Summary: I have the 3, 5, and 7 wood with Aldila NV 65 R shafts. Fairway woods have always been iffy for me. But these fairway woods are easy for me to hit. The heads are somewhat smaller than many others, but the ball really shoots off the face of these clubs. I will not even consider putting any other fairway woods in my bag.
Great clubs if you want to move away from game improvement irons
2 October 2012
Summary: The Combo design is more forgiving in the long irons allowing for decent ball flight on slightly mishit shots. However, do note that these clubs still require a very consistent ball strike. These are not for the high handicapper but when you hit them in the sweet spot you don't even feel the ball coming off the face. I bought the clubs thinking I was ready for them. I played a lot of golf this year and was consistently shooting low to mid 80's.
Summary: One of my all time favorites...I really like the smaller size and shape. If I had one driver to play for the rest of my life, this would be the one...I personally believe that 380cc heads are the perfect size, they are much easier to square up at contact than the larger 460 heads and the head is still large enough for forgivness.
Summary: I replaced an older model 2 wood,with which I had inconsistent results.I was concerned that I did not have the swing speed for the stiff shaft.With my first easy but full swing I was impressed with the feel, distance , and accuracy.When fully committed to the shot I am only about 15 -20 yards short of my driver (at the range).On the course with the right swing the results have been consistently long and straight.
Summary: I've had these clubs five seasons and with luck I'll have them another five. I'm a senior golfer, 67 years old so last season I had the original s300 shafts switched out for superlite 2 rather than purchase new irons. simply put, these are the very best irons I've ever owned. The feel is pure blade even though they are cavity, what could possibly be better than that?
Summary: I am a near scratch golfer ffor whom long irons are still a bit of an adventure. In addition to my driver and my 3 metal, I have had an 18 degree hybrid in the bag for some time (taking the place of either a 5 metal or a 2 iron). It is a Precept 2-EZ and I love it, as I can hit it between 210 and 235 yards, with it's natural distance for me being 220- 225.
Summary: J33 combo's are the best clubs I've ever used. I bought this J33 7 iron blade cause I felt I could go one more blade (7-LW) instead of 8(8-LW). After that I'll stay with the program the combo's use. I do think maybe the J-40's are going to be great after 2 styles of losers J36 and J38 but I can't afford them yet.
An unforgiving beauty. If you're on, you'll love it.
7 January 2012
Summary: Beautiful and classic. 375cc. Hot face with great feel and muted sound. You need to hit it between the middle "V" for it to really perform so if you're looking for forgiveness, look elsewhere. It's got a shallower face than the J33R 420 and 460 along with a little higher launch and spin. The J33R is ultra LOW launch and spin, so this may help more than it hurts.
Summary: Awesome product if you can get one. Does not have the draw bias of many hybrids, so you can hit it straight or with a baby draw or fade. Beautiful at address and, long struck pure. A good ball strikers club with great feedback. .355 hosel, which I like better than the larger .370 for feel.