Liquidmetal HLS Fairway Woods

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The HLS Series produce the optimal launch conditions required for maximum distance off the tee and accurate approach shots from the fairway. Multiple loft options ensure that golfers of all abilities will find the HLS Series suited to their game. HLS Fairway Woods produce the Pure Energy Transfer giving golfers the most forgiving, accurate and versatile approach shots from any lie. Special lightweight graphite shafts have the same flex profile from driver to fairway woods to ensure a consistent feel and balance through the set.

User Reviews (3)

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lmc3   Shoots in the 100s [Dec 16, 2003]
Model Reviewed: Liquid Metal 7 Wood

Read the review on golfclubreview.com and decided to try it out. This club has a 23 degree loft and a nice factory regular flex Apache TTR Shaft(feels stiffer). Both combine to help get the ball up quickly off the deck. The club face has a Liquid Metal insert and balls leave "hot" with a nice "ting" sound to them. Even with my moderate swing speed and below average form, am able to hit balls off the deck 170-180 mostly straight! This club is much easier to hit than my 3 iron. If I can hit it, anybody can. Good luck!

Customer Service

Crina Bigelow with Liquid Metal is very knowledgeable about the LQM products. I highly recommend her.

Similar Products Used: Calloway Steelhead, Cleveland Quadpro
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RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
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churchme   Shoots in the 80s [Jun 21, 2002]
Model Reviewed: Liduid Metal HLS

I've been looking for a 3 wood which looks traditional yet is still forgiving. I've used the Titleist 975F, but found it not forgiving enough. I have also used the Ping I3, which I really liked, but found the stock shaft too whippy. The Liquid Metal HLS is as nice looking as the Titleist, but as forgiving as the Ping. It sounds great, has a beautiful trajectory, and hits the ball as long as any. The stock Grafalloy shaft feels great, and at the current closeout prices, they just can't be beat.

Customer Service

Haven't tried.

Similar Products Used: Titleist 975F, Ping I3
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Robert   Shoot in the 90s [Jul 14, 2001]
Model Reviewed: HLS 15 degree

I was searching for a "safe" 3 wood to use on tight holes. Had been having problems with the very shallow faceed 3 woods. Did some research - and went into the Watts store to buy a Ping I3. Just happened that a Liquidmetal rep was in there and he of course was trying to sell his product. Anyway I demoed the 15 degree 3 wood and bought in instead of the Ping. (They had just lowered the price $100) Used it for several rounds and it's exactly what I was looking for. Total confidence off the tee and as long as any. I like it so much I went back and was thinking of getting the driver. According to the salespeople at Watts, the driver is great - IF you have a well grooved swing and tend to hit the sweet spot. So will stay with my Quadpro driver. But the 3 wood is great.

Customer Service

Sent an e-mail question, got a reply within hours.

Similar Products Used: Most on the market
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
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5
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