The Bentley BD1 Driver is a fusion of traditional styling and cutting edge technology.
The Bentley BD1 has a premium forged titanium body coupled with an ultra thin crown resulting in a lower centre of gravity. No paint is needed on the head as it is fully hand polished.
The Bentley Woods range come with a graphite shaft using the finest Japanese materials, painstakingly designed specifically for the Bentley Range.
The adjustable weight system is placed low to the rear of the sole, producing a high launching, low spinning drive; perfect for adding distance in both carry and roll, while also negating sidespin.
On course with the BD1 you will experience a golf club working in complete unison between the head and the shaft producing impressive controllable distance.
Loft: 9.5, 10.5, 12
Length: Men 45” Ladies 44”
Grip: Bentley medallion
Shaft: Proprietary 40T multidirectional layer graphite shaft.
The shaft flex is signified by the number below the Bentley logo on the shaft:
1 = Lite / Ladies
2 = Regular/Strong Regular
3 = Stiff/X Stiff
Shaft upgrade type 2: The Proprietary 46T* Graphite, SST Pured shaft, is a lighter shaft designed for lower ball flights with reduced spin rates. The shaft is made up of a mixture of 30T-46T* multidirectional graphite layers coupled with a reinforced 4 axiv material in the butt section for extra stability. Once fitted for this shaft, you will experience increased distance and accuracy on the course.
Shaft upgrade type 3: The Proprietary 65T* Graphite, SST Pured shaft has been designed for golfers with slower swing speeds. The ultra-lightweight shaft is constructed from a mix of 40T-65T* multidirectional graphite layers, including reinforced 4 axis material on the outer layers of the Butt section and running down the core of the shaft for ultimate stability. On course, you will experience a larger kick sensation for an explosive impact, offering a higher ball flight and unrivalled distance.
*Shaft Tonnage Definition: All graphite shafts are created with carbon fibers that are weaved together, and these fibers are measured by their modulus of elasticity in tension. Standard golf shafts are anything up to 24T, the measurement of tensile strength. As the tensile strength increases, the carbon weaves become denser, and more rigid, and return quickly to their original shape. The flex & rebound of the shaft becomes more predictable, enabling you to hit more consistent shots with greater accuracy.
NOTICE: Normal golf usage will eventually alter the Piano Black finish on the golf club.