Powerbilt Air Foil hybrid

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A review of the Powerbilt Air Foil hybrid

Powerbuilt Air Foil
Golf Monthly Verdict

A sharp top edge gives the impression that there is plenty of loft on the Powerbilt Air Foil, encouraging players to make a committed swing. The flight was solid and seemed to hold its line, even on slight misses.

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Powerbilt claims the Powerbilt Air Foil hybrid features the thinnest clubface in golf, allowing for maximum trampoline effect. with a clubhead powered by pressurised nitrogen.

The head design gives the impression of masses of loft and the head sat pointing left of the target at address.

W: powerbuilt.com

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