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Golf Australia Express : Issue 15
GIFT THE RESCUE ME! TaylorMade calls it a rescue, but the rest of us will stick with hybrid. And latest hybrid from the TM folks—the Rescue 11 TP—looks as good as any they’ve produced. An adjustable face allows you to alter its loft pre-game while it’s white head and black face are in tune with current golf fashion. $285; taylormade.com.au THE ANSWER? Ping continues its long tradition of classically designed putters with its Karsten 1959 Anser 2. This flatstick will appeal to those who prefer a traditional looking blade. And it could well be the answer to your putting woes—just depends on the question. ping.com SPIN DOCTOR Shooting low requires a sound short game., and Mizuno reckons its MP- R12 wedges offer tons of spin around the green. So whether you’re pitching, chipping, lobbing or blasting, these babies are sure to impress. But it’s still BYO technique. $160; mizuno.com JOIN THE CLUB 5 STICKS WORTH CONSIDERING HOT IRONS ‘C’ stands for control when it comes to the redesigned Wilson Staff Ci9 iron. A player’s club look in a midsize head combines classic iron design with maximum playability. Whether you are a better player or an improving one, you’ll be stoked with a set of these. 4-PW $693; wilsonstaff.com FLYING HIGH There’s nothing plain about the Speedline F11 driver. Pure sound, clean lines and damn long. This beauty will have you flying around the course. Available in a range of lofts, too. $370; adamsgolf.com