Introducing the new PRGR EGG Series! New Driver, fairway woods, utilities, irons, and even golf balls are scheduled to release mid September. I have had demos for weeks now and have hit them we will be posting individual club reviews this and next week. Needless to say I was very impressed and know these will fit a wide segment of amateur players who prioritize distance, forgiveness and technology over all else.
PRGR has been doing the EGG series for many years known as super long, higher launching and forgiving golf clubs. PRGR as a brand really pushes the envelope when it comes to design beating to a different drum compared to other golf companies, they measure information differently and use unexpected solutions to solve problems for the player. From measuring grip speed over club head speed to using open faces on most of their clubs (measured differently) PRGR also seems to patent a lot of their technology and sometimes feature multiple patents in a single product. The parent co. of PRGR also known as Pro Gear in Japan is the Yokohama Rubber Co. They make tires, hoses, industrial materials for all types of craft. Follow the Jump to get a brief run down of of the new Egg 2017!
Pro Gears Longest Distance & Length Driver – The 2016 PRGR Super Egg Long-Spec. By combining a high rebound head that has a cor rating over 0.85 with a 46.75″ length shaft and the already super long PRGR Egg design Pro Gear is touting this as the longest driver in golf. Ready for more? Follow the Jump…
Many TSG members and customers already know that PRGR makes some incredibly forgiving and long clubs from drivers to irons and especially fairway woods. Recently PRGR has been releasing more and more non conforming clubs like their “Super” Egg Series. The models designated Super are the non conforming versions, PRGR also has conforming clubs that do not share the Super label.
The PRGR Egg’s in general have been known for years to be very long and straight fairway woods and this new model here is a high rebound stretched design with an emphasis on distance and forgiveness. Follow the Jump for more photos…
PRGR will release 2 new drivers in October both labeled Egg one is non-conforming and named Super-Egg (gold) the other conforms simply called the new egg driver (red).
It’s not often big brands release anything non-conforming yet PRGR realizes the vast majority of golfers don’t play in sanctioned events, anyhow PRGR has pushed the COR beyond 0.85 in the Super Egg. Follow the Jump for it…