Bentley golf clubs are the real deal, and they’re here to celebrate the luxury motor company’s 100th anniversary.
Limited to just 100 sets, the Centenary golf club collection represents Bentley’s ability to pair modern technology with timeless craftsmanship. The club design draws inspiration from the New Bentley Continental GT.
A set of Bentley clubs will set you back around $22K. What’s most surprising is the clubs launched back in July and are yet to sell out.
The clubs feature touches of Bentley’s Centenary Gold mirroring the gold detailing that appears on every Bentley built during this centennial year. The gold is woven into the carbon fibre panels making a grand statement both on and off the golf course.
The clubs themselves are made from a combination of carbon-fibre, titanium and aluminium. The bag and headcovers are also made from carbon fibre panels containing the same Centenary Gold detailing as the clubs.
It wouldn’t be a Centenary collection without some tribute to the past. That’s why replicas of the unique wheel caps found on the Bentley EXP Speed 8 decorate both the wood heads and grip end caps. For reference, EXP Speed 8 won Le Mans in 2003. Not sure why Bentley didn’t delve deeper into its past; still, Speed 8 is an impressive vehicle.
The Bentley club set consists of:
Centenary Fairway Wood
Centenary Irons 5-AW Graphite Shaft
Centenary 52 deg wedge Graphite Shaft
Centenary 58 deg wedge Graphite Shaft
There’s still time to grab a Centenary golf club collection before they’re gone forever. If the $22K price tag doesn’t scare you off, wait until you see the price on Bentley’s hardcover Centenary book.