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Bridgestone Precept EC603 Pro Iron set

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Bridgestone Precept

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Stainless Steel

• The EC603 has a classic blade profile while incorporating contemporary technology
• The EC603 Pro Spec irons are non offset to appeal to the lower handicapper
• The EC603 Pro Spec irons incorporate a dual finish combining a satin look to the tungsten insert and the high polish chrome look desired by low handicappers on the remainder of the blade
• Enhanced playability and forgiveness in this iron appeal to a broad range of skill levels
• The complimentary use of 3 very different materials in the iron construction enhances its playability and performance making it have distinct game improvement characteristics in a blade style club
• SUS431 stainless steel is a “soft” mix making loft/lie customization possible while at the same time offering the feel of forged with the durability of investment casting
• Triangular shaped, dense, heavy, Tungsten insert located on the lower reverse of the blade drops and pushes the CG (center of gravity) back from the face. This helps the ball get airborne more qui8ckly from any lie
• Elastomer compound insert embedded between the tungsten insert and the face for vibration calming, enhances even further the overall feel of this club
Bridgestone Tire Co., Ltd., currently Bridgestone Corporation, was founded in 1931 by Shojiro Ishibashi. For more than 70 years the company has been building its reputation for innovation and quality. There is a wide variety of products sold under the Bridgestone name in nearly every nation worldwide. While Bridgestone Corporation has its roots as a tire company, its experience and expertise in rubber has spread to a variety of industries, including sports. In 1972, Bridgestone Sports Co., Ltd. was founded, and it now comprises 10 marketing companies, an overseas marketing network, and manufacturing facilities throughout the world. In 1985 Bridgestone Sports (U.S.A.) established its home in Norcross, Ga., to produce golf balls for the U.S. market, and soon thereafter Bridgestone golf clubs were also distributed in the US market.

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