XXIO 11 MRH Iron Set Steel
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Experience the difference with XXIO Eleven Irons. Offering additional forgiveness and speed, XXIO Eleven Irons feature a double undercut cavity that dramatically increases flexibility on contact for explosive ball speed on every iron shot.
Dunlop’s Flying Technology
Dunlop’s flying technology on the XXIO golf club goes beyond improving the resilience performance of the head. In order to realize a unique “how to fly” that maximizes the power of golfers, in recent years it has evolved through research and development into the swing area, but this 11th generation model focused on “ Top of swing. The newly developed “WEIGHT PLUS” technology, a unique technology, realizes the ideal top “flying power position” where the cock accumulates deeply and stably. Enable faster and more accurate impact. As a result, XXIO Eleven has achieved an average flight distance increase of 3.3 yards compared to the previous work
Weight Plus Technology
“WEIGHT PLUS” technology is a technology that creates an ideal top position by concentrating weight on the hand of the golf club and reducing the force that supports the head during takeback. In the carbon shaft model, the weight of the shaft is lighter than in the conventional model, and this weight is collected at the butt end of the grip rubber part, so that the cock accumulates from the start of the swing by applying the lever principle and the back is determined to be a deep and stable top Induce a swing
“XXIO Eleven” is a newly developed “TWIN GROOVE” that utilizes the flexure of the body to achieve a stable and large flight distance. Inside the back face, in addition to the conventional groove, a groove about twice as deep is placed, and the resilience performance of the entire face is enhanced by increasing the deflection of the sole during impact. The head adopts a “newly developed 4-piece structure”, and the degree of freedom of design such as “TWIN GROOVE” and the position of the center of gravity is improved by separating the main body of the body and the face receiving part.