Summary: sweet stick. is as advertised. holed out from 242 yds with it made mad dough that day!Lost more than i won the next day. I have 3 of that same stick only 3 degrees open, nuetral , and now a shut one. like them all.
Summary: Excellent club to add with my driver and 3 wood. I've had better results with the wood over some hybirds that I had tried. the flight is great and the "draw" certainly has helped with the reduced amount of fade that was getting.
Summary: This is a very solid club. If you tend to hit the ball low as I do, this has a little more loft than the 3-wood but is the same length shaft as the 3-wood. You will not feel the ball spring off the club face with this club the way you will with some of the others. It won't be the longest club, but feels very solid.
Summary: I'm 66 years old and bought a Ping G10 a year or so ago. However, I sold it and got caught up with all the new club hype and bought another G10 with a regular shaft. Found that it hits about the same as my old Ping G5, an when you sole the club, it looks instills alot of confidence that the ball is going to go long and straight. The shaft is a little longer than the standard 45", but does not impede the balance and swing weight.
Summary: Much easier to hit than my 5 iron. I have the Ping i10's so I wanted to stay in the same family so it looks like a matched set. That being said the Nickent 27* really launches the ball a lot higher, even giving up one degree of loft. I used to play Clevelands and used Halo hybrids for my 3 and 4 iron. So just against my experience with my old CG2 5 iron, I've lost about 10 yards on my carry with this hybrid. But, I haven't had a single mis-hit!
Excerpt: bought a strong 3 wood Ping G10 after being blown away with the Ping G10 driver i had recently purchased, have found this a little harder (surprisingly) to hit than the driver, maybe it is the fact the had is 1/2 the size. the shots that i have caught correctly have gone along way and straight too, i will master it just a matter of time.