Snake Eyes Quick Strike Fairway Woods

Quick Strike

Quick Strike Fairway wood heads feature much of the same technology as the Quick Strike II utility wood heads with a slight offset to help prevent pushing or slicing and heel-toe tungsten weights in the rear sole to stabilize the head and provide high trajectory. Also, the rear skirt walls are thicker than standard fairway woods to further enhance trajectory and forgiveness. The hosel is designed to allow custom bending for lie angle and face angle for total customization.

User Reviews (3)

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achimt   Shoots in the 70s [Sep 06, 2008]
Model Reviewed: Snake Eye Quick Strike

Currently in my bag, matching to my 600XC irons I have two hybrids. The 20 and 23 degree Quick Strike. Both I build with the original shaft and the Snake Eye Winn grips. I play stiff shafts.
Over the past years I was trying some hybrids and fairway woods and never really could make up my mind. So I put those two in my bag and it was a winner. They have a great feel to it and I am not missing my 2,3 or 4 iron a minute. As a matter of fact. I probably could leave my 5 iron at home as well. This club looks good and has a nice feel to it within the sweet spot. It is much smaller then some other hybrids on the market. I personally like that, but I can imagine that for beginners the bigger head gives more security.
The price is pretty good for the club you get. I think it can help improve your game. But remember, it needs to fit. Meaning, you need to feel good about the club itself even looking at it.

Customer Service

Again I bought the material at the Golfsmith Store in Portland Oregon and I was very happy with the service and the effot they put in. Whenever I am in the area I stop by and get some of the great sales, they have to offer.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
briann   Shoots in the 70s [Aug 31, 2006]
Model Reviewed: Quick Strike I Tour 15*

I purchased the Tour (low offset) model head in 15 degrees because I wanted a club that would be more versatile than a three wood. I wanted the Tour model because I dread high offset clubs (it makes alignment harder and worsens my tendency to hook). I put this head on an Aldila Gamer Hybrid Shaft in stiff and the results were fabulous. This club is so easy to hit from just about anywhere, i.e. from the fairway, tee, or light rough. The ball gets up much easier than a 15 degree three wood; however, the Quick Strike is denitely shorter than a 15 degree three wood or the TaylorMade Rescue hybrid in total distance (about 10 yards). My swing speed is about 110 mph with my driver and the QS produces about 225-235 yards of total distance. However, compared to the TaylorMade Rescue, the QS is has better (more solid) feel, better accuracy on miss-hits, and a better look at address. In conclusion, the QS Tour (head $25-35) is a wonderful alternative for a player who wants a lower offset hybrid but doesn't want to dish out big bucks on a TaylorMade Rescue Tour Preferred hybrid. While, not as long as a three wood, the QS is easier to hit and more versatile.

Similar Products Used: TaylorMade Rescue
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
jjloans   Shoots in the 70s [Nov 16, 2005]
Model Reviewed: Quick Strike 3I/4I

First, the picture above does not match my Quick Strike Hybrids... mine are smaller, shaped a bit like the original rescue clubs by TM. That said, these sticks are just great. They have an extremely high launch angle, and land very soft. I have a Cleveland HALO 1 iron, and I like these every bit as well. I think the crisp sound at impact is even better than the HALO, and I picked these up in great shape for $35 each, vs. the $129 per for the HALO, a easy decision! S flex graphite in both, great balance and very acurate. Far preferrable to my regular 3 and 4 irons in my CG2 irons, although they are great irons..... just more consistent, better confidence over the pill. A smooth swing gets it out there as far as a gorilla with these. Get one!

Customer Service

Not used, but now owned by Golfsmith, so I would think the service would be great.

Similar Products Used: Vulcan (Eccch!)Taylor rescue (Nope) and rescue mid (good stick) Wishon (Felt klunky)Hogan (close, but no cigar)
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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