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TaylorMade R580 TI Fairway Woods Review

TaylorMade R580 TI





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Review Date
August 29, 2013

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Reviewed by: Norman ,  Shoots in the 80s

Model Reviewed:
580 taylor made

Summary:
The 580 taylor made the driver 3 wood the 5 the 7 are all fantastic .I am looking for the 3 and the 5 any one with those clubs out there



Review Date
January 4, 2008

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Reviewed by: beakaroo ,  Shoots in the 90s

Model Reviewed:
r580 5 wood

Summary:
This is an awesome fairway wood. Its nice off a tee and the turf too. This thing is accurate. I like to use it of the tee on a short par 4. I can knock it to around 230-240 off the tee. Easy too draw I usually hit a weak to hard fade so it will staighten out a tee shot or from a a nice lie in the fairway



Review Date
December 11, 2007

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Reviewed by: j Smith ,  Shoots in the 90s

Model Reviewed:
taylor made 580 ti fairway metal

Summary:
I agree with the previous review on the TM 580 fairway woods. Maybe it's the titanium rather than steel that makes these clubs special. I own the 3, 5,and 7.
These clubs are lasers and I haven't hit any fairway clubs like them. My golf buddies tell me to never lose my 5 wood or I'm toast.

Customer Service:
none needed but hear it's good

Similar Products Used:
adams



Review Date
May 17, 2007

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Reviewed by: T. Covey ,  Shoots in the 90s

Model Reviewed:
TaylorMade R580 TI Fairway Wood

Summary:
Why post a review for a 4 year old club?

This spring I decided it was time to completely retool my golf bag. With the exception of my Cleveland CG10 wedges I had planned to replace every club in my bag (driver, fairway woods, hybrid, irons, and even my putter). Through the process I must have demo'd just about every new club produced by the top manufacturers in golf. I bought new irons, and a new driver, and a new hybrid, and even that new putter, but despite my best efforts, I wasn't able to find a single fairway wood I liked better than my R580 TIs. They sound great, and the feel when you hit one on the screws is fantastic. The 3 wood is as long as I'd ever need it to be off the turf, and the 5 wood fills in the gap to my hybrid perfectly.

For my money, the R580 Ti fairway is one of the all time great clubs.

The one knock on the R580 TI is the stock MAS 60 shaft. Even in stiff flex it's a bit whippy. I've actually decided to keep the head but replace the shaft with the new Aldila VS Proto.

Customer Service:
Had to replace my R580 driver twice. Hassle free with a quick turnaround time on both ocassions.

Similar Products Used:
Cleveland HiBore Fairway
Callaway X, X Tour, and X Hot
Titleist 906F
TaylorMade Burner
Nickent 4DX Fairway
Ping Rapture



Review Date
December 27, 2006

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Reviewed by: shovellover ,  Shoots in the 80s

Model Reviewed:
Taylor Made R580 TI Fairway Woods

Summary:
Excessively long for a 15* 3wd. Easy to crush from tee or fw.
Sets up like a mini driver. Head appears larger than really is. Once you hit a couple off the deck you'll know how easy it is to control.
Trajectory & sidespin are easily controlled. No suprises here.
Get a stout enough shaft. A common complaint i've heard about the 580's is that they tend to balloon. I use an xflex shaft & have no such problems. Not a fan of the stock MAS...

Customer Service:
TM is tops, through & through.

Similar Products Used:
Where do i start...
Wilson Blueridge steel
Mizuno MP-001
Nickent GH plus
Cleveland Launcher ti
Titleist 904
Callaway Big Bertha 'o4
TM R7 steel



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