Testers Wished: Haywood Golf Golf equipment

About Haywood Golf

Based in Vancouver, British Columbia, in 2018, Haywood Golf is a comparatively new addition to the direct-to-consumer market. Nevertheless, they’ve made a concerted effort to distinguish themselves by providing a number of becoming areas worldwide. All of their golf equipment are assembled in Canada.

With a transfer to a brand new and greater location within the Vancouver space, Haywood appears to be like to develop on its current lineup, which already features a multi-material driver and fairway wooden, together with a newly launched hybrid. In addition they have 4 totally different iron fashions, a driving iron, wedges and two totally different putter fashions (one mallet and one blade).

Impressively, all Haywood golf golf equipment are additionally out there in right- and left-handed choices. Is smart since Canada has probably the most lefty golfers on this planet per capita!

With so many DTC manufacturers out there, Haywood separates itself by providing extra becoming location choices and particular runs of copper and black nitride end golf equipment, together with extraordinarily aggressive costs and a ton of choices to suit your recreation.

What’s being examined?

For this testing alternative, we could have 4 lucky golfers check, assessment and hold a full set of the Haywood cavity-back/muscle-back combo irons. With 4 break up set choices and full CB or MB, Haywood is introducing their first cast-iron utilizing 1020 carbon metal, which is “100% milled, permitting for the tightest weight and membership measurement tolerances within the business.”

Sounds fairly good, doesn’t it?

Chosen testers shall be supplied a digital becoming with Haywood Golf. This can support in getting the very best set attainable for them as a part of the testing expertise.

Need to be a tester?

*Should be a registered MyGolfSpy Discussion board member to be chosen for Haywood Golf golf equipment.

*Open to golfers worldwide.

*Registration closes Feb 28.

*Testers introduced March 5 on the Discussion board.

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