Pros: LONG, forgiving, looks cool, easily adjustable
Reviews by: ajst22
I've had this club since the beginning of this year at have no complaints. My previous driver was the Cobra S3 and I decided to take the Bio Cell over Callaway's Big Bertha (partially because it cost $100 less) as those were the only two drivers that impressed me. I have easily gained 10 yards over the S3. I was concerned about how straight I would be hitting this club because it is slightly longer than my S3 is, but to my surprise I am hitting it MUCH straighter. The adjustability is quite simple. One driver with all the lofts you need as well as a draw bias. It's easy to change the loft depending on the wind for that day right before a round if you need to. I also think this...(read more)
Pros: Easy to get up in the air, good distance, easy to hit out of any lie
I absolutely love my Baffler T-Rail 4 hybrid. I have owned it for a few weeks and I have nothing bad to say about it. I can hit this club out of the rough as easily as I can hit it out of the fairway. It is very versatile. I like the looks of the club. The yellow alignment on the head is helpful and the yellow grip (while it does get dirty) looks sharp.
Pros: Looks nice
Cons: Little feedback, no pop
This is a very unimpressive club. I currently have the Rocketballz Stage 2 3 wood (not in my bag, of course). I have played only a few rounds with it and hit it a few times at the range for me to know that this club is not for me. The club does not perform very well. When hitting the ball, I don't feel any pop that I have felt in other woods and there is little to no feedback. The distance isn't bad, but it certainly isn't the longest. Overall, I feel that this is a very underperforming and bland golf club.
Pros: Forgiving, long, awesome stock shaft
Great club, I have 2 of them (5 and 7 woods...yes 7 wood: I use that instead of a 3 hybrid). These are really nice. Have good distance and are forgiving as well. I like how the clubhead isn't huge like some fairway woods. Would highly recommend
Pros: nice course, good views,
Cons: greens aren't great sometimes
I have played here since I started golfing last year and this year I got a membership. It is a really nice course. There are a lot of narrow fairways especially on the back 9. It is not a slicer's course, though you may be able to get away with it a little on some of the par 5's. It has a nice woodsy layout and it is a bit hilly. They also just got some new golf carts. Sometimes, the greens have a few dead spots on the outside, but it is usually good. If you are trying to read a putt and can't decide, keep in mind that most of the greens slope towards the lake.