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17 April 2019

Honma adds to its multi-layer golf ball range

HONMA Golf, the Japanese brand known for the quality of its high-end golf clubs, has introduced a new 6-piece premium golf ball as the flagship model in its latest multi-layer golf ball range. The FUTURE XX ball joins the 3-piece TW-X & D1 Plus versions,

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12 April 2019

Honma launches ‘ultimate’ irons played by Justin Rose

HONMA Golf, the premium Japanese brand chosen by leading Tour star Justin Rose, is introducing a limited edition set of irons made to his specifications for the more accomplished golfer. Called the TW-MB Rose Proto clubs, the premium forged irons mirror the precise detail of

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29 January 2019

Rose reinforces No. 1 status with new HONMA clubs

Justin Rose reinforced his status as the world’s leading golfer and saw his own Tour statistics rise in winning the Farmers Insurance Open yesterday with a majestic performance using HONMA TWorld 747 driver, irons and wedges for only the second time in competition.

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17 January 2019

Honma Golf launches premium golf ball

HONMA Golf, the premium Japanese brand that recently signed world No.1 Justin Rose to use its clubs, is introducing a new golf ball to its extensive range next month.

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2 January 2019

Honma Golf and Justin Rose agree multi-year partnership

Honma Golf, one of the most prestigious and iconic brands in the golf industry, is pleased to announce that HONMA and Justin Rose, 2018 FedEx Cup Champion, have agreed to a multi-year partnership in which Justin Rose would lead HONMA’s worldwide tour presence.

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5 November 2018

Honma launches ground-breaking TWorld747 range

HONMA Golf, the premium Japanese brand, has blended revolutionary technology with cutting-edge design to create the new HONMA TWorld747 range for the 2019 season.

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1 October 2018

HONMA 5-star set to display at British Golf Museum

HONMA Golf, the world’s most exclusive golf brand, will showcase its famous BERES 5-Star club set worth in excess of £60,000 in the British Golf Museum at St Andrews as the Old Course hosts the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship next week.

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