Wilson Deep Red II Tour 350cc Drivers

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Deep Red II Tour 350cc

  • The Deep Red II Tour Driver has 40% more weight moved lower and deeper on the club head
  • The result is more weight behind the ball producing greater velocity at impact
  • Center weighted for the golfer looking for distance and shot-shaping workability

User Reviews (3)

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torontored   Shoots in the 100s [Nov 17, 2005]
Model Reviewed: Deep Red II Tour 9deg

I've spent six months searching for the perfect driver to replace my Big Bertha. I was in no hurry to move to the oversize head driver since I could still out drive my playing partners with the old technology, but I had noticed they had started hitting more fairways than me and so decided to make the change. I tried every one of the big name clubs, and several lesser brands. I was looking for looks and feel that gave me the confidence I need when I tee it up. I wanted to improve my accuracy significantly without sacrificing too much, if any distance. I thought my search was in vane, and then I pulled a WILSON DEEP RED II TOUR, with 9 degrees of loft and factory graphalloy stiff shaft. The club looks amazing, with a beautiful lustrous deep red head, and feels great. The balance was the best I have felt, and when I tried it out in the shop it just felt great!! I then took it to the range, and hit 80 consecutive drives, not one carried less than 260, and the accuracy was fantastic. No more than 35 yards left to right!! I think I could hit any fairway in the world with this club. I took a look at the impact marks and despite having numerous ballmarks close to the heel, the toe and near pop-ups, the ball just flew! I highly recommend anyone to try this club, at$100 cad, it was a total bargain, since I had budgetted $300....bring on spring, I am going to break 80! The headcover?? It seem to fit just fine on my driver...

Customer Service

untested

Similar Products Used: ping g5,g2. Nike Ignite, sasqautch(?), titliest, callaway BB II, Callaway R5 R7. Ben Hogan big ben cs3...and many more.
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5
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5
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dferguson1   Shoots in the 80s [Aug 27, 2004]
Model Reviewed: Wilson deep red II tour 350 cc

I have a beta titanium forged titanium 290 cc HRC with a UST 75 gold shaft. I like it allot but wanted to try a larger head. Notice all the tour pros were using heads about 300 to 400 cc. Do not know the average size for a touring pro but they were bigger than my 290 cc. OK now for the evaluation. Yesterday I drove three balls with old driver and 3 balls with my new deep red II 350 tour. First reaction to the Wilson Deep Red was I did not like the feel. It was heavier than my other club. First balls hit went further with the old driver, however I noticed the Wilson Deep red tended not to spray. Near the end of my test, hole #8 I hit two balls about 15 yards further than the old driver and right down the middle. Do not like the feel or sound but it is growing on me. It is a real good looking head. The cover is too tight , stupid design. I notice the sweet spot is twice as large as my 290cc. Glad I got the 350 cc rather than 400cc. 350 is as big as I want to go. Bottom line, I think I love the club. Should knock some strokes off the score.

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5
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5
ForgedRbest   Shoots in the 80s [May 31, 2004]
Model Reviewed: Deep Red II Tour Driver

Purchased off of Ebay for $100.00. I new the shaft would not be too my liking since I play x stiff. This club came with a .350 graffaloy reg. I install an Innovative 602 .350 x-stiff high kick, 2.5 torque, spined. Went to the range and hit a few balls and thought, okay about as good as my Taylormade 360, but the launch was slightly higher. Since the range balls are worn I could not tell if the distance was different, but the Wilson was definately easier to hit straight, matter of fact a controlled draw or fade was much shallower then the TaylorMade. When I got to the course though, it was WOW! I normally hit the ball 15 to 20 yds. longer then my friends, including the pro we play with. With a good ball, Pro V1, I was hitting it 30-40 yds. past everyone. With the good ball I found that draws and fades were just a matter of grip pressure and set up. All in all the club is beyond belief, but you must change to the correct shaft for your swing, also the DeepRed color is awsome, everyone keeps commenting on the beauty of the club. Only drawback is the head covers, they suck, they are not long enough to protect the shaft.

Customer Service

Not needed, I do my own club repair.

Similar Products Used: TaylorMade 360, good club. TaylorMade Burner II, good club. TaylorMade R580, sucks even with a good shaft. TaylorMade R540, fair club but too expensive. P.S. the TaylorMade factory shafts in the R500 series are terrible if you have a fast swing.
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5
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5
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