Snake Eyes 653T Fairway Woods

653T

Adjustable weighting in a clean pear shaped design.If you like a versatile fairway wood that handles a variety of lies.Mid high face height, so it works off the deck or off the tee.

User Reviews (4)

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Pky6471   Shoots in the 80s [Aug 28, 2006]
Model Reviewed: Snake Eyes 653TH 21-degree hybrid

I am shooting in the high 80s and low 90s, so I need all the help that I can get... and this year I am committed to bring my game to the next level. I had a Snake Eyes 653TH hybrid, 18-degree, built for me... I liked it so much and I had the second 21-degree 653TH hybrid built, both came with the Grafalloy Prolaunch Blue hybrid shaft. Last weekend I took them out to a local range and hit a large bucket of ball (100-120 balls).. I got a little bit (5-10 yds) more distance of my 21-degree hybrid compared to my old 7-wood Orlimar, what more important is I can hit them much straighter, out of 100 balls, I DID NOT slice once, either straight or baby draw, I am so pleased, I think the shaft (low torque) has a lot to do with it.
I am having my Callaway 2004 BB 3-wood reshafted with the Grafalloy ProLaunch Blue, if I can hit much better with this new shaft , then in the future when I buy my golf club I won't go with stock shaft anymore...
By the way, customer service department from Callaway is A+++++ , I always have Callaway as my 1st choice, unfortunately none of its hybrid fits my swing, could it be due to its stock shaft?

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5
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5
Pky6471   Shoots in the 80s [Aug 20, 2006]
Model Reviewed: Snake Eyes 653 TH Hybrid

I took my Snake Eyes 653 TH hybrid (18-degree) to my home course today and I like it a lot. I can hit it high , but not so high, and straight. I got about the same distance as of my Orlimar Trimetal 5-wood, but its flight is for sure higher. The club head is very high quality and it is beautiful. The Grafalloy ProLaunch hybrid shaft is very good. This hybrid fits my swing much better than other brand names like Callaway, TaylorMade, Cleveland, Walter Hagen, Ben Hogan, Ping (I tried them all at the Golf Galaxy). I believe that as I get more use with this club, I can hit it further than my old (which I like a lot) Orlimar 5-wood.

In fact, I like my 18-degree Snake Eyes 653-TH hybrid so much I just order a 21-degree hybrid to replace my Orlimar 7-wood (My son loves my Orlimar woods, now he has my 3, 5 and 7 Orlimar woods). If you happen to try a Snake Eyes hybrid and like it, you may want to contact "shane springer" , he is very knowledgeable about these clubs and he can custom build you this club. Trust me, this is a very high quality clubs

Customer Service

"shane springer" really knows what he is talking about when he custom builds my clubs.

Similar Products Used: I did try Sonartec hybrid and I like that too, unfortunately I don't have a chance to compare Sonartec and Snake Eyes 653 TH hybrid on a golf course so I could not give them a fair comparison, but I was able to have good club contact when I tried at the Second Swing store
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5
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5
Pky6471   Shoots in the 90s [Aug 13, 2006]
Model Reviewed: Snake Eyes 653 TH Hybrid

I tested all big names hybrid (Callaway, TaylorMade, Ping, Cleveland, Walter Hagen, Ben Hogen..) and I did not care for any one of them... I did try the Sonartec and I like it a lot. Then I read good review about the Snake Eyes Quick Strike II... I was about to order this club but then I found the new-to-be built (18-degree) Snake Eyes 653 TH hybrid for $89 + $12 shipping, so I took a chance. The brand new club came with the R-flex Prolaunch Blue hybrid shaft and Winn 8 grip, plus beautiful head cover. I had it cut down 1/2 inch short (I am only 5'6"). I took it out to the range today and I love it, I hit it high and straight, with the distance between my 5 and 7 Orlimar woods, it's difficut to accurately judge the distance, but it's more like a weak 5 and strong 7-wood for me. (BTW, I love my Orlimar 5-wood)... I will take this baby to a good course this coming weekend then I would know the distance better... If I like it so much, I will order a 21-degree Snake Eyes hybrid and give my son my Orlimar 7-wood which he's been begging for it (trust me, Orlimar fairway woods are as good as any big name on the market, IMO... I can hit my old 13+ Orlimar wood better than my new Callaway BB 2004 15-degree fairway wood... Go figure

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5
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5
FRANKMELET   Shoots in the 80s [Apr 20, 2006]
Model Reviewed: 653T-H

THE BEST. HANDS DOWN! BEATS THE TM'S, HALO, OTHER SNAKE EYES, CFT, DYNACRAFT. WORKABLE, HOT, FORGIVING, MINIMAL OFFSET--PLUS ADJUSTABLE WEIGHTS. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND RIFLE STEEL SHAFTS FOR HYBRIDS FOR THE BEST COMBO OF CONTROL AND POP.

Customer Service

GOOD

Similar Products Used: MOST EVERYTHING.
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5
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5
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