The new XXIO X lineup is designed with a “deep, straight face” that is easy to hold and a “slow hitting sound with short reverberation” preferred by users with high head speeds, in accordance with the preferences of target users.
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, realize the ideal top “flying power position” where the cock accumulates deeply and stably, enabling faster and more accurate impact.
Weight Plus Technology ( 6g for XXIO X )
“The WEIGHT PLUS (weight plus) technology, to concentrate the weight in hand of the golf club, is possible to reduce the force to support the head at the time of take-back, it is the technology to create the ideal top positions. Shaft weight of a conventional model By embedding a newly developed “silicon rubber bush” with a weight that is covered with silicone rubber in the grip end of the club, the top of the cock has accumulated deeply and stably from the start of the swing by applying the lever principle. Guide the backswing as determined by
Flat Cup Face
Reinforced resilience performance with “Flat Cup Face”. By making the center of the face thinner and larger than the previous model, the high initial speed area near the center of the XXIO Eleven is 72% larger than the previous model. A significant increase in flight distance has been achieved.
Carbon Composite Structure
With the “carbon composite structure”, a free weight generated by combining a carbon material with low specific gravity on the sole is placed at the rear, increasing the moment of inertia and realizing a large sweet area.