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Breeze01 H.Cap (8) 11/12/2014
As a "lefty" whose stock drive is a fade/slice, I wanted a club that was going to keep me on the fairway and not lose to much distance. My son who plays off 4 and also owns a Cobra Long Tom 2-Wood, hits it a country mile so he encouraged me to try it out. While not being a long hitter myself, I have found that it certainly seems to give me more distance and keeps up with my driver which is a Taylor Made R7. I have found that I tend to draw the ball occasionally with this club, something I do not do with my driver! Overall I am well pleased with this club and believe it will give me a bit more consistancey, particularly on tight driving holes. I am glad for once I listened to my son!
standrewsman H.Cap (6) 18/10/2014
Very difficult to hit, not least because the shaft is approx. two inches longer than standard. Silly me, I thought the reference to "Long" in the name referred to the distance it hit the ball, not the length of the shaft! Be warned
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