Have you ever heard of the Morsh Golf 2 Wood? Until recently neither had I. I received my Morsh 2 wood not too long and I immediately thought that my reader would be interested in knowing who Morsh Golf is, and what the Morsh 2 Wood is. Now, this is not a product review. I will be doing one at a later date so stay tuned.
Morsh Golf was established in 2015 by Žiga Mlakar from Slovenia. Žiga had been playing golf for about 10 years when he came up with the idea of providing a product that would help amateur golfers to hit longer shots when they cannot find sufficient accuracy with the driver. Žiga noticed that many amateur golfers weren’t even carrying drivers in their bags. So he came up with the Morsh Golf 2 Wood.
According to Žiga Mlakar “In golf, the precision of the tee shots is incredibly important, but so is their length. The simple fact is that greater distance and accuracy grants us a better starting position for the next shot. This also presents the greatest challenge – the further we want to hit, the less accurate we are, mostly due to the difficulty of using the driver. Drivers are designed to maximize distance but do so at a high potential loss of accuracy. With the use of a slightly modified club, however, we could achieve a much improved accuracy at only a minimal cost to distance.”
This is what the Morsh 2 Wood is designed to do. Provide more control without losing too much distance.
2 wood specifications –
The club head is made out of stainless steel measuring 190cc, 205g
– The shaft is graphite with low bend point/flex point so the ball trajectory is high enough.
– Available stiffness is Regular, Stiff and X-stiff. The club is 44” or 43,5” long and has D2 swing weight.
– The grip is 45g regular thickness.
The overall benefits of the Morsh 2 Wood are better accuracy than with a driver with minimum loss of distance. Nice distance from the fairway with only 10 degrees of loft and a better feel.
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