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Golf Australia Express : October 2013 - United Colours of Golf
A NEW LEGACY BEGINS... N OW BEFORE you tell us 'black isn't a colour', we are aware. But we just couldn't help ourselves this month from bringing you the latest release from Callaway. As you already know, Legacy is Callaway's uber-premium, fancy- pants, super-dooper range of clubs, with a price tag to match. And if you've ever picked up a Legacy club, you'd be forgiven for thinking it belongs more in a frame on your wall than in your bag. But for those of you who believe in nothing but the best—including premium grips and shafts—the new Legacy Black range will be right up your alley. Designed with direct input from legendary clubmaker Roger Cleveland, the Legacy Black Irons ($289 per iron) are built with fine Japanese forged steel. The Legacy Platinum Driver [$999] is the jewel of the newest Legacy line. It combines two kinds of Physical Vapor Deposition finish—black on the crown and rainbow on the sole. Hang on, rainbow sole? Looks like it fits into our United Colours of Golf Issue after all. OTG Turning