Summary: Very good club, works very well for its use. There is a not-so-clever cover up of a scratch with black permanent marker. There really was no need for that because it was used, I knew that when I purchased it. Otherwise, it is a great club.
Summary: This club feels light and agile, easy to swing fast, has a nice crisp sound, and slightly better than average distance. Really great off the fairway, not as good out of the rough as my Nike Dymo due to the flat bottom. Overall, I really like this club.
Summary: Fairway woods are the most difficult clubs for me to settle on. I've been through about 40 models in the past five years. Currently I'm gaming a Titleist 5-wood and the F-50 3-wood. The F-50 has a perfect size and shape with an overall sexy yet classy appearance. The composite head gives a somewhat muted though slightly metallic feel. The sound is a middle pitched twack. Trajectory is mid ball flight with some roll. The Exsar shaft is a decent OEM shaft.
Summary: Having played Mizuno irons for about 6 months and being very happy with them, I wanted to try their wood offerings. Got a F50 18 degree off Ebay for under $30 and I know believe I got a steal of a deal for the club. The clubs hits very solid, is easy to launch and to work both ways. May just unseat my Titleist 904 5 wood from my bag!