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New Look Website

Welcome to Left Handed Golf’s new website. The only place where left handers are not the minority and are welcomed in with open arms. Whether it’s drivers, fairway woods, irons, wedges or putters, no matter your ability, we can almost guarantee you’ll find something on our new website that will improve your game!

Our experienced Left Handed Golf Team have hand selected a number of offers and deals that you can find on our home page, from M1 Drivers and Woods to classic Wilson Irons. These top offers are not to be missed and will not be around for long!

Alongside offers and deals you’ll also find the latest technology from all the leading brands. Callaway’s jailbreak technology has got off to a flyer in 2018 with the Rogue Driver, popular with beginners right the way through to professionals. Tiger Woods’ return to the winner’s circle was inspired by an incredible driving display with his new M3 Driver and full TaylorMade bag, a characteristic not normally associated with even a vintage Tiger Woods. Then how can you forget Patrick Reeds controversial Masters victory. One thing nobody could disagree on was the performance of his Ping G400 Driver that hit fairway after fairway in a week-long dominating display from the Georgian. All this and more are available under the Products and Manufacturers section of the new website.

We hope you enjoy the new layout of the website, our customers feedback is always valued and of course as always, please feel free to get in touch with the team if you have any questions about any of the products you find on our site. The team will be more than happy to help and have vast experience in the golf equipment industry.

Thank you for choosing Left Handed Golf as your equipment supplier, we hope to hear from you soon!

Mizuno Unveils Stunning New JPX919 Irons: Packed With Your Potential

New JPX919 Tour, Hot Metal and Forged Irons: The Next Evolution of The Hugely Successful Mizuno JPX Iron Series

 

Mizuno, the Japanese equipment manufacturer long renowned for its expertise in the manufacture of irons, has unveiled its new highly engineered JPX919 Series of irons designed to deliver exceptional performance for all types of golf swing.

 

Mizuno, founded in Osaka, Japan, in 1906, has long held an enviable industry- and tour-wide reputation for crafting the very finest irons in the game, offering golfers the ultimate blend of looks, feel and workability.

Mizuno JPX919 Tour, Hot Metal and Forged Irons

The JPX900 Series irons led a resurgence for Mizuno, with the Tour model residing in the bag of the back-to-back 2017/2018 US Open champion. Now Mizuno has unveiled the next evolution of JPX – the JPX919 Series, a highly engineered family of irons that has evolved alongside Mizuno's comprehensive custom-fitting programme to deliver exceptional performance. 

 

The new family comprises JPX919 Tour, JPX919 Hot Metal and JPX919 Forged, with each model engineered from different base materials to help enhance performance for particular swing types. The JPX919 Tour is forged from 1025E Pure Select Mild Carbon steel; the JPX919 Hot Metal is crafted from high-strength Chromoly 4140M; and the JPX919 Forged is Grain Flow Forged from Boron-infused steel. Despite their design differences, all three JPX919 irons are unmistakably Mizuno in profile and sensation through impact.

 

All JPX919 irons will be available through the Mizuno Custom Programme, which offers one of the widest selections of no upcharge shafts and grips in the industry. As a Mizuno Performance Centre, we are able to provide a comprehensive range of custom fitting options using the Mizuno Shaft Optimizer and high-tech Swing DNA software to pinpoint each customer’s best-performing specifications.

 

Mizuno has strived to “create the best products for consumers” for 112 years, and the entire JPX919 iron family adheres firmly to that original spirit and desire, while offering the best performance benefits that modern technology can bring. #nothingfeelslikeamizuno

Titleist TS Metals on Tour
It began with a challenge from the game’s greatest players. A mission to solicit speed from every detail of the driver, embarked on by a collection of uniquely-gifted R&D minds. The TS Project is a peerless pursuit of speed where every micron and milligram matter. Two letters that mark the way to the future of Titleist Speed.

Available for Custom Fitting at Silvermere: Now

Available in golf shops: 28th September

Straight. Speed.

Explosive distance across the face and maximum forgiveness. Offers adjustable swingweight, with low & deep CG

Specialised. Speed.

Speed-tuned distance and dynamic forgiveness. Offers adjustable swingweight with SureFit CG.

The new TS Metals offer two distinct designs that bring more speed to your game. TS2 lets you swing aggressive with maximum forgiveness across the face, while TS3 offers an adjustable sweet spot for speed-tuned performance. Following the breakthrough introduction of new Titleist TS drivers at the U.S. Open at Shinnecock Hills, the future of “Titleist Speed” has earned overwhelming validation from tour players around the world:
 
• More than 150 players are now playing new TS drivers and fairways, including Justin Thomas, who earned his first World Golf Championships title with a four-shot victory at Firestone, crediting the performance gains of his TS3 9.5º driver and TS3 15º fairway.
 
Justin Thomas on new TS metals: “The new TS driver was instantly faster off the club and I was able to get a few more yards carry when needed. More importantly for me, my spin numbers were more consistent therefore it has helped me drive the ball much better. The fairway metal too has gone up in spin to give me control and can easily fly it 280-285 off the tee if needed. Which is such a great asset and club to have.”
 
Titleist Tour Rep J.J. VanWezenbeeck: “JT was one of the early testers in the development of the TS. He was excited from the get-go and provided feedback throughout the development process. During a fitting in May prior to The PLAYERS, we found the TS3 9.5º gave him better ball speeds, with excellent launch to spin ratio, and preferred sound, feel, and look. He practiced with it over the next few weeks and put in at the U.S. Open, the first week it was available for competition. At the Open Championship, Justin had his shaft shortened a 1/8” to help with centering the hit and maximizing control with the higher ball speeds seen with TS.”
 
• Thomas was one of 17 players who put the new TS drivers immediately in play at the U.S. Open, an unprecedented shift for the week of a major championship.
 
Among the long list of players who have also added TS metals to their bags: Adam Scott (TS3 10.5º), Bill Haas (TS2 9.5º, 15º, 18º), Jimmy Walker (TS3 8.5º, 13.5º), Brian Harman (TS2 9.5º, 13.5º, 18º), Cameron Smith (TS2 9.5º, 15º), Byeong-Hun An (TS3 9.5º), Charley Hoffman (TS3 9.5º), Ian Poulter (TS3 9.5º), Rafa Cabrera Bello (TS3 9.5º), Webb Simpson (TS3 10.5º), Chesson Hadley (TS2 10.5º, TS3 16.5º), Peter Uihlein (TS3 9.5º, TS2 15º) and Patton Kizzire (TS3 10.5º).
 
 
• In June, Michael Kim (TS2 10.5º) became the first player to post a victory with the new Titleist TS driver, winning the John Deere Classic by a record eight shots. For the tournament, Kim averaged five yards more off the tee (294.8) and was nearly 30 percentage points (82.14%) higher in Driving Accuracy compared to his 2017-18 season averages.
 
“It’s pretty unusual for me to make an equipment change in the middle of the season, but I knew the TS2 was going in the bag after only about five swings,” Kim said. “I was instantly hitting it further and straighter, and my ball speed numbers on those little heel and toe mis-hits were just so consistent.”
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