Reviews and Problems with Wilson Staff Spine Driver
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Wilson Spine Driver
2 June 2010
Summary: Very under-rated club. Despite its unconventional look and sound, it is a very solid club. I bought the 9 degree model with an Extra stiff Pro Force shaft. The ball flight is low and bores through the air effortlessly. Very straight and great for hard conditions. Seems to get great roll once the ball lands. Highly recommended for the price. Good value, and worth a try.
Summary: I purchased this driver because I felt I needed an inexpensive driver that would let me learn the game of golf and not cost me an arm and a leg. To my surprise this driver provide me, a begining golfer, with a tool to drive the ball far and as straight as my skill level permits. It has a strange clangy sound when struck, but it provides the distance I required when hitting the ball of the Tee.
Excerpt: Bought this club recently and found it easy to line the club up to the ball. Only played with it for 3 games but already it has surpassed the old club I had, and that travelled 250+ easily. It says it gives a higher flight but I have found that if placed on a lower tee it seems to respond a lot better than off a higher tee.
Excerpt: I have nothing bad to say about this club apart from maybe it sitting a little to closed. It's long and straight which many high handicappers strive for. Recently played with and man in his mid to late 20's (me being in teens) with a considerably lower handicap than mine as well as using a Taylor made burner driver and i was spanking mine at least 10 -20 yards thurther than
Excerpt: I managed to get one of these creatures in early January and have really enjoyed playing with the club. The first thing you note is that it is actually quite lite ? However, the main thing I like is that for a smaller effort you get a bigger reward .... It seems to fly through the air so easily and I honestly believe this has given me more control.