​​​Laminated densified wood consists of wood veneers, which are joined together with thermosetting synthetic resins under pressure and heat which gives it unique properties.


What is special about laminated densified wood and why to use this in Golf?

Wood veneers from highest quality are used. The peeled wood veneers used are subject to stringent quality specifications and come from sustainable forest management. Thanks to the excellent conditions in Western Europe for growing Beech within a period of around 120 years, top grades of this product from logs of suitable length felled in the right locations offer extremely good homogeneity that enables them to withstand the extremely high electric stresses. In addition to its electrical strengths, due to its intact capillaries with continuous load-bearing fibres this material offers
unsurpassed mechanical strength
values, which depend on the direction of lamination and the densification. Due to the unsurpassed mechanical strength is why it is being used to make golf club heads.

Properties of Densified Wood Technology for Golf Putters

  • withstands high mechanical loading
  • resistance to abrasion and wear
  • low coefficient of sliding friction
  • low- and high-temperature resistance

Other Properties of Densified Wood Technology

  • low thermal conductivity
  • low specific weight
  • very good oil absorption
  • good electrical insulation