June 2013

20 Great items under $100

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TaylorMade's RocketBladez wedge ($89) sports an "All Terrain Versatility" sole: No matter how you open the clubface, its bounce angle is optimized. Its cavity promotes soft feel and sound, while a heavier steel shaft enhances swing rhythm, crisp contact and control. (taylormadegolf.com)

Orlimar's TourGroove wedge ($100) features a 1025 soft carbon forged clubhead that feels really soft around the greens. Its USGA-conforming grooves enhance shot control. (orlimar.com)
The KBS constant-taper C-Taper Lite shaft ($35) for irons is a mid-launch model that yields plenty of spin control and smooth feel. It has an all-around playability factor and weighs 105g to 115g, fitting a wide range of golfers. (kbsgolfshafts.com)
Nippon's PRO MODUS3 Tour 130 shaft ($37) has already scored one PGA Tour victory this year. Low tip stiffness means higher trajectory, high midsection rigidity helps distance control by smoothly transferring the shaft load through impact, and a stiff butt end translates to directional control while softening feel. (modus3.us)
nVentix Golf's NUNCHUK xi shaft ($75) for irons gives you the soft feel of graphite, with plenty of consistency and accuracy. Three segments are each designed to control twist, flex and droop. (nventix.com)

Lamkin's Crossline ACE 3GEN grip ($5.99-$6.49, depending on size) blends a soft, tacky material and a high-traction surface pattern for a secure and comfortable grip. It's offered in standard, midsized and oversized. (lamkingrips.com)

PURE's comfortable DTX dual contrast/texture grip ($8.99) provides a rough cord feel and a tacky finish. Neither moisture nor sweat will erode it—just wipe it clean to restore to original condition. (puregrips.com)


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