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Game This Low Spin 3-Wood
This Club Does Exactly What It Says It Will Do
Tour Edge Exotics C722 wood line is solid from top to bottom. The 3-wood is as straight hitting of a club you will ever find. The big weight plate on the sole of the club is the engine of this 3-wood.
The Titleist T200 irons are amazing distance irons. In the long irons Titleist made a utility build option which can be paired with any set of irons as a long iron/hybrid replacement.
Callaway offers a Low Spin version of their fairway woods to compliment the LS driver models. Low Spin is very useful in 3-wood for added distance and accuracy.
Tour Edge has been a leader in the hybrid game for some time. The new C722 is destined to be a cult classic. It offers everything a player is looking for in a compact “wood” style hybrid.
Cleveland designed an x-large hybrid that will literally launch the ball. Add to that the fact that it has 3 rails, you will also get great turf interaction with plenty of forgiveness and high ball flight which will benefit many golfers.
Cleveland designed an x-large 3-wood that will literally launch the ball. Add to that the fact that it has rails, you will also get great turf interaction with plenty of forgiveness and high ball flight which will benefit many golfers.
Popular Woods Reviews
In total Taylormade is promising 27 yards longer than other 3-woods. On paper that sounds like a preposterous claim. 27 yards is a lot. For most people that would make their 3-wood.
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