GT Tech Awards 2007




Bonus Winners:

Ultimate Upgrade Award: Accra AXIV Shafts
Buying an upgraded shaft is key if you want to take your game to the next level. The new AXIV series from Accra feature a unique 4-axis weave design made of an uber-secret graphite material. The result is a shaft series that has a tremendous feel while retaining a strong and uniform shape. Two ingredients every great shaft should have.

Pure Distance Award: Callaway X Hot Fairway Wood
Who said a club needs to be a driver to be long? Callaway certainly doesn’t think so. The X Hot Fairway Wood is a long-hitting driver alternative—perfect for those who want some more accuracy in their tee shots or for those who need an extra boost in trajectory. The Fujikura Bonzai shaft is a nice touch, too.

Callaway X Hot Fairway Wood

Togetherness Award: Nike Unitized Putters
The seamless integration of the putter head and shaft make the Unitized Putters a top choice among players seeking slick looks and great feel. The head is laser-welded directly to the shaft (no glue here), helping the Unitized putters to lend a remarkable feel and balance.

Nike Unitized Putters

Handshake Award: Golf Pride DD2
Colorful rubber grips? You bet. The DD2 from Golf Pride aren’t only great looking, they are also equipped with a firm core and two variations of feel and texture. The colored parties softer for enhanced feel, and the black is firmer for more control. It’s also extremely durable.

Big Stick Award: TaylorMade r7 SuperQuad
Improving on the game's most popular driver isn’t easy, but TaylorMade found a way. Stretching to 460cc and packing a walloping thump, the r7 is bigger, blacker and better than ever. The TP version is also the most popular driver on the PGA Tour.

TaylorMade r7 SuperQuad




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