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Features and Benefits of the Cleveland HiBore XL fairway wood:
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Golfer: Mens Left Hand
Club: 5 Wood
Club: 3 Wood
Golfer: Ladies Right Hand
Club: 7 Wood
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ChipRalston H.Cap (20) 10/09/2012
This was a present for my mother and a real success. The HiBore is getting her out of trouble she was stuck in before. In particular she has more success getting out of rough far from the green on a par 5 where a previous heavy 3wood made it difficult.
Club was in great condition on arrival.
silverfox300572 H.Cap (9) 24/03/2009
I have to say Cleveland have got it right with the Hi-bore. Superb Feel, easy to use and great results.
I Even Changed the Driver to a Hi-Bore XL.
UST Shaft's are also top notch right up there with the Fujikura's
Superb Golfbidder Service ! Thx
Paulbruk08 H.Cap (14) 29/04/2008
Having a 17 & 22 Launcher Fairways previously, i was looking for some extra distance and forgiveness and having just returned from the course. I can honestly say this fairway is simply awesome. Long, Straight and seemingly easy to hit. I even managed to hit a few draws. Hit Fairways all the way today. Great off the Tee and fantastic off the deck, (fairway or rough).Backed up by golfbidders excellent service i could`nt be happier.. best money ive spent in a while on golf! Also of note: the club could have passed for new. Thanks Golfbidder!
sparky2250 H.Cap (15) 28/01/2008
shexman H.Cap (14) 28/09/2007
A very easy to hit from the fairay and light rough making it far more versatile tahn a conventional 4 iron. I would recommend this club to any handicap golfer. It's got to be good look how many professionals are using it!
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