AMT Black is the middle weight option in the new AMT range and delivers a mid-high trajectory and spin. Featuring Ascending Mass Technology, AMT Black gets progressively heavier as golfers move from their long irons to short irons. This allows for increased speed and launch from the lightweight long irons and superior control and precision from the mid-weight scoring clubs. AMT Black ascends in 3-gram increments throughout the set from 4-iron through wedge and is perfect for the player that loves the idea of AMT and wants something in between the superlight AMT Red and tour-weighted AMT Tour White.
AMT Red is the lightest weight and highest trajectory/spin option in the new AMT range. Out of the AMT range, AMT Red maximizes speed and launch most by utilizing a responsive tip design and maintaining a constant superlight weighting in 4-7 irons. Focusing more on precision and control from 8-iron through wedge, AMT Red is designed with Ascending Mass Technology—making each shaft progressively heavier by 3-gram increments as golfers move to shorter irons. This unique blend of superlight weighting in 4-7 irons and AMT weighting in the scoring clubs allows AMT Red to offer both power and precision.
AMT Tour White is a tour-weighted option that features the lowest trajectory and spin in the new AMT range, it has the same performance DNA as Dynamic Gold and is designed to get progressively heavier as golfers move from their long irons to short irons. Lighter long irons are easier to swing and produce increased speed along with a higher initial launch while the tour-weighted short irons produce the traditional Dynamic Gold accuracy, consistency and trajectory that is desired from your scoring clubs. AMT stands for Ascending Mass Technology, which means the shaft’s weight increases in 3-gram increments throughout the set, while the balance point is adjusted so that the swing weight of each club is consistent to standard Dynamic Gold.