Sub 70 Golf has jumped in the fray of direct-to-consumer golf clubs, and they've been making waves with the performance of the equipment with a reasonable price tag.
Now, the company is introducing a new utility iron to complement their 699 irons.
The 699U utility irons serve as a long-iron replacement for golfers who prefer the look of an iron while seeking many of the benefits found in hybrids. Like the 699 irons, the 699U have a hollow-body construction with a 431 stainless steel frame holding a 455 Carpenter steel face insert. Behind the face is a gel material used to improve ball speed and fine-tune feel and acoustics.
The 699U will be available in 17-degree 2-iron and a 19.5-degree 3-iron replacement.
If you're a golfer who has seen these and have been curious to try them, you may be put off by the idea of spending $200 on an iron-replacement club that may not work for you. With Sub 70's $99 price point for the 699U, golfers can take the plunge by purchasing direct and see if these kinds of clubs are right for them.
The Sub 70 Golf 699U utility irons are available now in steel and graphite shafts