Perfect Perfect Club 3/4 7 Fairway Woods

Perfect Perfect Club 3/4 7 Fairway Woods 


Replaces 3&4 irons and 7 wood
21 degrees loft
39.25 inches in length
Slightly offset
Rounded sole plate
Grafalloy shaft medium torque
Golf Pride Tour Velvet grip
Conforms with USGA rules


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[Jun 23, 2007]
Shoots in the 90s
Model Reviewed: Perfect Club 3/4 7

Purchased off Ebay (Rock Bottom Golf) new for $50, so I figured what the heck. Big skeptic of info-mercial stuff, so I didn't expect much, but I could appreciate the concept of a specifically-designed shorter length shaft club, since I hit my high irons very well but the others not as well. Anyway, went to the range yesterday, and the club delivers as promised - VERY straight, moderately high, and about 190-210 yds. Also VERY easy to hit with my "7-iron" swing; i.e., short backswing and hit down on the ball. The only downside for me is the offset club face, as I do not slice the ball but infrequently have a hard pull. But with the shorter shaft, I found I could control this tendency.
In summary, great club (esp. for slicers), would be perfect w/o offset, and I am now considering the Perfect Driver.

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Several brands of hybrids (Adams, Mizuno, Cobra).

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