ATLANTA -- U.S. Kids Golf has announced the newest series of its TOUR SERIES clubs. TOUR SERIES V clubs are designed for more advanced players and are made from the same high-tech materials as leading brand adult equipment, but at much lower prices.
TOUR SERIES V5 features a new white 460 cc titanium driver with a white matte crown and black PVD (Physical Vapor Deposition) face that aids alignment and eliminates glare.
The clubs' improved woods have additional head weight and slightly stronger shaft flex in addition to improved wedge system that incorporates the latest in high spin technology and is USGA approved. TOUR SERIES V irons feature an improved head design with optimal weight distribution to produce straighter shots.
"We are extremely excited about the TOUR SERIES V clubs," said Van Horn. "The enhancements offered will allow advanced young players to realize more of their potential."
TOUR SERIES V is offered in five sizes: for golfers 51″, 54″, 57″, 60″ and 63″ tall. Each system is designed with unique shafts and head weights to optimize the results. Players within an inch and a half of each height are in the optimal height range. TS51 and TS54 are 10% lighter than adult clubs, while TS57, TS60 and TS63 are 5% lighter than adult clubs.
U.S. Kids Golf's Ultralight line of nine unique fitting systems, introduced in 2012, has become the world's leader and features lighter weight and more flexible shafts than TOUR SERIES.
About U.S. Kids Golf
U.S. Kids Golf, LLC is based in Atlanta, Ga., and manufactures equipment and related golf products designed for kids. It was created in 1997 when Founder/CEO Dan Van Horn found that his children were losing their interest in golf due to not having the proper equipment. In addition to more than 4,000 golf shops and retail locations in the U.S., the company's products also are available in over 75 countries worldwide.
The U.S. Kids Golf Foundation, a Georgia non-profit recognized as a 501(c)(3) charity, was created in 2001 and provides services that include competition and instruction. The Foundation organizes more than 700 golf tournaments for kids each year, including Local Tours in more than 40 cities, ten Qualifiers across the nation, seven Regional Championships, a European Championship and the U.S. Kids Golf World Championship and Teen World Championship, which are held each year in Pinehurst, N.C.
In partnership with the PGA of America, the Foundation also supports the U.S. Kids Golf Family Course program, which provides guidelines that help courses make the game easier to learn and more fun for kids and their families.
For more information, call 1-888-387-5437 or visit www.uskidsgolf.com.
1-888-387-5437 ext. 108