Nicklaus Dual Point Fairway Woods

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Dual Point

  • High Launch
  • Increased Ball Velocity
  • Enhanced Stability Through Impact
  • C.G. “Center of Gravity” aligned
  • Multi-layered face–Thinner
  • Club’s center of gravity

User Reviews (5)

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keivin   Shoots in the 80s [Aug 29, 2011]
Model Reviewed: nicklaus dual point fairway woods

I have been buying and experimenting with different clubs. I absolutely love the Nicklaus dual point fairway woods.Very long and accurate. A somewhat small head makes you concentrate a little more. I hit my 3 wood off the tee and hit it a little thin,very bottom of club. Ball was straight low liner right down the middle. Having problems with my driver so I can hit 3 wood off tee just as far as my driver. Love them. I have 3,5,7 woods.

Customer Service

Not used

Similar Products Used: Cobra sz,Cleveland Launcher Titanium
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5
VALUE
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4
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NEPAgolfer   Shoots in the 80s [Apr 07, 2009]
Model Reviewed: Nicklaus Dual Point 24*

This was the first hybrid i had ever bought. I wanted something to replace my 4 iron which i only used with success on long par 3's. I decided to try a hybrid to gain a little more consistency on longer approach shots.

The Nicklaus Dual Point has been a really great club and has exceeded my expectations. I hit it solid from all lies and my greens in regulation have gone up dramatically from 180-190 yards. The steel crankshaft is also solid. It seems to play more on the stiff side which is what i play anyway. For the money i couldn't have picked a better choice IMO. Great club.

Similar Products Used: Nona
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
golfsuccess   Shoots in the 90s [Nov 05, 2008]
Model Reviewed: dual point OS

This is an excellent club. It is easy to hit and the ball goes far. This club reminds me of the much hyped Bobby Jones Hybrids. What is the point of trying to get distance if you can't even hit the ball consistently? Well, you just might solve your problem with this club. Give it a try!

Customer Service

Excellent.

Similar Products Used: Taylormade rescue, Tour Edge Exotics, Sonartec, Callaway X, Bobby Jones, Adams Idea pro, nike sasquach.
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5
VALUE
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5
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jjloans   Shoots in the 70s [Oct 11, 2008]
Model Reviewed: Dual Point 13*

This thing is a cannon. Mine has a 78g V2 shaft and I got it on the cheap from Ebay.

Takes some focus to get it up off the turf, but still a winner. Of the tee on short or tight par 4's, it is a monster. I am driving it maybe 10-15 yards less than the driver. Great balance, nice heavy swingweight, great sound.

I am looking to try a Dual Point driver soon.

Great stick!

Customer Service

NA

Similar Products Used: Most everything. I looked long and hard for a 3 wood that was the stick. This is it. Still have the Ping ISI Tec 5 wood in the bag, another winner.
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5
VALUE
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5
Greg Lockhart   Shoots in the 80s [Sep 26, 2007]
Model Reviewed: Nicklaus Dual Point 3 Wood

I was frustrated at my long game - I couldn't seem to find a club that would go farther than 200y off the deck. I read reviews in 2 golf magazines about the 'New' Nicklaus Dual Point. Seems Nicklaus Golf has gone upscale, with a Fujikura Regular shaft to boot! I took a chance and bought it for $150. My first shot I put over the green on a Par 5 second shot! I used my laser and I hit it 240y! Not bad for a 90mph swing speed. I used it off the tee on a dogleg, and hit it as far as I usually hit my driver! I highly recommend this club, and thanks for helping me rediscover my long game.

Similar Products Used: Went back and bought the matching 5-Wood which goes 210-220y. The ball comes off the face and feels like I am hitting a forged iron - feels like butter!
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RATING
5
VALUE
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5
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