Grismont Paris is the company that produces these beautiful luxury driving irons.
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Grismont hired 3D-printing artists Linlin and Pierre-Yves Jacques to design the clubs.
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The line of driving irons includes three unique designs.
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However, each iron is custom-built in France and is unique to each customer.
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According to Grismont, "The Blade type design of Grismont Driving Irons contains a cavity in which all their power lies. This cavity makes the club extremely easy to handle and allows to create a very thin club face for a maximum distance."
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The three clubs are known as Ori, Ces and Air (pictured: Ori).
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The clubs are not just about looks, they include the latest in golf club technology and performance.
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Quality comes at a cost though. Each club sells for about $1,700, though they can be even more expensive depending on a customer's specifications.
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You can learn more about the Grismont driving irons at the company's website.