20 March 2008 Last Updated: 27 June 2013

By TG Senior Equipment Editor, Sean Ramsdale

One of the most striking new golf drivers we've seen is the new Lynx Black Cat Tour driver from Lynx.

A bold yellow stripe to the Lynx Black Cat driver  head makes this stand out in a big way! The head features an innovative multi-material design and unique head shape for high MOI. 

The shape of the the titanium Lynx Black Cat Tour driver and the multi-step sole plate redistributes the weight lower, deeper and further back in the club head to make the lowest centre of gravity in a driver Lynx has ever produced. This lower COG promotes optimised launch conditions for a better ball flight and more distance.

The shape and distribution of weight of the Lynx Black Cat driver has been designed for workability and shot control. A fixed screw weight in the rear heel adds to this making the Lynx Black Cat Tour much harder to slice.

With a quality Aldila VS Proto 65g shaft as standard (In regular and stiff) and New Decade Multi Compound grip this is a unique looking but impressive driver made with top quality components. 

The Lynx Black Cat Tour will cost £149 and be available from the end of March. For more info visit www.lynx-golf.com

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