Maruman Majesty Royal-VQ Driver Review

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  • RRP £314.99

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Maruman's 2007 Driver Line-Up is finished off spectacularly by the new Majesty Royal-VQ. The Majesty Royal-VQ Driver uses its patented NanoTechnology to create this thick faced light weight driver, which performs as both long and forgiving.

This Majesty is performance-focused and contains the "High Modulus Titanium Face" same as it's cousin, the Majesty Prestigio. Whilst it may not accumulate the same attention as it's extravagant counterpart, the Royal-VQ is the choice to make this golf season.

Made with the same attention to detail and precision as all other Maruman clubs, the Royal-VQ will look and perform beyond every golfer's expectations.

Using a mixture of Nano-Tech material and its own unique titanium material called “Fullerene Titanium”, Maruman has developed its own material for their driver heads. This unique technology gives freedom to the design whilst strengthening the head of the club at the same time.

20 years of CAD designing and FEM stress analysis are used to obtain high precision of thickness of the driver head. High Modulus Toughest Titanium is used in the face. HMTT is ahrd to deform and so it allows designers to create the head with a thin face and makes the specific gravity so much lighter that Maruman has managed to make the weight 4% lighter than the Nano-Toughest Titanium.

By milling the opposite side of the face a high precision rate can be controlled on the thickness of the face.




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