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: club is adequate. for me, at address, clubface seemed closed. bought regular shaft; it is too flexible for me; OK when I swung easy, but on my full swing either hooked or sliced it. Grip did not feel comfortable, but that was true for another Calllaway fairway metal I got thru E-Bay.
The clubhead is very light and the ball does not travel any distance
24 April 2011
Summary: I bought this club because I am a super senior. Upon using this club, I find the clubhead if very light therefore it is difficult to feel the clubhead. I would only recomment this club for someone who does not have a strong swing. The clubhead has a "W" on it and I assume it is a women's club.
Summary: The clubhead on the fairway 3 wood is a bit too small. It is really more of a rescue wood than a fairway wood. With that being said, the club is relatively easy to hit but the yardage is not quite what you would expect from a 3 wood.
Summary: I found what I believe was a great price on this brand new club. I have not hit the club yet, however I can review some details. The club seems very well balanced with extremely light shaft. I would almost consider this a hybrid rather than a fairway wood.
Summary: I like the head style. The small low profile look is perfect fit for a 3 wood. The only thing i disliked was the tour velvet golf pride grip. I am more of a tour wrap golf pride guy. other than that is a very solid club and i hit it very well.
Summary: This is club that I'vn looking for. Long and low trajectory. Also holding the shot on the tee and fairway. However, you need a lot of practice before you take out to the field. I hit about 20 shots right before a rounding, I couldn't hold the club in that round.
Summary: should not have bought old technology buy new tech. just find it used to save some money! the old way of club making is alot differnt than the new waY. Titanium is alot better than stainless steel.