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Golfers, whether they're advanced or beginners, are generally pretty passionate about getting the best of the best when it comes to their clubs. There can be a lot of competition out there on the green and you certainly don't want to be left behind, which is why we've put together some of the priciest drivers out there for you to peruse. Even if you decide to stick with your tired-and-tried club, it's still fun to take a look at the more fun offerings out there.
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Honma Golf 55th Anniversary Club
In celebration of their 55th anniversary, Japanese club maker Honma Golf
has created a limited edition golf set, with 300 sets of the 3 Star category (?12,450; around $19,067) and 250 sets of the 5 Star category (?41,500; around $63,557). The club ARMRQ shafts are made of six carbon fibers that are combined evenly from 360 degree directions, apparently helping the club accommodate force from any direction and bettering your golf game. Each set includes a caddy bag and 14 clubs, including the driver, fairway woods No.3 and 5, utility No.4, irons No.5-12 and SW, and the putter.
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CHANEL Signature Golf Clubs
As one of the top brands in the world of fashion, it's so surprise that CHANEL
wanted to break into the golf realm with their set of three signature golf clubs. They probably aren't the best clubs out there in terms of precision but if you're looking for something to keep in your collection, these are a great option. For exact pricing you have to contact CHANEL directly but they may run around $795 a piece.
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Ferrari's Golf Collection
sets you up with everything you need on the green, from the bag to the shoes, but their driver is definitely the must-have. With the help from Cobra, Ferrari's driver
(which costs around $2,000) promises a faster swings and greater distance gains. The club features a titanium allow face, light weight alloy chassis with carbon fiber in the crown and sole, internal tungsten weighting, an attractive leather grip, and a Fujikura Motore Speeder shaft.
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Maruman Majesty Prestigio Super 7
Maruman's Majesty Prestigio Super 7
clubs promise a better swing, from your comfort to the ball spin and trajectory. The collection includes a driver, fairway wood, iron, and hybrid iron. If I had to pick one, it would be the driver, which features a three unit construction head. The face, crown, and sole are actually separate before they're fused together to form the finished product. According to the company, since each component is made separately, each part of the club is designed to the upmost of its ability, which helps the overall driver work to its best potential. Aside from their performance, the collection is also pretty attractive with their glittering gold finish. You can expect to pay around $2,770 for the driver alone so needless to say, it's a pretty good set to have on hand.
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Sweetwood Golf Company's Centurion Putter
Sweetwood Golf Company
specializes in unique and rare handmade clubs that have a retro flair, using hardwood to build contemporary clubs that hearken to golf's past. If you want a putter that really sets you apart from your buddies, check out the limited edition Centurion
($2,650). Made from one whole piece of 100-year-old Koa wood, the putter head features a unique combination of maple and ebony for the face and decorative striping. The neat patterns in the wood are brought out by hand polishing using shellac, bringing out the tiger-stripe like markings without damaging the wood. According to the company they've only made 24 of these putters, each numbered, taking eight weeks to complete.