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Millennium Quantum LS Polaris €14,25

The Millennium Polaris LS is one of the sport's best embodiments of distance with control. It can handle a crosswind, and it’s always straight and true downwind. When you need pinpoint accuracy off the tee, the Polaris LS won’t let you down. The Polaris LS has always been a favorite of new players, and they always carry one in their bag. Experienced players use it as an all-purpose driver. You just can't beat it. Available up to 175 grams in Millennium Standard, Quantum, and Sirius Plastics.

Quantum
The Quantum line offers our most durable plastic. It provides excellent durability for a long life of reliable performance. Quantum plastic offers a smooth and solid feel in your hand with a translucent appearance.

Speed8
Glide4
Turn-1
Fade1

This product was added to our catalog on Sunday 29 December, 2013.
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