• Beres E-06 Driver
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Distance increase effect of sole slots [SPLIT GROOVE AREA]
Spring structure of slots on the center, toe and heel [SPLIT GROOVE AREA] helps deliver the maximum repulsion effect off the clubface at impact, helping golfers with slower clubhead speeds achieve longer carry distance.he center-of-gravity is set to be low and deep without limit of the internal load and SIS weight screws provides top priority to the grip of balls at any rate.

Confidence and low center of gravity with shallow clubhead
Low center of gravity combined with a large projected area on a shallower clubhead design, provides golfers with the added confidence at address to hit the ball higher, leading to better shots and lower scores.

ARMRQ X shaft that satisfies the high trajectories, low spin, and easily catches the ball

Light, strong and easier to hit.

As a result from the joing developement with Nissei we created a shaft 1g lighter than the previous model with the same frequency, with "10 axis PP" for increased strength, promotion improved ball launch angles and an easy to control shaft.

Manufactured with TORAYCA®T1100G multi-layered premium carbon fiber.

Structural drawings

Slot shape maximizes repulsion effect

Confidence and low center of gravity with shallow clubhead


ARMRQ X 43 Driver (2S/1W)
Flex R S
Gross weight (g) 43.5 45
Torque (deg.) 5.90 5.85
Kick-point Low


Name BERES Rubber III N36 Gold
Material Rubber
Shaft ARMRQ X 43
Gross weight (g) 36.5
Size 60


Head material / Manufacturing process Ti811 lightgravity titanium / Casting
Face material / Manufacturing process Ti6-4 titanium / Rolled
Shaft ARMRQ X 43
Length(inches) 45.75
Loft (deg.) 10.5 11.5
Head volume(cm3) 460
Lie angle (deg.) 60.0
Distance to Center of Gravity(mm) 41.5 42
Height to Center of Gravity(mm) 34 34.5
Effective hitting area(mm) 22 21.5
Depth to Center of Gravity(mm) 37 37.5
Gravity Angle (deg.) 23 23.5
Swing weight·Gross weight (g) ARMRQ X 43 R C8·273
S C9·275