There’s more than one way to drive a Bentley.
The revered British carmaker continues to broaden its reach as a lifestyle brand with its new Techline golf collection, which includes a clubs, bags and other assorted gear for the links. And the entire collection is available to order today through the brand’s website, meaning you’ll be able to get everything you need for your next round in time for the holidays.
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The star of the Techline range is the driver (priced at $921.89), which features a three-piece construction that includes a titanium body, face, and carbon crown. There’s also the three-piece BW1 wedge set ($1,229.19). Each club is hand-forged from carbon steel to deliver exacting control and comes with either 52-, 56- or 60-degree lofts. Finally, there’s the Techline putter ($737.51), which has an aluminum face insert, a handle made of seamless Japanese steel, and a “unique” heel and toe internal weight designed to be as forgiving as possible. All the clubs share the same clean look and are adorned with Bentley’s winged logo and flashes of Racing Green.
Even casual golfers know there’s more gear to buy than just clubs, though, and the Techline collection has plenty to offer on that front. There’s also the golf bag, which is available in both cart and stand versions ($921.89 each). There’s also a holdall (460.95) and a matching shoe bag ($245.84). Each bag features green accents, just like the clubs. There’s also a golf umbrella ($104.48), a set of nine golf balls ($61.46), and a golf glove ($43.02).
Looking for a golf-related stocking stuffer? There’s also a golf gift set, which includes a “luxurious” pitch fork, ball marker, and leather pouch ($215.11 for the trio), as well as a few smaller trinkets, like a bag of tees ($12.29), a scorecard holder ($72.52) and towel ($61.46).
Bentley may not be the first name that leaps to mind when most people think of golf, but this isn’t the first time the brand has dipped its toes into these waters. The company began releasing branded clubs that were made using a Japanese one-piece forging technique in 2016. Four years later, it released woods, irons, and putters that all took visual cues from the Continental GT.