It’s no secret, really: Italians know a thing or two about style and performance, which probably explains the latest collaboration between Ferrari and Cobra Puma Golf, a subsidiary of German athletic clothing manufacturer, Puma. The famed Italian automaker will be launching an exclusive line of luxury golf equipment on July 1 — and we figure, if you’re already driving your 458 Italia down to the course, why not supplement your wheels and your game with an equally stunning set of clubs from Ferrari?
Suffice it to say, the Ferrari Golf Collection is more than just the iconic prancing horse slapped across various pieces of equipment. The entire collection has been thoroughly developed and pieced together through the collaborative efforts of Ferrari aerodynamic engineers and Cobra Puma Golf engineers, all of whom make use of premium quality materials to deliver the utmost in style and performance.
While the Ferrari Golf Collection consists of various equipment, apparel, accessories, and footwear, the pièce de résistance has to be the Ferrari driver. “The Ferrari Golf Collection Driver is a work of art,” said Tom Preece, Vice President of Research and Development at Cobra Puma Golf. “We worked with Ferrari engineers to create a truly impressive driver that reduces drag and delivers fast club head speed. This results in maximized distance in a beautiful driver. To add to the allure, the driver features a hand-stitched leather grip, a headcover made from genuine Ferrari leather, a premium Fujikura Motore Speeder Shaft and it is packaged up in a luxurious Ferrari Golf Collection Driver display box.”
Although pricing has yet to be made available, we expect this collection — driver and all — to carry a very Ferrari-like price tag.
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