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Good deep face 3-4 wood

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K I'm looking for a club in the 16 or 17 degree range. I currently have a rocketballz stage 2 3 wood, but I have a steeper swing so with its shallower face I can't catch it good off the deck. Thought about going with a hybrid, but would like to try a wood first. Any suggestions?
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These are pretty sweet

http://www.callawaygolf.com/golf-clubs/fairway-woods/fwoods-2014-x2-hot-deep.html

Or last year's XHot deep

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Callaway X 2 Hot wood or hybrid. That's one of the things I really like about the hybrids they have a taller face so you can hit down on them. I have a 19 degree hybrid and I've considered taking the 3 wood out of the bag. Its easy to hit off the tee, out of the rough and its easy to shape shots with.
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I looked at those but the 3 wood is 14.5 degrees and I'm just worried that won't gap well. And the five wood is too small.
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The 16* might be perfect for you

http://taylormadegolf.com/TaylorMade/SLDR-Mini-Driver/DW-WZ039.html

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I looked at the mini driver, but I'm just anxious about how it performs off the deck. I can hit a 240 cc 2 wood off the deck, but I just don't know if the extra 20 cc would make a diffrence?
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I looked at the mini driver, but I'm just anxious about how it performs off the deck. I can hit a 240 cc 2 wood off the deck, but I just don't know if the extra 20 cc would make a diffrence?

I hit the 14 off the deck and had no problem. I actually found it easier to get up in the air than a standard fairway wood. Give it a try at a demo day or in a store and see how it goes. For what you're looking for it's either that or the Callaway X2 Hot 4 wood. Those fairway woods are bigger than most, or at least they look like it to me.

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Has anyone on this thread hit a nike vrs covert 3 wood tour?

I just started researching it as i think it fits this gap good.  Does anyone know the face height of the tour model? I know its deeper faced, but dont want to take a chance on it as money is tight, so im trying to get as much info as i can on it, before i buy.

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