’s Superstrong titanium drivers have long offered high performance at ridiculously low prices. The 460cc titanium heads are back as part of new generation of Superstrong metalwoods for 2010, which, along with both traditional and square big sticks, and fairways and hybrids, include a new pair affectionately christened Brassie and Spoon.

The MD Superstrong 'Fairway Finders' - Brassie and Spoon

While named after the old 2-wood and 3-wood of a bygone era, there is a clear rationale behind their resurrection here as large-headed ‘Fairway Finders’ with strong lofts of 13 and 15 degrees, respectively.

“These are special niche clubs ideally suited to golfers who prefer not to play driver from the tee, especially on tight driving holes,” says Stuart Smith. “The deeper faces and low-spin construction present a more inviting, effective alternative to smaller-headed conventional fairway woods from the tee,” he explains, adding that the clubs would also suit better players who want stronger-lofted fairway woods with bigger heads.

For further information visit www.mdgolf.co.uk

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