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Bentley to help golfers drive

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Research has found that an astonishingly high proportion of the car owners, up to 80%, have a love of knocking a little white ball into a hole.

So now, you’ll be able to see the luxury marque on the fairway — and I’m not just talking about luxury golf carts.

Bentley are about to dip their expensive toe into golf club manufacture, but you’ll need deep pockets as a set of designer irons will set you back £2,500.

Add in £530 for a driver (no, not a chauffeur) and 500 quid for a putter and you’re looking at almost four grand for a set of sticks.

But that’s only if you want the really basic Bentleys.

Just like their luxurious motors you can specify all manner of optional extras, such as alligator skin grips and £550 Bentley ball markers.

But if you really want to go for broke (perhaps literally) then get in touch with Seven Dreamers, a company in Japan.

Their most expensive offering, shafts made from the same space-age Gubbins as can be found in satellites, will cost an eye-watering £85,000.


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