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Golf Australia Express : Issue 5
WEDGE FACE-OFF TaylorMade’s XFT is the Joan Rivers of wedges—when it gets old you simply change its face. A forged-face insert with CNC-milled grooves fits within the clubhead to promote an incredibly soft feel—a side the American comedian rarely shows. $139; taylormadegolf.com WATCH YOURSELF You won’t be late for that next shotgun start with the special edition wristwatch. Swiss made, gold plated with a 13-jewel quartz movement, if this sporty timepiece is good enough for Rory, it’s good enough for us. And remember, golf’s all about timing. $2499; au.oakley.com WET SMART Mizuno’s has a “fine gauge softshell fabric for low noise”. Guess that means it’s suitable to wear at the library, too? Its fully taped seams keep the wind and rain out, which is a good quality to have in a rain jacket. And detachable sleeves will help you play your vest round yet. $299; mizuno.com.au/golf WHAT TO BUY FOR THE GOLFER IN YOUR FAMILY GIFT THE WIND-CHEATER Krank Golf’s long drive team, winners of the 2010 RE/MAX World Long Drive Championship, endorse the Dixon Wind golf ball as the longest golf ball they’ve hit. Dixon Golf created the world’s first high-performance eco-friendly golf balls. $29; dixongolf.com.au WORTHY ITEMS WEIGHT FOR IT The SKLZ Swing Accelerator is a weighted training aid supposed to improve distance and accuracy. How? We don’t quite know but it seems to get good reviews. $120; sklz.com These W-themed items are sure to help you with your game