Dunlop DP1


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The Hybrids Test 2014: Dunlop DP1

Cost: £64.99

Tech: Unique rails and V-shaped concavity on the sole allow the club to slice through the rough whilst maintaining club speed.

What we said… James Ridyard: “The head is compact but rounded, like an old 5 or 7-wood design. It’s easy to align thanks to stripe, but the textured finish is off putting.” Joel Tadman: “Would be better if the arrow on the crown pointed towards the target. A lot going on on top but it felt ok and was easy enough to control.” Peter Ward: “Struggled to get significant distance, shots I thought I hit well dropped short of where I was expecting.” Ross Nichols: “It felt solid from the middle with a high flight. You really know about the bad ones. Not long enough from heel-to-toe for me.”

Pros: Versatile shape with a decent feel.

Cons: Unusual finish and lacks distance.

The numbers: Distance consistency: 9 Dispersion: 8 Looks: 5.5 Feel: 6 Forgiveness: 6 Versatility: 7.5

TG Rating: 7/10

Details: Lofts: 21° only. Contact:

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