Wednesday, November 7, 2012

SCOR Golf Releases Left Handed SCOR4161 Scoring Clubs

The most comprehensive re-design of scoring clubs since the invention of the sand wedge

(Victoria, TX) – SCOR Golf announced the introduction of its left handed version of the award winning SCOR4161 line of precision scoring clubs. Designed for golfers of all abilities, the innovative SCOR4161 line of scoring clubs brings revolutionary engineering and design to the short end of the set to ensure all golfers have the right tools to optimize their short range performance.

“SCOR Golf is a brand focused solely on innovative solutions to help golfers improve their performance with their high loft scoring clubs,” said Terry Koehler. “Lefty golfers have historically been ignored when it comes to the latest in golf technology. Our SCOR4161 scoring clubs represents the most comprehensive package of scoring technology ever assembled for all golfers, left-handed ones included.

“At SCOR Golf, we’ve taken a completely different approach to the scoring clubs, those over 40 degrees of loft,” explained Koehler. “Our SGC3 progressive weighting eliminates the ballooning trajectories and inconsistent distance control that haunts all golfers with their set-match short irons and conventional wedges. For the first time in golf history, every golfer can put together just the right set of precision scoring clubs that will deliver improved trajectories and better accuracy while offering optimum forgiveness. In addition, SCOR4161 delivers better spin with the new groove geometry and extraordinary feel. We know that golfers will reap the benefits through lower scores.”

The SCOR4161 line of scoring clubs is available at and at a growing number of selected golf pro shops. All sets are built on a full custom-fit, custom-built process. The suggested retail price is $139 per club.


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