Reviews and Problems with Snake Eyes Quickstrike II
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Value for money 10
Shoots in the 90s
Richard Joke, GolfReview.com
21 June 2007
Summary: I built a 24 degree version of this club in the hopes that it would be my 150 yard club. I was very disappointed because I ended up being able to hit the dang thing 175. I find that this club fits my eye at address and is easy to hit straight.
Summary: I have the 15, 19, 23, 27, 31, 35, and 39 degree versions of the Quick Strike II with regular flex IROD shafts and can honestly say these are the most forgiving clubs I have ever played. I am a “sweeper” and dislike the idea of taking out divots.
Summary: Put together the tour 21 degree head w/6.0 rifle steel 'hybrid' shaft. Has been an improvment over my previous taylor made rescue 22 degree. This particular shaft/head combo seems to really work well, as I had problems with my TM rescue and too much draw or outright duck hooks.
Summary: I had the Quick Stike hybrids, and traded them in for the Quick Strike II models. The originals were really nice, but I like the II version better. Mine have the Grafalloy Pro Launch shaft, and both are just a pleasure to swing.
Summary: Made the 19 and 23 degree with Aldila One stiff shafts. If you hit one of these you will never hit a 3 iron again. I made the 23 for times when I play from the tips. Lands much softer than any long iron. Stops like an 8 iron, with wedge accuracy.
Summary: I'm an 8 handicapper who shoots in the 70s about 4 times a year. I use a mixture of OEM and self-assembled clubs using Snake Eyes heads. My irons are Mizuno MP-33's, and my 56 and 60 degree wedges are Cleveland. My 2 iron is a graphite shafted Ping ISI.
Summary: This review is mainly for original quick strik, I have 10, 14, 18, 22 and 26 degree for 2-3 years (all from ebay), long before the rest of name brands start the hybrid wave. Overall, the forgiveness is much better than most hybrid clubs (Adams, Mizuno, Nike, Taylor Made etc).