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Golfer: Mens Left Hand
Club: 5 Wood
What can I say about these clubs, they are just brilliant, I purchased the 3 Wood (15 degrees) and 5 Wood (18 degrees). In comparison to newer woods the head size is a little smaller but apart form that there isn't much difference. I have used them now for 4 games and the difference is amazing, from my previous 3 Wood (Dunlop Steel Shafted MXII) and 5 Wood (Dunlop Graphite Shafted MXII), as the ball now travels straighter and with more distance (previous 3 wood was going about 180yards and is now about 215yards. Previous 5 wood was about 170yards and is now nearer 190yards), perfect for someone looking to improve their handicap as I am. Golfbidder were brilliant and had the clubs sent to me exactly on time. I would highly recommend their services to anyone looking for new clubs.
Have only had three rounds with this club and am happy so far. Am using off the tee as my driving is a little loose at the minute - Long and straight, averaging around 240-250 yards with a low trajectory. Have found the club quite forgiving from the fairway and light rough. So far very happy with the purchase.
Should also mention great service and value for money from Golf Bidder.
Good service - Arrived next day and condition was as described. Only problem is it is fitted with a 9 gram weight instead of the standard 14 gram. Do you have a spare 14 gram weight?
This may not be the newest Taylor Made model, but I can tell you it's pretty damn good. Long, straight and feels fabulous.
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