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Features and Benefits of the Callaway Heavenwood hybrid:
Golfer: Mens Right Hand
Golfer: Mens Left Hand
Golfer: Ladies Right Hand
Bought the 3H and 4H Hybrids , I bought a set of Ping Anser Irons also from Golf bidder from PW-5i so needed to replace my 3 & 4 irons , having never used a hybrid before I was a little wary of it changing my game but these things are incredible , can’t believe I’ve never tried them before , I generally hit my long irons pretty well but these things are on another level , I’m hitting these more consistently the same distance as my 3 & 4 irons but with the flight of a 6 or maybe even a 7 iron yet I can also knock them down just moving the ball back in the stance.
Clubs were advertised as “good” condition , I think they’re better than that , I would say signs of use but very well looked after , not a single mark on the shafts and no marks on the Top of the heads.
The only MINOR gripe I have is the 3H came with a very thin Ladies size grip fitted so had to replace that , not a massive problem.
The club was advertised in "Good" condition and given a 7 rating. In my view, the club is in excellent condition and I am delighted with the purchase from Golfbidder.
The quality of the second hand clubs from this site is the best around and I always check here first when I'm looking to add to my bag.
Not sure why I waited so long to discard my unused 4-iron, and replace it with a Callaway Big Bertha Heavenwood 4 rescue. Have hit it 10 times in the first week; 8 were perfect shots, the other 2 my fault, not the club's! Worth every penny of the £50.
This club is deemed, (by many as said in other reviews) to be 'easy to hit' Yes, I did find it so "when compared" with other similar clubs. But do not be under any illusion - you need to get it right. I have an old Taylor Made Bubble shaft 3 and however badly you strike the ball it will go..somewhere. This is not the case with this club. However, should you get it right it's a great club to have in your bag and I am very pleased. As for Golfbidder to purchase it? Fantastic. Great service and a club in A1 condition.
I have owned the 5 & 6 in this set for at least 2 years & had been looking for a 7 for a while, but with no luck. So, I was delighted to find it on Golfbidder. I ordered it on Friday & it arrived the following Wednesday. It's condition is not perfect, but was just as described on the website & with an accompanying headcover. Thanks. I will use you again if & when the need arises.
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