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An Excellent Driver


Pros: Easy adjustability, Easy to hit, Looks sharp, Forgiving, Goes very far when hit well

Cons: N/A

Not much more you can ask for from a driver. Great for all golfers no matter what handicap!

A Nice Course for Everyone


Pros: Price, Some Good Holes, Not Too Busy

Cons: Course Conditions

I've played this course many times over the years. It's a great course for golfers of all skill level and I find it's pretty dynamic; it'll get tougher if you want to take the riskier shots and it'll also become more forgiving if you decide to ease up a bit. I find it's also a good course to play to "get back into the groove" after winter.   The course itself has some pretty nice holes, like a forest-lined downhill dogleg right 500-yard par 5, and a long downhill par 3 that's waterlined on both sides. However, the conditions get a little iffy if you decide to have a round after a good rainfall.   The price is very good too, ~50-55 dollars will get you 18 holes and a cart and...
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Not bad!

I was given a box of these as a gift over the winter. They've got a great feel to them and I did get a little more distance off the tees. Plus the colours not too bad too!

A Long and Winding Course


Pros: Nice Greens, Rolling Hills, Many Elevation Changes

Cons: Long Par 3's

I played this course from the furthest back tees and it is one of the longest courses that I've played to date (over 6800 yards). The course itself was great, with its protected greens and slight doglegs. I'd definitely play it again without a doubt.

A Great Course for Good Golfers!


Pros: Nice holes, Quiet setting, Nice Clubhouse

Cons: Tough Greens

This is a great course for any golfer looking for a challenging round of golf. It's winding and hilly holes force you to play smart to tough, harsh-breaking greens. A perfect course for taking your game to the next level.

Worth it!


Pros: Forgiving, Low-Profile look, Accurate

Cons: None

I bought this club (3 wood) because I could never hit fairway woods properly... until now. I like the low-profile look of the club, which makes it easier to hit for me, since it resembles a hybrid to me. I can hit it straight about ~200 yards, even without hitting the club in the centre of the clubface. It's also not that bad out of the rough. Highly recommended for all skill levels.

A Great Hybrid


Pros: Very Forgiving, Light-weight, Sleek Design

Cons: N/A

The Callaway Diablo Edge Hybrid is a club that is very forgiving. With this club, you can get the exact same shot from the rough, as you can from the fairway. On top of that, this club is great for any golfer of any skill level.

A Driver Well-Suited for Tour Playing!


Pros: Adds more distance to your drives, Forgiving,

A great driver with a low center of gravity. When hit perfectly, I've seen this driver add about 50 yards to my normal drives. It's a real distance booster, for sure. It's also a very sharp looking driver. Though the driver is forgiving, it performs best when hit very accurately. 4.5/5 Stars.

A Great All-Around Bag


Pros: Many Pockets, Cooler Pocket, 14 way Club Divider, Light-weight

Cons: N/A

From the moment I got this bag, I knew it was one of great quality and durability. It's many features, including a 14-way club divider, a valuables-pocket, a cooler pocket, a ball pocket, a tee pocket, 2 umbrella holders, and much more. It also has a dual zipper on it's club cover, allowing you access to your clubs, without having to take the cover off. It's also very light-weight and is ideal for a person who likes to carry their clubs. Overall, the Callaway Org. 14X Cart Bag is a well-rounded bag great for any golfer. 5/5 stars.
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