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Golf Australia Express : Issue 7
CUTTING WEDGE Haven’t heard of Honma Beres? This Japanese company produces some of the finest products in golf. The W103 Wedge is no exception. Made from two distinct materials designed for optimum performance, you’ll generate some real zip with this bad boy. Finished in nickel chrome, it also looks shot hot. honmagolf.co.jp GIFT THE BIG IN JAPAN BAG IT UP The Mizuno 9-inch Staff Tour bag is one of the better looking bags on tour. It’s lightweight, has a compact rainhood with a drink compartment. If you wanna look like a pro, don’t bag this little number. $399; mizuno.com WHAT TO BUY FOR THE GOLFER IN YOUR FAMILY HANDY GLOVEWORK Srixon’s glove for all-weather conditions, the aptly-named Srixon All Weather Glove is made with durable microfibre—the best stuff for keeping your palms dry. As exciting as a golf glove can get...we think. $14; srixon-worldwide.com BLADE RUNNER Japanese manufacturer PRGR has designed one schmick-looking blade putter with its new Silver Blade 11s—a quality addition to your bag. Its bright silver finish resembles the quality of a traditional Japanese sword. (See, we’re trying! OK, we’ll cut it out now.) prgr-golf.com DIMPLE AS THAT The popular B330-RX was the first Bridgestone Tour performance series ball designed for amateur swing speeds less than 105 MPH. $59; bridgestonegolf.com