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    Golf is great. Lugging golf clubs around isn’t. So wouldn’t it be amazing if there was an all-in-one club that could do the work of an entire heap of drivers, wedges and putters. There is and it’s called the Divnick Adjustable Golf Club.

    More impressive than Tiger Woods’ social life and John Daly’s dress sense combined, this ingenious club adjusts to 33 different loft angles, enabling you to carry more than twice the number of allowable clubs in one hand, on one club. How? A nifty gear system tilts the club head in half-loft increments, allowing you to choose from five putters, two drivers, three fairway ‘woods’, 14 irons, or eight wedges with the simple twist of a dial.

    Ideal for travelling golfers, the super-sturdy Divnick is telescopic, retracting to a suitcase friendly 17”. Additional baggage fees? Not any more. It even comes in left and right-handed versions. Time to fire your caddie/lackey? Quite possibly.

    The 38.5" version:
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    Adjust the length

    ‘But what about its actual performance?’ we hear you ask as you iron your garish slacks in anticipation. Well, believe it or not, the Divnick is actually 21% more accurate than a conventional club. The science behind this is beyond us but it’s got something to do with less shaft torque, meaning the club head is delivered to the ball more squarely. Impressive? You’ll be the envy of the fairway, especially when you toodle home sans the enormous set of clubs.

    Nylon Carry Case

    Nylon carry case

    You even get a nylon carry case that can be used as a bum bag/ball holder during play (no sniggering at the back) and accommodates your retracted Divnick after the game.

    Obviously any club as radical as the Divnick takes some getting used to. It’s not as heavy as a standard putter and it can’t hit as far as a regular driver. But those are minor niggles considering you can take it virtually anywhere you fancy. Anyone for golf?

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    Product info

    Close up

    Lines are odd lofts, spaces are even

    Golf is great. Lugging golf clubs around isn’t. So wouldn’t it be amazing if there was an all-in-one club that could do the work of an entire heap of drivers, wedges and putters. There is and it’s called the Divnick Adjustable Golf Club.

    More impressive than Tiger Woods’ social life and John Daly’s dress sense combined, this ingenious club adjusts to 33 different loft angles, enabling you to carry more than twice the number of allowable clubs in one hand, on one club. How? A nifty gear system tilts the club head in half-loft increments, allowing you to choose from five putters, two drivers, three fairway ‘woods’, 14 irons, or eight wedges with the simple twist of a dial.

    Ideal for travelling golfers, the super-sturdy Divnick is telescopic, retracting to a suitcase friendly 17”. Additional baggage fees? Not any more. It even comes in left and right-handed versions. Time to fire your caddie/lackey? Quite possibly.

    The 38.5" version:
    Showing the length changing

    Adjust the length

    ‘But what about its actual performance?’ we hear you ask as you iron your garish slacks in anticipation. Well, believe it or not, the Divnick is actually 21% more accurate than a conventional club. The science behind this is beyond us but it’s got something to do with less shaft torque, meaning the club head is delivered to the ball more squarely. Impressive? You’ll be the envy of the fairway, especially when you toodle home sans the enormous set of clubs.

    Nylon Carry Case

    Nylon carry case

    You even get a nylon carry case that can be used as a bum bag/ball holder during play (no sniggering at the back) and accommodates your retracted Divnick after the game.

    Obviously any club as radical as the Divnick takes some getting used to. It’s not as heavy as a standard putter and it can’t hit as far as a regular driver. But those are minor niggles considering you can take it virtually anywhere you fancy. Anyone for golf?