Review: Morsh 2-wood
When the Morsh 2-wood arrived I was pretty shocked at the shipping company’s handling of the box, it was really beat up, but thankfully the club survived its journey across the ocean. I was pretty skeptical my first round with it, because I really like hitting driver off the tee and not having that club in the bag was mentally a challenge. On the range I kept hitting the ball to the left. So standing on the 1st tee wasn’t exactly the most comfortable experience. I did hit a pretty good shot for the hole, but it was up the left side. By about mid-way through the first round I got my swing adjusted and comfortable with the idea of this 2-wood that I started seeing shots hit the fairways with solid distance. I even went so far as to replace my 3-wood with it so that this club also became my fairway wood. I tried it on the par 5s; 2-wood/2-wood trying to reach the greens. I was close, but didn’t quite reach on holes I can reach with driver and 3-wood.
The Morsh 2-wood is 10* loft, but it launches higher than labeled for me. I didn’t have any troubles elevating the ball off the tee or from the fairway. While it didn’t hit quite as high as my 15* 3-woods, it certainly elevates to ball high enough for most golfers to get the most out of this club. The high launch shaft certainly helps in that area. It certainly wasn’t a low spin shaft, but I didn’t have ballooning issues either. The only issue I had to adjust for was the tendency to go left. I could see someone who fights the right side to like this club.
FlightScope Xi Tour Launch Monitor
- Spin: 3296 rpms
- Launch Angle: 12.6*
- Dispersion: 5.6 yds
- Club Speed: 101.5 mph
- Ball Speed: 152.1 mph
- Total Distance: 262.1 yds
- Carry Distance: 242.0 yds
The Morsh 2-wood might make a lot of sense for you if you currently hit 3-wood off the tee and would like a little more distance, this might be the perfect club for you. I hit my driver really well so I don’t see me giving up the distance to move to this club. I also don’t fight the right side anymore so that closed nature of this club also isn’t an ideal fit for me. So if you struggle with the right side and already hit 3-wood, you are a good candidate to try this club. The “Thriver” club that is the Morsh 2-wood is a pretty solid offering from a small company out of Slovenia. It might be just what you need off the tee to hit more fairways and yet get some solid distance.
For more information: www.morshgolf.com
+Longer than a 3-wood
+Easy to elevate