Summary: Hitting this club is great, but the only problem I have is what I received was not as advertised. It states that it has a graphite shaft and it was delivered with a steel shaft. What was delivered is not what was advertised.
Summary: THE CLUBS WERE FINE....IT WAS THE DESCRIPTION THAT WAS CONFUSING...AND THE COMPANY AGREED. IN THE END...AFTER A LOT OF EFFORT AND TIME (THAT I REALLY DON'T HAVE)...THEY ALLOWED ME TO RETURN THE CLUBS AT MY OWN EXPENSE ($12.75) BUT SAID THEY WOULD NOT CHARGE ME THE RESTOCKING FEE. THANKS FOR THAT!
Love this club! (get the Fujikara shaft if you can)
1 August 2012
Summary: I bought this in 2011 to replace my 16 degree Adam Tight Lies wood I had played since 1999. I have to admit at first I felt a bid odd for playing a seven wood (especially in place of my 4+ wood) and buying Callaway (since I have always played Titleist everything else save my 4 wood since the late...
Summary: I bought this club for my wife because her set didn't include a 7 wood. She finds this a forgiving club. Very easy to hit. Callaway has a great reputation for standing behind their products. We appreciate that very important fact. Top of the line in quality and service.
Summary: I have only gone out twice with this club, a 7W, but I lready love it. The previous reviewer I believe had been playing only with wooden woods prior to purchasing this club. I have Adams Ovation 3W and 5W and Cobra S2 Offset driver. The Adams and Cobra have a hollow metal feel when you hit them.
Summary: The fairway woods I owned before this were made from wood ... so I offer no expertise on modern fairway woods. I am just starting to play golf again after 30 years of no golf ... that is the background. I really like this 7W metal fairway wood. I think it may be my favorite club.
Conclusion: To me most of the woods are the same, but the difference is look and feel. This has both. It is a straight bullet shot when you hit it right. Great feel at impact. A great buddy to have when you have over 200 yards left to the green.