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102021 Golf Asia OCTOBER 2021
This October in Golf Asia, Cleveland’s Launcher XL clubs make golf fun again for the recreational golfer; included is a new hy-wood looks and plays like a hybrid with the distance of a 3-wood. More suited to the Asian golfer, Callaway’s Epic Max Fast series is a lightweight Japanese edition for the golfer seeking more speed with less effort. Ping’s i59’s are a disruption in forged iron design, touting the ultimate in consistency with unprecedented forgiveness in a blade-style irons. And TaylorMade TP Hydro Blast putters with the White Pure Roll insert focuses on craftsmanship in seven traditionally shaped designs finished in matte metal.
We feature a hole-by-hole rundown of Whistling Straits and how the course played out in the Ryder Cup; then experience the Els Club Datai, a slick golf course with no bunkers surrounded by millions year old rainforest that is one of Malaysia’s finest in golf.
Read how Jon Rahm was fitted and equipped by Callaway with the tools to reach world number 1 and what you can learn from it.
For the peckish, Kinki pushes the boundaries and serves up creative flavour combinations and is a sassy and unconventional take on Japanese cuisine.