Ben Sayers Benny RS21 hybrid

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A review of the Ben Sayers Benny RS21 hybrid

Ben Sayers RS21
Golf Monthly Verdict

A very solid club, particularly considering the price tag. The Ben Sayers Benny RS21 is not designed to offer workability but is perfect for those who need a forgiving club to replace a long iron

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Ben Sayers says the Benny RS21 boasts a clubface groove configuration fir for ‘perfect ball-to-face synergy'. Fitted with a True Temper Grafalloy shaft and Golf Pride New Decade grip.

Like the previous Benny this is very good from the tee but but is not as good from the rough.


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