Jazz Troubleshooter II Fairway Woods

Jazz Troubleshooter II Fairway Woods 


  • Tungsten weighting in the soles
  • Center of gravity
  • Higher launch angles


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[Mar 23, 2005]
Brent Nadeau
Shoots in the 80s
Model Reviewed: Trouble Shooter 17*

Once I became accustomed to making a slower, more controlled swing, this club became very productive. Off the tee I could hit it around 230 yards, and very straight. I snapped the shaft right at the hosel twice, however, and brought it to a shop to get a rifle steel shaft put in...have yet to try it as I have since bought 3, 5, and 7 Nike T-40's. The Jazz is a very solid feeling club that likes a smoothe swing. The shallow profile created a lot of fatties I I tried to go after the ball too hard with it, but when you make contact it soars. I don'T know how it would be for working the ball, but the feedback is minimal. All and all, a very good product for the price.

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