TaylorMade VSteel Woods Drivers

TaylorMade VSteel Woods Drivers 

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[Nov 12, 2008]
I wont tell
Shoots in the 90s
Model Reviewed: Taylormade V-Steel 3-wood 15 degree

This is a truly epic club. I have confidence with this club from any lie, and it never lets me down. I've used a couple other fairway woods, but this is by far the best. Excellent job Taylormade.

Customer Service

none.

Similar Products Used:

None to state.

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5
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5
[Jun 04, 2004]
Irishgolfer
Shoots in the 70s
Model Reviewed: v Steel 3 Wood

I picked this club up new on eBay, while travelling in the US. I got it for a good price. I opted for the stock S flex and it is 15 degrees. Anyway here’s my thoughts. I find it very easy to hit, good trajectory and good from a variety of lies, tight (like playing off tarmac) to flush. It looks great setting up to the ball and has a nice feel off impact. I would say that this is one of the nicest clubs I have hit in a while. I wouldn’t say it is the longest club on the market, but I feel confient these days in pulling it out of the bag, either to hit off a tee or on the dance floor. I agree with an earlier reviewer about the grip. I needed to chunk it up with a Golf Pride Softie. I used to have a Mizuno Blue Rage. I always found it hard to get off the ground and a bit “hooky”. I’m sure it is the shaft (and the player!!) but at this point I am getting better results with the TM. I carry a Titliest 975J driver and a Mizuno 7 wood. I have no plans to change the Big Dog, but I would be tempted to give the VSteel a crack in the 7 wood option.

Customer Service

None

Similar Products Used:

Mizuno Blue Rage, Callaway(s)

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5
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5
[Apr 15, 2004]
nacc15
Shoots in the 70s
Model Reviewed: Taylor Made V Steel 3 Wood

Everyone should buy this fairway wood! This is hands down the best 3 wood on the market. Taylor Made really outdid itself when it designed this club. I am playing with the 65 MAS S shaft which actually may be a little too whippy for my swing speed, but I am hitting the ball really solidly, and have no problem hitting it from the middle of the fairway. Since buying this 3 wood, I am on the greens of more par 5's in two than ever before. Even a mis hit still travels fairly well, and is usually straight enough to allow me to get up and down more than 75% of the time. My only minor gripe could be that the ball does not come off of the face as "hot" as other fairway woods. But who really cares when the ball is straight? (I have no problem giving up a little bit of distance for much greater accuracy.) Also, I ended up getting my V-Steel regripped with Winn Grips because I hated the stock rubber grip. (Taylor Made has always had really bad stock grips in my opinion.) I highly recommend this club to anyone looking for a new fairway wood. This is without question the best 3 wood on the market today, and I plan on playing this club for many, many years to come.

Customer Service

Never had to deal with them.

Similar Products Used:

Callaway Warbird, Cobra, Adams, Orlimar

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5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Jan 08, 2004]
PDanney
Shoots in the 100s
Model Reviewed: 3 and 5 Woods, Graphite Shaft, R-Flex

I am new to golf - started playing regularly in August - so I have a unique perspective on golf products. It took me a good two months before I was comfortable using woods anywhere but off the tee but once I started using an 18 degree i-wood from Nike (in combination with my Tommy Armour irons), I grew in confidence. At my local range I tried a bunch of woods including Cobra, Titleist, Big Bertha and the V-Steels. Hands down, I liked the Taylormade product best. The address is very nice and feel is superb. The v-shape on the bottom of the club plays very nicely on and off the fairway and the size of the face is surprisingly very easy to hit straight. I now am using woods regularly in situations where they are called for (I used to use my long irons). The shots from the Taylormade V-Steel clubs are generally as straight and certainly longer. It has improved my game by increasing my confidence on those long second shots. And, as we all know, mental confidence is probably as important on the fairways as anything else. My only complaint would be the stock Taylormade grips - but that is only because I prefer the Winn Excel Standard feel over rubber. Even though I got them for free from an office promotion, I certainly would have paid up to $175 each for them - something you can easily find on eBay.

Customer Service

No Need

Similar Products Used:

TaylorMade R580 Driver, Titleist 822OS Irons

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5
VALUE
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5
[Dec 14, 2003]
kander7
Shoots in the 70s
Model Reviewed: Taylor MAde V Steel 15 Rifle 7.0

This is a very good 3 wood. It is very easy to control trajectory and also to let it rip. I really like the way it sets up behind the ball. This and the Sonartec SS-02 are the best woods I have hit.

Customer Service

never used

Similar Products Used:

Everything made

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5
VALUE
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5
[Oct 30, 2003]
Jeremy Bush
Shoots in the 90s
Model Reviewed: Taylor Made V-steel 15 degree 3 wood

What an unbelievable 3 wood! If you don't have one, go get one. I have hit many 3 woods and nothing compares in distance, feel, and accuracy. I got this one for a steal on ebay. I still can't believe it. What a great club at a great price.

Similar Products Used:

titleist 981, tommy armour hts, adams redline, callaway steelhead

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RATING
5
VALUE
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5
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