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Features and benefits of the Callaway 2012 RAZR Fit fairway wood:
Golfer: Mens Right Hand
Club: 3 Wood
Club: 5 Wood
Golfer: Mens Left Hand
Golfer: Ladies Right Hand
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ellocooptico H.Cap (8) 05/02/2015
helping me to get to the green in 2 on the par fives when i aim right that is
vicfalls H.Cap (18) 23/10/2013
This must be one - if not the best - 3 wood ever made. And the service from Golfbidder was excellent.
calvine H.Cap (26) 10/09/2013
Bought this club to complete set. Could not tell that it was not new. Fitted seamlessly into my game. Now all I have to do is practice!
mattmpw H.Cap (23) 09/08/2013
Great service again from golfbidder! This is the 1st adjustable club I have used. I struggle a bit with slices and used this 3 wood at the range in the closed position and hitting it very straight and longer than my older big bertha! Very happy with it
purple_ronnie H.Cap (19) 10/02/2013
just got back in to golf but i now love my Callaway Razr Fit woods they are so easy to hit the ball straight can't wait to get my handicap down a few shots
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This is the manufacturer's Recommend Retail Price (RRP).
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