Reviews and Problems with Ping Rapture Fairway Wood Mens
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Ping - you can't beat them.
7 January 2013
Summary: The Ping Rapture fairway woods were the jewel of the Ping line when they came out in 2006. Although the price was high, you did get your moneys worth in the technology that went into these clubs. The club head is made out of Titanium which offers a light club head with optimal forgiveness.
Summary: This club hits very well and I have been able to get very good distance out of it. It is more accurate than a driver and is good for hitting on narrow fairways and where you need to make it to a dogleg in the fairway of 150 yards or so.
Summary: Stronger loft and larger club head than on most 7 woods makes this club easier to hit especially off a tee. Gorgeous club head and overall design. Probably as long hitting as most 5 woods except with higher trajectory.
Summary: This summer I purchased all Ping golf woods. This Ping rapture fairway wood is just fabulous - I'm getting so much more distance and I just love the look of the club. The price I got it for was excellent.
Summary: I love this club already and I've just played with it once. Just like the other reviewers said, 10-15 yards longer than their other 3 woods, same results here (254 yard off a tee verified with GPS)and I'm 63 years young! I hope to try a Rapture driver and see if the results are the same
Summary: I'm a 60+ yr old golfer who took up the game 18 months ago, and usually shoot in the low 90s to high 80s. With a slow swing speed of approx 85-90mph, my drives are usually in the neighborhood of 210-230 yards with my Taylormade 13.5* R7 Draw Driver.
Summary: Great 3 wood to replace your driver if that's what you are looking for. Goes far and straight off the tee. Very difficult to hit from fairway or rough. The large club head design may be responsible for this. 14 degree, standard regular flex shaft.