KZG SP-700 Drivers

SP-700

SP-700 Beta Titanium face is heat treated and forged to give the optimum distance allowable under current USGA COR Rules. Engineered for accuracy, this driver assures straight shots even on toe and heel hits.

User Reviews (4)

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Merf1   Shoots in the 80s [Jan 23, 2010]
Model Reviewed: KZG SP-700 355cc

I've had the KZG SP-700 driver (355cc version) for a few years now. All told, it's an outstanding driver. First, the sound and feel is terrific. SP-700 in the face makes a real difference. With this Ti type, KZG was able to go thin (2.7mm) given the tensile strength. You sense the extra spring like effect that you may or may not experience with 6-4 Ti faces, which need to be made thicker to be confirming. The flight is boring and long...very long. You can work the ball a bit and the 355cc in particular squares up nicely. A pleasure to play with.

Customer Service

KZG is a premier company that does indeed cater to golfers with discrening taste. They do this of course through a networking of highly trained, dedicated dealers. I know two in the Bay area that have provided terrific customer service.

Similar Products Used: KZG Gemini, KZG SPJ, Callaway.
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5
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5
KoolAid   Shoots in the 90s [Aug 31, 2009]
Model Reviewed: KZG SP700J

I Am 13. This Driver has greatly increased my distance and accuraccy over my old taylormade 200 Steel. I used to max out at 270, but that has all changed. Now I max out at 310, my average is 280-290 and i'm not really tall. I'm only 5'6. I got this club with an Accuflex Super Boom Stiff Flex. I think the shaft does half the work because the club gives exactly what the shaft is named, Super BOOM. BTW i only got it for $30 US Dollar

Customer Service

Didnt need it

Similar Products Used: Taylormade TI Bubble( factory, hated it )
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5
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5
fireberd350   Shoots in the 90s [Aug 03, 2005]
Model Reviewed: SP700j

I recently got fitted for a new driver and ended up going with the SP700J. FYI: The J denotes a larger head with more contact area. The ball simply flies off the club, more than any other than I've hit. I'm a firm believer that no club you hit will magically make your ball go straight but this club does "help". Most of the credit goes to the shaft. I went with a Harrision Striper Tour 70 shaft with a pretty firm flex. It works great with the KZG head. The head sounds great on contact and the ball had great ball flight with the 10.5 degree (and the Harrison shaft). The club is forgiving but also allows for some workability. I have an inconsistent swing so sometimes that workability becomes a bad shot that I wanted straight. I've read the the SP700 is basically a Gemini without the dual wall face, thus allowing workability, but also has forgiveness and incredible distance. Overall I can highly recommend the club. Getting fitted for the club with the right shaft is much more important than anything though, keep that in mind. Some other thins to keep in mind, the paint job is of excellent quality and the head does not dent easily. I duffed a few shots on the toe and heel and there are no signs of dents or damage. The only problem I've had is a small chip on the top of the club from a miss hit. Other than that the club is holding up very well!

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5
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5
W.W. Stilley   Shoots in the 80s [Aug 03, 2004]
Model Reviewed: KZG SP 700 Driver

Best driver I ever owned. I moved up to 10* and picked up more carry. 10%+ improvement in distance and hit more fairways, with the UST gold shaft from old Ping driver. It must be the SP 700 head. My wife has the same head on a lighter shaft and improved her distance and control greatly.

Customer Service

Mickey and Nancy Russell at ProAm Golf worked to direct me to the right clubs for me and have taken care of all my needs. They also made my wife happy!!

Similar Products Used: Ping and Calloway
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5
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5
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