TaylorMade Kalea delivers max performance for the girls right through the bag

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Women of the world, join hands! TaylorMade has targeted its Kalea line – aimed specifically at women and delivered an exciting new complete set of eleven clubs designed utilising many of TaylorMade’s proven technologies to deliver meaningful performance to female players.

TaylorMade is committed to product performance and creating game-changing products designed to make golfers of all skill levels and swing types better; the introduction of Kalea continues to deliver on this commitment with the new and markedly improved offering.

With Kalea, every component has been engineered to deliver easy-to-launch performance through maximum clubhead speed. Every club in the new Kalea set has been engineered to result in optimal lengths, lofts and proper gapping.

Under the Hood of Kalea

Kalea utilises proven product technologies such as Speed Pocket technology that allows for flexibility low on the face for high launch and added forgiveness. Further, a low/back centre of gravity provides an easy to launch club with added forgiveness throughout the set.

In the metalwoods and irons, a new, softer and lighter Kalea Ultralite graphite shaft has been chosen for its softer flex and lighter overall weight, allowing for increased clubhead speed but also contributing to the set’s lighter overall build.

Kalea is comprised of the following clubs, each gripped with Lamkin’s Sonar Lite 43.5g (woods & irons) and the Lamkin Deep Etched grip (putter).

  • Driver – 12°
  • Fairway Woods – 17° (3) & 20° (5)
  • Rescue™ – 26° (#5) & 30° (#6)
  • Irons – 7 – PW & SW
  • Spider Mini Putter with Pure Roll insert

Golf bag complementing the full set of clubs is a specially designed lightweight 14-way cart bag that is available in grey/green, charcoal/blue and black/violet colourways, also a FlexTech stand bag option in grey/green.

Pricing & Availability

Available at retail beginning September 6, TaylorMade’s new Kalea golf clubs will be available to purchase at an RRP of:

Kalea Driver – €399

Kalea Fairway – €279

Kaela Rescues – €249

Kalea irons – 5-piece set for €679

Spider Mini Putter – €279

Kalea Cart Bag – €259

Rounding out the Kalea product line in 2019 is the introduction of new golf balls, a two-piece ball with a high-energy React core, soft ionomer cover and low compression (60), engineered for high trajectory, maximum distance off the tee and soft feel into the green.

Available at retail, Kalea golf balls have an RRP €25 per dozen and will be offered in white, peach and purple, with the latter two colourways featuring a UV-resistant matte finish.

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