Spring Specials

From customizable balls to adjustable drivers and funky grips, Charlie Schroeder picks 10 of his favourite new releases

Cobra AMP Cell

Cobra AMP CellGolfers who want to add some Rickie Fowler-like swagger to their tee shots should consider Cobra’s AMP Cell driver lineup, including the new limited edition Green version (HK$2,900). The clubs’ lofts can be adjusted to six different settings while the sole's SmartPad, a stationary bulge shaped to square the face at address, remains fixed regardless of the loft setting. One clubhead for up to six lofts (8.5°/9.5°/9.5° Draw, 10.5°/10.5° Draw, 11.5°) with a Fujikura Fuel graphite shaft. www.cobragolf.com

Titleist 712U

As played by 2013 Masters champ, Adam Scott, the Titleist 712U utility iron (HK$1,825-2,010) is a long-iron alternative for players who crave the forgiveness of a hybrid and the shot control of an iron. Designed with a high CG and MOI and a wider, camber sole design that makes it easy to cut through the turf and play shots with a wide variety of trajectories. Scott plays the 2-iron version, but there are 3- and 4-iron versions too. Comes in steel and graphite shafts. Available for customer order from the 15th of May. www.titleist.com

Titleist 712U utility iron