Summary: I bought both the 3 & 5 woods to match the new set of Callaway Razr X Irons I had been fitted for and recently purchased. I saved $200 by buying them on EBay. One (the 3 wood) was new. The 5 wood, although sold as used was in pristine condition and if it had been hit, it was very few times.
Easy to hit off tight lies, good trajectory.....I like it!
5 June 2012
Summary: This has been quite an improvement over the Mizuno T-zoid that I played for years. The head is rather small but that is to my liking. Very easy to hit and the Fujikura fit-on 360 shaft seems to be a good match. I chose the regular flex to match my average swing speed.
Summary: Club is as advertised, hit as good or better than old club. Very unforgiving when hit off center. Hit it very well the first time out did not slice or hook the ball. I like a slight fade or draw and was able to control both. Shaft and grip are very good and club head is good in the short rough.
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.
Summary: I decided to buy the 3&5 woods on the merit of their larger clubface. Also Callaway doesn't make any junk,you can't go too wrong with anything they make! I like the way the woods look at address,and they are easy to hit also. I have had to adjust to the straight ball flight on impact.