Why Benross Is The Perfect Choice For Golfers Seeking Top Quality Equipment Without The Hefty Price Tag

In the eye-catching new Delta XT and Aero XF ranges, Benross has stayed true to its promise of delivering high quality gear at an affordable price

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If the Masters hasn’t inspired you to dust off your clubs and get out on the course, we’re not sure what will. This is when many of us start to play more regularly, especially those who took a winter break, which means that it’s often a busy period for retailers, with lots of golfers looking to invest in new equipment. 

If you’ve already had a browse of the market, it probably won’t have escaped your attention that the cost of the latest equipment has increased – in some cases quite significantly. However, there are more affordable options out there – and you can still find equipment that is packed with game-changing technology that doesn’t come with a hefty price tag.

Benross has recently introduced two innovative new models – Delta XT and Aero XF. This is a brand that was launched over 25 years ago with a simple goal: to produce top quality golf equipment without the prohibitive price tag. These latest models are the brand’s most technically advanced clubs to date. Together with the BR Pro range, Benross has every level of golfer covered.

Delta XT

Benross Delta XT driver

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The new Delta XT driver and fairway woods are built for high speed and forgiveness. The driver has a 2-piece construction, high-speed design. Combined with a newly designed Aero Crown, a Speed Slot and Fast Face Technology, it delivers exceptional speed through the golf swing. 

Meanwhile, a fully adjustable Dual Cog Hosel allows golfers to change the club head loft +/- 2 degrees without altering the face angle, and sliding rear weight ports help players to optimise shop shapes and increase MOI for more forgiveness. In short, you can really dial these clubs in and give your long game a serious boost. 

The Delta XT driver and Delta XT fairways are exclusively available at American Golf from £229 and £149, respectively, with a premium Fujikura Ventus 6 shaft. 

The Delta XT irons are also very easy on the eye – and wallet friendly. They feature a hollow body 2-piece construction with a thinner (C455) face to improve ball speeds and a fixed toe weight port to improve forgiveness across the whole face. This is something you’ll notice immediately on those occasions where you don’t quite find the centre of the face – mishits aren’t punished so severely. 

Benross Delta XT irons

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Despite the refined profile shape (they ooze shelf appeal), this set should tick a lot of boxes for a wide range of golfers. 

The Delta XT irons are exclusively available at American Golf from £499 (5-GW) steel or £599 (5-GW) graphite with custom fitting available in store and online. 

Aero XF

Benross Aero XF driver

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For golfers prioritising extra distance – perhaps you’re not a player who can generate as much swing speed  – there’s the Aero XF. The driver packs a serious punch, courtesy of a newly designed aero crown, while a Speed Slot, which sits low directly behind the face, maximises ball speed.

In addition, the new Aero XF driver features a fixed rear weight port and ID Chamber with heel weighting that results in an increase in MOI to promote maximum forgiveness and accuracy. It’s another serious package, made even more attractive given that it comes with a premium Fujikura Ventus lightweight shaft (regular or stiff) and a price tag of just £179, with custom fitting available with American Golf in store and online.

For golfers who have recently taken up the game, and/or high handicap players, the new Aero XF irons are also well worth considering. This game improvement set has been constructed using 431 stainless steel which goes through a vacuum heat treatment process to produce a better sound and feel on every shot.

"The progressive topline should help give golfers the confidence they need when they are standing over the ball to deliver a solid strike"

The progressive topline should help give golfers the confidence they need when they are standing over the ball to deliver a solid strike. With increased weight in the sole and toe, players should also find these irons easy to launch, and they offer ample forgiveness. 

The Aero XF irons are priced at £369 (6-SW) steel or £429 (6-SW) graphite exclusively at American Golf with custom fitting available in store and online.

So, if you have recently got your clubs back out of the garage, and you’re not entirely happy with your equipment, this is the perfect time to strengthen your line-up. With Benross, you’ll find exactly what you need – and it’s not going to break the bank. 

Michael Weston
Contributing editor

Michael has been with Golf Monthly since 2008. As a multimedia journalist, he has also worked for The Football Association, where he created content to support the men's European Championships, The FA Cup, London 2012, and FA Women's Super League. As content editor at Foremost Golf, Michael worked closely with golf's biggest equipment manufacturers, and has developed an in-depth knowledge of this side of the industry. He's now a regular contributor, covering instruction, equipment and feature content. Michael has interviewed many of the game's biggest stars, including six world number ones, and has attended and reported on many Major Championships and Ryder Cups. He's a member of Formby Golf Club.