RRP:    £40.00 23 November 2006
TG Rating:
3 out of 5
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Owner Rating:
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What we say...

3 out of 5

Weight technology is huge business in the golf industry. The Progen Full Bore 2.5 sports two four-gram weights in its sole, but we can’t say they made a significant difference to our performance.

Put the ‘copycat’ design aside and the Progen Full Bore is a decent shallow-faced rescue club that performs alongside the best. The short shaft makes it feel more like an iron than a fairway wood, bringing confidence to an area of the game many people struggle with.

We had no trouble getting out of tight situations with this golf club, but due to its shallow face we were not convinced about using it as a safe option from the tee. If £50 is your absolute budget to get your hands on a rescue club, you could do a lot worse than looking at the Progen.

Product Information

Womens Available No
Left Handed available No
Custom-Fit available No
Adjustability No
Forgiveness level -
Lofts -

These hybrid clubs have fixed, twin, neutral sole-weight ports for increased forgiveness that help hit higher, straighter shots.

Steel: £40 Graphite: £50
Lofts: 16°, 19°, 22°, 25°

Contact: 0113 387 7700
Web: www.progengolf.com

 

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5 out of 5

progen full bore 2.5 16 degree

By Anonymous

this is a fantastic club. i tried this in a pro shop alongside a taylor made and found no real difference other then the price. contact was solid, even with slight mishits i was still getting the 200+ range. a very good option if you dont want to start spending £100+ on this type of club.

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Progen Full Bore Hybrids Today's Golfer 2006-11-23T15:14:00.0000000 Weight technology is huge business in the golf industry. The Progen Full Bore 2.5 sports two four-gram weights in its sole, but we can’t say they made a significant difference to our performance. Put the ‘copycat’ design aside and the Progen Full Bore is a decent shallow-faced rescue club that performs alongside the best. The short shaft makes it feel more like an iron than a fairway wood, bringing confidence to an area of the game many people struggle with. We had no trouble getting out of tight situations with this golf club, but due to its shallow face we were not convinced about using it as a safe option from the tee. If £50 is your absolute budget to get your hands on a rescue club, you could do a lot worse than looking at the Progen. Weight technology is huge business in the golf industry. The Progen Full Bore 2.5 sports two four-gram weights in its sole, but we can’t say they made a significant difference to our performance. 3.05
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