Following the success of its recent Black Cat irons, Lynx has now unveiled a new series of matching Black Cat woods.
The adjustable Black Cat driver, adjustable fairway woods and hybrid rescue clubs all contain new technology designed in the UK by the Surrey-based company's R&D team, and further underpins the brand's status among the most forward-thinking and innovative equipment companies in golf.
The new Lynx Black Cat driver is packed with advanced tech, including the Lynx Spin Control System – a removable and reversible weight bar which repositions weight either further forward, or further back, in the clubhead.
Clearly marked with HW/LW options, positioning the High Weight (HW) setting closer to the clubface moves the weight forwards, reducing spin and keeping the flight lower, with a more penetrating flight and control.
Positioning the Low Weight (LW) setting closer to the clubface moves more weight to the rear of club, increasing spin for a higher launch.
The 460cc two-piece titanium driver features a cup-face design with face hardening treatment applied to help generate faster ball speeds and reduced spin, while full adjustability from 9- 12 degrees is on offer and includes draw and fade bias settings for those players looking to eliminate slicing or hooking.
Lynx's Effective Energy Transfer technology sits behind the clubface and delivers an enormous sweet spot, minimising the effects of 'gearing' caused by off-centre hits.
The new Lynx Black Cat fairway wood also benefits from the Spin Control System offers golfers outstanding performance alongside full loft adjustability from 13 to 16 degrees, while complementary Black Cat hybrids are available in 3(17°) and 4 (21°) options.
All clubs are available with custom fit options and are available in black, red or blue head colours. Suggested retail prices are: Black Cat driver £239, Black Cat fairway wood £189, and Black Cat hybrids £129.
With over 650 active accounts, Lynx now boasts three permanent Demo Day staff available for both stockists and non-stockists, and they remain one of the most forward-thinking companies in golf.