Royal Collection cvXer UT

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cvXer UT

Royal Collection cvXer UT
Golf Monthly Verdict

Unlike the majority of modern utilities, Royal Collection has opted for square lines and a strong all-black view at address. The result is that it feels hard to hit, almost like a straight-faced long iron. To its credit however, the forgiveness levels are good enough to attract mid-handicappers while better players will enjoy the piercing ball flight.

The combination of a square face and compact head should make this a popular choice for the better player. However, by moving the centre of gravity deeper in the head and increasing the size of the sweetspot, this utility should have a broader appeal too.

Alex Narey
Alex Narey

Alex began his journalism career in regional newspapers in 2001 and moved to the Press Association four years later. He spent three years working at Dennis Publishing before first joining Golf Monthly, where he was on the staff from 2008 to 2015 as the brand's managing editor, overseeing the day-to-day running of our award-winning magazine while also contributing across various digital platforms. A specialist in news and feature content, he has interviewed many of the world's top golfers and returns to Golf Monthly after a three-year stint working on the Daily Telegraph's sports desk. His current role is diverse as he undertakes a number of duties, from managing creative solutions campaigns in both digital and print to writing long-form features for the magazine. Alex has enjoyed a life-long passion for golf and currently plays to a handicap of 13 at Tylney Park Golf Club in Hampshire.