Benross launches forward with the Delta XT woods and irons

The new Delta XT Woods and Irons family from Benross looks to break into the market with innovation like never before and it’s now available for you.

Since the founding of the company 27 years ago by Jon Everitt, Benross Golf has worked tirelessly on their creator’s vision to produce high-end, premium golf equipment without the high-end pricing that normally follows.

With a history of excellence in the golf equipment space, Benross has developed a standing as both a trusted performer with golfers and as an industry member of quality, technologically advanced design.

Benross Delta XT driver comes with plenty of adjustability

Benross has always taken pride in displaying their product to the golfing public with meticulously crafted clubs including woods, irons, wedges, and putters, as well as producing many lines of accessories to match in with the everyday golfer’s growing needs.

With this in mind, Benross have added to their history but releasing the new Delta XT Series of woods and irons that put an emphasis on modern technology at a reasonable price point.

New for 2024

Loft/s 10.5 (adjustable +/- 2º)
Stock Shaft Fujikura Ventus Red - Regular, Stiff
Stock Grip Lamkin Crossline
  • Newly Designed Aero Crown
  • Speed Slot & F.F.Tech (Fast Face Technology)
  • Sliding Rear Weight Port / Adjustable Dual COG Hosel
  • 1-Year Guarantee

The Delta XT Driver represents a step forward from the Delta X that proceeded it. With a new Aero Crown, designed to reduce drag on the club head and improve swing speeds through aerodynamic engineering, Benross are looking to help push your distance to a new level.

The crown, though, isn’t the only method being used by the brand to bring out more distance. F.F.T (Fast Fast Technology) is a high-grade titanium face, manufactured to produce peak ball speed from your club. Combining F.F.T. with Speed Slot in the sole of the driver, right behind the face, Benross are looking to retain speed across the entire face, helping out on miss-hit shots.

To improve the options available for all golfers, the company has also included in the design, a Sliding Rear Weight Port. This moveable weight has been added to assist with optimizing your shot shape and ball flight while also improving MOI (Moment of Inertia) to make the club stay straighter on poor strikes.

To finalize the options for adjustability, Benross have also included a dual COG hosel, allowing you to change the 10.5º head up to two degrees in either direction. In other words, golfers after a lower flight can go as low as 8.5º and those looking to get more airborne can go up to 12.5º.

New for 2024

Loft/s 5-GW
Stock Shaft KBS Tour Lite Steel - Regular, Stiff
Stock Grip Lamkin Crossline
  • Hollow Body Construction
  • Thinner C455 Face
  • Fixed Toe Weight Port / Refined Profile Shape
  • 1-Year Guarantee

With the new Delta XT irons, Benross has constructed the heads using a 2-piece hollow body design. The face of the iron, made from C455 – a Carpenter Steel alloy, and an 8620 steel body combine to offer increased distance performance with an improved launch and forgiveness.

That high-strength C455 face material is key to this, as the steel allows for more flexing at strike which helps keep your ball speed up all while giving you the feedback you want from impact.

Along with the face technology, Benross wanted to further address the forgiveness of the head. Their engineers have realized that desire with a Fixed Toe Weight Port. The added weight in the toe has expanded the range of the perimeter weighting to improve forgiveness across the whole face, including miss-hit strikes.

The final piece of the puzzle for Benross is the shape of the head. The refined profile is built around a player-preferred shape that promotes ease of use for the golfer, as well as playability. All this, while still maintaining a clean and classy look at address, makes for a fantastic all-round iron set.

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About the author

Lewis Daff

Lewis Daff

Lewis Daff joined the Today’s Golfer digital team in 2024, having spent more than a decade in both big box golf retail and independent stores, working as a club fitter and builder.

Experienced with every level of golfer, from beginner to professional, he has achieved Master Fitter and Builder status with most major manufacturers, including Mizuno, Taylormade, and Callaway, helping him to cement both a wide and deep knowledge base. Lewis specializes in Clubs, Shafts, Training Aids, Launch Monitors and Grips.

In Lewis’ bag is Taylormade Qi10 Driver, Taylormade SIM Max Fairway Woods (3-15, 5-18), Wilson Staff D9 Forged 3-iron, Srixon ZX7 MKii Irons (4-PW), Titleist SM9 Wedges (52*, 60*), Toulon San Diego Putter, and Callaway Chrome Tour Ball.

Talk to Lewis about why steel shafts are now dead and graphite is the only way forward or any other equipment you’d like to debate via his email.

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