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Golfer: Mens Right Hand
Club: 5 Wood
Golfer: Ladies Right Hand
Club: 7 Wood
Club arrived as per timescale, well packaged and in keeping with the description. I knew the club as play with other Srixon woods - this made up the set.
Tight holes go for this one.
What a great company. I’ve had several clubs from golf bidder and they’ve all been excellent. Their service is second to none.
Gone from stiff to regular as I am getting older and it has worked the srixon shaft is brilliant and I know have a full set of srixons the three and hybrid from golfbidder are like new so I am over the moon with my equipment and look forward to lowering my handicap
Having been told about the quality of Srixon clubs by a friend who is a professional, I decided to invest in a new three wood. I would consider myself a reasonably big hitter but have struggled recently with my driving. Seeing Henrik Stenson win a major hitting mainly three woods from tees I figured that could work for me! I must say it's really helped my game and keeping my drives in play using this club has really helped my scoring - and i've really not sacrificed any distance. The club has a nice weight to it, and feels very 'solid' feeling when striking the ball. I must say the ball absolutely flies off the face and am achieving 250+ yards carry with most drives, the shaft feels solid and not 'whippy'. I would really recommend this club to any low ish handicapper looking for an alternative to a rescue wood to hit off the tee or the deck comfortably. One minor criticism would be the grip isn't great so replaced with a golf pride one but that's more down to preference. Having let two or three friends hit shots with it, they have all since made purchases - such a shame Srixon clubs aren't sold in more golf retailers.
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