HiPPO uses radical HEX design in new fairway and rescue woods.
Hippo HEX fairway woods
Hippo HEX rescue woods
HiPPO has just launched these HEX fairway and rescue woods.
Following on from the HEX driver, the new clubs share the same design characteristics and features.
The HEX woods feature a unique hexagonal shape that allows optimum weight distribution to reduce the effect of side spin and provide more energy transfer from club face to ball.
HiPPO’s Integrated Technology marries ultra light woven 3K carbon fibre radius side rails to stainless steel body and a maraging face allowing the thinnest face possible for maximum COR and distance.
The unique head shape allows for increased additional weight distribution at the rear corners to provide an extremely high Moment of Inertia (MOI) and help stabilise the club head on miss hits, ensuring straighter shots for virtually any lie.
The HEX is powered by HiPPO’s CP4 proprietary shaft utilising state of the art Quad pured technology and Mitsubishi Rayon with high modulus graphite fibre. It is available in right-hand only with stiff and regular flexes in 3 and 5 woods plus 21* and 24* rescue wood loft options.
With an MSRP of £59.99 for the fairway woods and £49.99 for the rescue woods, the HEX provides golfers with a high performance club at incredible value.
The HEX woods will be available in the UK in August 2007.