What are Lynx parallax Irons?
Now a British company, Lynx has repositioned the Parallax family of clubs within its main portfolio. While renowned strokemakers Freddie Couples and Ernie Els wielded Parallax irons to Masters and US Open wins, this year’s collection boasts features and technology purposely designed for mid to higher handicap club and casual golfers.
Who makes parallax Irons?
In 2011, Surrey-based Charles Claire LLP was appointed Lynx licensee in Europe then took ownership of the brand in 2013, launching its first Parallax irons in the UK, played by Lydia Hall and Dame Laura Davies on the LET. Now in 2017, the company has completely redesigned and re-invented the Parallax brand.
Who makes Lynx golf clubs?
Riley started Lynx in the 1970s after leaving PING, where he had helped design groundbreaking cavity back irons with Karsten Solheim. In a little more than 10 years with PING, Riley helped push club-making and the game of golf in a new direction. Matt Manco is a freelance writer based in New England.
Is Lynx parallax a player’s club?
Announcing the new range, Lynx Golf ’s CEO, Steve Elford, said: “Even until the start of this year, Lynx Parallax was regarded as a player’s club – with Laura Davies and Lydia Hall both using our first UK-designed irons on the Ladies European Tour.