Perfect Mens Plus Graphite Fairway Woods

Mens Plus Graphite

User Reviews (3)

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Denis   Shoots in the 90s [Sep 22, 2005]
Model Reviewed: Perfect Plus-Graphite shaft

I am now shooting in the mid to high 90's and not always in the 100's because of these Perfect clubs. Have the Plus, Spoon and Accuracy. The absolute worst part of my game was hitting from the fairway. I tried several top of the line 3 and 5 woods (Cleveland, Cobra and Taylor Made) and I had a problem with each as far as consistency went, and play and practice quite a bit. These are great clubs for better players, I had a problem with the longer shafts as the Perfects proved. These are not huge sellers according to the folks at Dicks Sports, and I truly believe it is because of the name. Too many golfers look at them as a gimic! These are great clubs for those of you at my level (90's on most courses, low 100's on those very tough ones). These clubs have brought consistency and at least some respectability to my game (at least with the guys I paly with)

Customer Service

not needed, yet.

Similar Products Used: Cleveland Launcher, Taylor Made 580, Callaway Big Bertha.
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
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5
doctored   Shoots in the 80s [Aug 08, 2005]
Model Reviewed: perfect plus

I got this club last year when I got a new set of irons & dropped the 3 iron. I ended up using it to replace both my 3 iron & 5 wood. The club is a little shorter than I was used to originally, but once I adjusted it is giving me better distance than my 3 iron & much more accuracy. It has a very heavy head which gives good contact, but produces a fairly low penetrating ball flight. My accuracy for hitting greens with it has gone from 24% for my 3 iron to 36% with the Perfect Plus at an average of a half club greater distance.

Customer Service

Got it from Golfsmith, speedy delivery, no complaints.

Similar Products Used: generic 5 wood, graphite-shafted 3 iron
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
habs001   Shoots in the 80s [Jan 23, 2005]
Model Reviewed: Perfect Club 18 degrees

Great club for those that have any sort of trouble hitting fairway woods or long irons off the deck. Sets up very similar to a 5-iron and I put the same type of swing I would on my mid-irons. Makes this club extremely easy to hit. Gets a nice boring trajectory and 5-wood distance. I use it off the tee on short par 4's long par 3's and tree-lined holes. Tee it up low and a nice smooth swing launches it right down the middle everytime. My first round out with it, hit a par 5 in two (very rare for me). Easily the best addition to my bag in 5+ years. I was pleasantly surprised that it wasn't just another TV gimmicky club *cough*PureSpin*cough*.

Similar Products Used: various "name brand" 5 woods.
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RATING
5
VALUE
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5
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