James Bond 007 x Penfold Heart Golf Balls - Set of 12 | 007Store

James Bond 007 x Penfold Heart Golf Balls - Set of 12

£30.00

The classic Penfold Heart golf ball becomes even more uniquely identifiable with the official 007 logo taking the place of the number identity. 

From 1964's iconic Goldfinger appearance, Penfold has been linked with James Bond and this set of 007 x Penfold Heart Golf Balls features the iconic Penfold Heart stamp and the 007 logo. 

Backstory. In what is universally recognised as cinema’s most iconic golf scene, James Bond chooses a Penfold Heart to play larger-than-life millionaire Auric Goldfinger, who MI6 suspect of smuggling England’s gold reserves. After catching Goldfinger cheating, Bond brings a little gamesmanship of his own into play, switching balls and uttering the legendary lines, “Here’s my Penfold Hearts. You must’ve played the wrong ball somewhere on the 18th fairway. We are playing strict rules, so I'm afraid you lose the hole and the match.” 

Details. A boxed set of 12 007 x Penfold Heart balls, individually boxed in sets of three inside special packaging. The ball has a three-piece dual ionomer dynamic core, for longer distance and a softer feel...

Cover - 332 multi-sized dimple design provides the high launch angle and harmonised apex, whilst the all NEW Procyber cover material is a very thin and soft Ionomer resin - giving an improved spin rate and maximum durability.

Middle layer - Dupont’s Ionomer resin compound allows maximum feel and performance around the greens.

Dynamic core - Large sized core with the latest technology in rubber compound provides high resilient impact power creating long distances off the tee

The makers. Penfold Heart has been an icon in golf history since Penfold was established in 1927. A.E. Penfold had already made a name for himself by designing the "Maxfli" ball for Dunlop and when he set up his company, the goal was simple - produce the world's best golf ball with unique markings in line with Penfold’s flair and creativity. His namesake went on to be immortalised in Bond lore.


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