Louisville Classic 50's Fairway Woods

Classic 50's

User Reviews (5)

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jibby   Shoot in the 100s [Mar 29, 2001]
Model Reviewed: louiseville niblick 7

i pretty much suck at golf so i don't know how much my opinion counts, but i absolutely love this club. i've been golfing for about 6 months now on mostly borrowed sticks, i finally decided on buying the niblick (maple laminate). i wanted something that was different, you know, not like those "i'm cool, i've got the latest technology" crap. still, i was kinda apprehensive on using something that was out of the norm. so i bought one club to try it out first. i love it. the feel and sound of this club are absolutely incredible. much better than that "tink tink" sound of metal woods. don't believe all that techno crap, give these clubs a try and you won't regret it.

Customer Service

wanted to know how i liked the club they built me. who else does that?

Similar Products Used: taylor made supersteel, ping i3, mizuno t-zoid
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Flamin' Bill Dearth   Shoot in the 70s [Jul 01, 2000]
Model Reviewed: Classic 50's 5 wood

I posted this review earlier, but it must have expired. Excellent persimmon wood! With the demise of Wood Bros. and Joe Powell woods, this is the last great persimmon company left. You may think that you need Ti's for your driver, but you don't need Ti's for 4, 5 and 7 woods. Great feel and great distance with the added ability to shape the ball.

Customer Service

Excellent Customer Service!

Similar Products Used: Wood Bros., Founders Club, Callaway, Maltby et al - fairway woods
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Brett Illers   Shoot in the 80s [Dec 16, 2000]
Model Reviewed: Niblick 3 and 5 wood

These clubs are awsome much more acurate than my metal woods. This design is easy to hit from the tee the rough or fairway. And at 85 dollars for the laminate version a great deal also.

Customer Service

Excellent customer service the person who made my club actually called me to see how it was playing You dont see that from the large clubmakers

Similar Products Used: Callaway steelhead, Orlimar trimetal, Taylor Made Supersteel and Firesole, Snake Eyes CMF and Maltby Trouble Out
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Ira Schild   Shoot in the 90s [Sep 06, 2000]
Model Reviewed: Niblick fairway woods

These probably deserve their own listing. Apart from the Classic 50s and the Smart wood series, Louisville also makes an amazing utility wood: the Niblick. I carry the 5 & 7 woods of this design, which features a relatively low profile persimmon body on top of a solid steel keel. An improvement (I think) over the Stan Thompson Ginty design, with a very low center of gravity, and a versatile design that works well from rough, hardpan, fairway bunkers and the short stuff.

Customer Service

Great service & individual attention

Similar Products Used: various other metal & wood fairway woods
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Al Fleckenstein   Shoot in the 80s [Aug 09, 2000]
Model Reviewed: Louisville Golf-Smart 3 Wood

Fantastic persimmons club. Booms the ball as far as my BBB Callaway and it gives such a nice sound when hit. Always down the middle and long. Plus, I like to out drive the Titanium guys - especially with a 3 wood. I also use their 10.5° driver and 5 wood, but the Smart 3 Fairway Wood gets the nod most of the time. 260+ yards are common.

Customer Service

Great direct service from Louisville Golf

Similar Products Used: Callaway, Taylor, Titleist Drivers-9°-11°
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