Hippo completes HEX line-up

Utilities, hollow heads and undercut cavities combine in value brand Hippo’s new progressive HEX irons – labelled by the brand as the most forgiving they’ve ever built.
Troublesome long irons (4 & 5) disappear in favour of utility metals which share the familiar HEX headshape – designed to promote effective weight distribution in the rear corners of the clubhead to maximise MOI. These long iron equivalents feature Hippo’s CP4 proprietary shaft, the same shaft as the Hex driver.
The hybrid mid irons (6 & 7) feature a hollow iron design to lower the COG and optimise the launch conditions for extra carry.
Meanwhile the 8-SW show an undercut cavity allied to a wide sole to lower the COG for better launch conditions and improved ball flight. The cavity is designed to promote forgiveness while maintaining the workability of traditional pitching clubs.
Hex irons are available in the UK from March 2008 and are available in graphite/steel 4-SW (RRP £179.99) and graphite/graphite 4-SW shaft options (RRP £199.99).