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post #19 of 29

Re: Easiest Fairway Wood to Hit off Tee Box & Fairway?

Originally Posted by assassin307 View Post
I bought a Ping K15 a couple of weeks ago. It's real easy to hit, both off the deck and off the tee.
I second the K15 3 wood, I also went out and traded some old drivers and got the K15 driver, it has helped me with driving.

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post #20 of 29

Re: Easiest Fairway Wood to Hit off Tee Box & Fairway?

Honestly. The Callaway FT-Squareway woods are soooooo easy to hit. They come off pure and have a lot of forgiveness. I find myself being able to shape my 5wood pretty well also. I replaced my ft-squareway 3wood with the new ft 3wood as I got more distance and control out of it.
post #21 of 29

Re: Easiest Fairway Wood to Hit off Tee Box & Fairway?

Tour Exotics XCG3 woods are awesome.
post #22 of 29

Re: Easiest Fairway Wood to Hit off Tee Box & Fairway?

Originally Posted by RDM# View Post
I second the K15 3 wood, I also went out and traded some old drivers and got the K15 driver, it has helped me with driving.
Im looking at some 3 woods now as well, think the G15 would be better for a beginner then the K15? Dont really understand the difference.
post #23 of 29

Re: Easiest Fairway Wood to Hit off Tee Box & Fairway?

Originally Posted by darkhunter139 View Post
Im looking at some 3 woods now as well, think the G15 would be better for a beginner then the K15? Dont really understand the difference.
I went with the K15 but I too was torn between it and the G15. I guess I just went with the newest and the fact the head was a little bigger and the added weight down low.
post #24 of 29
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Originally Posted by golfheaven View Post

I'm a high handicapper and was looking to add an easy to hit 5 wood to my arsenal.
I thought that a higher face (rather than a shallow face) would be more forgiving; yet,
after having just tried a G15 5 wood with the shallow face on the driving range, I hit it long and straight. Frankly I was surprised.

Any thoughts on these woods: XCG3 Tour Exotics, Ping G15, Adams Speedline Fast 10, Baffler Rail.

Any others I should consider?

THANK YOU!


It's like it's always been said. Use/hit what works for you. Others may have great success with a stick that you just can't get the most out of and visa-versa. Take a couple of loaners out on the course, not the range, and hit a round or two with them. If you have a swing, a real swing, then you'll be able to hit anything. It will just come down to what YOU LIKE. None of us are pro's here, making a living on the PGA tour, we play the game because it's a GAME. Enjoy it as one. Wish you the best.

post #25 of 29

A teaching pro suggested this:

 

Hold your 3W or 4W full length for shots off the tee.

 

But from fairway, choke down about an inch to get better control.

post #26 of 29

Have you ever tried the Callaway X Hot? (2007ish I believe) I used to have one of these. It has a head and face that are the same size as the original Big Bertha Driver, but at 15 degrees of loft, a 44" shaft, and a Carpenter steel face. I used to hit it as far as my 13 degree 3 wood. Problem is that I couldn't hit it off of the faiway consistantly. Great club, great feel, great looks, awesome sound at impact. Find one on Ebay real cheap! 

post #27 of 29

Have you ever tried the Callaway X Hot? (2007ish I believe) I used to have one of these. It has a head and face that are the same size as the original Big Bertha Driver, but at 15 degrees of loft, a 44" shaft, and a Carpenter steel face. I used to hit it as far as my 13 degree 3 wood. Problem is that I couldn't hit it off of the faiway consistantly. Great club, great feel, great looks, awesome sound at impact. Find one on Ebay real cheap! 

post #28 of 29
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Originally Posted by CPT View Post

Just thought I'd drop by and give you my $.02, since I just got myself a new fairway wood 2 weeks ago.

After some consideration, I decided to go with Cobra S2 Fairway Wood. The club gets a lot of positive reviews and I got a pretty good deal out of it, too.

The head is beautiful and has a traditional look when it sits behind the ball. I am able to get 8-10 yards passed my old 3-wood without a lot of effort. I thought the club was excellent and I was glad I made the right choice. The fairway wood actually convinced me that I should get the S2 driver, to be honest with you. It's that good.

If you had a chance, try it, and you won't be sorry.

I have the S2 driver, great club and it looks fantastic. I don't really use the adjustment, I keep it in the neutral position. The have found the Cobras to be very easy to hit. I have the S3 3W and 7W. I tried the RBZ 5W but the jury is still out on that clubs. When I hit it well it really goes but it is not as consistant as the Cobras, at least for me.

post #29 of 29
The 2007 TaylorMade Burner fairways are the easiest I have ever found.
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