Benross Delta X hybrids deliver power, speed and distance, but are sold at an affordable price tag. How good are these value rescue clubs?
The hybrids are part of a Delta X series that also includes a driver, fairway woods and irons, feature a stability bar, a deep sole design – which has allowed the centre of gravity to be optimised and sweet spot alignment.
In this article, we take a look at the benefits of the Delta X hybrids and review just how good they are. Do they suit high handicappers or are they suited to more elite level players?
What Benross says about the Delta X hybrids:
“The new Delta X range delivers reliable power and impressive distance, so if you’ve got a fast swing speed this progressive range is a must-try.
“The Stability Bar on the sole of the club ensures maximum energy is transferred through the centre of the club. This will generate power where it is needed the most to help you get greater distance performance.
“The Deep Sole and Optimised CG Position minimises unwanted turf interaction and promotes pure strikes from the fairway and tricky lies. It’s also weighted towards the back of the sole, to provide optimum CG position for increased forgiveness.
“The CT-Face Design impressive feature boosts ball speeds across the face by utilising variable face thickness. and the newly designed alignment features on the crown provide confidence at address for greater accuracy and quicker game improvement.”
Benross Delta X Hybrids Specs & Design
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