KZG's VC-420 driver for better players

VC-420 Driver from KZG
Courtesy of KZG
The VC-420 Driver features a forged beta titanium face plate featuring an ultra-fine microstructure to help produce greater ball speed.
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Series: Golf Buzz

Published: Tuesday, September 04, 2012 | 7:46 p.m.

Designed for maximum ball speed, penetrating trajectory and workability, the VC-420 Driver from KZG was created for the better player seeking performance and value.

"Clubs are not a one-size-fits-all proposition," said KZG President Jennifer King. "Every player's swing is unique and that is why KZG now offers eight different driver models with a myriad of shaft options. The VC-420 is designed specifically for the better player who prefers a smaller clubhead that gives a lower, boring trajectory."

The VC-420 Driver features a forged beta titanium face plate featuring an ultra-fine microstructure where the grain in the metal is smaller and more tightly packed than other lesser grades of titanium. This results in greater ball speed and enhanced workability, and it delivers a dense sound and solid feel.

The clubhead is vacuum-cast forged titanium (hence the VC in the name), which KZG describes as a costly method of manufacturing that assures greater durability and quality control. With its smaller 420cc head and aerodynamic shape, the VC-420 imparts less wind resistance for greater swing speed, and its minimal face progression and square face angles are designed for better players.

The head comes with a matte black finish, and the VC-420, like all KZG drivers, is custom fit and available with numerous shaft options. Retail pricing depends on the options selected, with the suggested retail price starting at $399.

For more information, visit www.kzgolf.com.

 

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