Srixon W-403AD Fairway Woods

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W-403AD

The New Srixon W-403 Fairway Woods are an achievement in the art and science of Fairway Wood design. With a face profile that's the perfect depth the W-403's impact power face and maraging steel construction launch your shots off the fairway with the perfect speed and trajectory.

User Reviews (6)

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simple_golfer   Shoots in the 70s [Oct 01, 2010]
Model Reviewed: Srixon W403AD 3 Wood

I have been searching for a good 3 wood for a long time and I believe I have found it in the Srixon 403AD. It is a medium sized head but still bigger than most Srixon fairway woods. The face height is perfect for hitting off fairway lies and off of a tee, where this club really shines. The feel and sound off the face is the best of any 3 wood I have used. The club is long due to the higher ball speed off of a maraging steel face. My driver ball speeds are only 5-7 mph faster than this 3 wood, so the energy transfer between club and ball is just as efficient as titanium. I am using a heavier than stock Fujikura E370 shaft in stiff flex and am getting a strong medium/medium-high trajectory with this setup. Don't be intimidated by the 14.5 loft as it is just as easy to get up in the air as a 15 degree. I found mine on eBay. You may be able to find it for a good price because Srixon is not that well known. Yet.

Similar Products Used: Callaway Steelhead 15, Cleveland Launcher 15, Orlimar Trimetal 15,19, Srixon Z-Steel 12.5, 14.5, Titleist PT15, Titleist 980F 15
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gperl   Shoots in the 90s [Jun 09, 2008]
Model Reviewed: srixon 403-AD 7-wood

Only use one wood off the fairway. An older Srixon 403-AD 7-wood , that I picked up at golf galaxy. Unbelievable to hit, nothing else like it.

Similar Products Used: Nike rescue club, Macgregor eye-o-matic fairway wood, callawy fusion.
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jesusschabel   Shoots in the 70s [Apr 12, 2006]
Model Reviewed: srixon 403 ad 3 & 5 wood

I resently went to a demo day at the local driving. For the past couple of years I've been looking for a wood that would complete my game. See Ya on tour.

Similar Products Used: Taylor Made, Ping and Titliest
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Stephen   Shoots in the 80s [Oct 03, 2005]
Model Reviewed: Srixon W-403 AD

I’ve been using a Titleist 908f 3 & 5 woods for the last couple of years and been very happy with them – didn’t think I’d change. Never thought of using Srixon clubs until a pro recommended the W-506 driver. After getting the driver I tested the fairway woods. They are longer (20 yards longer) and more forgiving than the Titleist and Callaway which I tested at the same time. Not much else to say other than I now own both the 3 and 5 woods (stiff shafts). These are great clubs.....

Customer Service

Not used.

Similar Products Used: Titleist, Taylormade and Callaway.
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Mitchel   Shoots in the 90s [Sep 12, 2005]
Model Reviewed: Srixon W403AD 10.5 deg Driver

This driver replaces my Callaway Hawkeye Driver. I wanted to try the oversize 400cc+ models. Tried alot of drivers at on the simulator at Mamoth golf in Maryland. Some 450cc clubs felt a little heavier than this driver. This driver is around 420cc and slightly closed. I consistently hit this straighter and longer. I have had a lot of success with this driver. The 10.5 degree driver has a reasonably high kick point and I tend to hit a more boring tragectory despite the high loft.

Customer Service

Had simple questions answered. No other experience.

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MrYip777   Shoots in the 80s [May 22, 2005]

Let me start by saying that in the last year and a half, I have hit or owned most of the fairway woods out there in my personal quest for the "perfect fairway wood". That includes Cleveland, Sonartec, KZG, Tom Wishon, Titleist, Taylor Made, Orlimar, MacGregor, Ping, and Wilson Staff. They all make excellent products, and none of them beat the latest WD-403 woods from Srixon in my opinion. I now own the Srixon WD-403 3 and 5 woods with their proprietary SV-3000 shaft. Clubhead and shaft are extremely well designed to work together. Their ad copy says that the hitting area is designed to be "neither too big nor too small" and I would agree completely with that. I have found in these clubs a very smooth consistency that I simply did not find elsewhere. They also hit the ball as far or further than any of the other club/shaft combinations I've tried. Don't know what else to say but suggest you find a "demo day" somewhere and check them out if you're not satisfied with your current fairway wood(s). In all fairness I will say that the latest from MacGregor (NVG series) is quite excellent and in my opinion is the same class as the Srixons. (Srixons can be had for less $ right now) Also the KZG and Tom Wishon offerings are fantastic. Since these are components however they have to be mated with a shaft that will work for you and that can be tricky. (and expensive if you don't get it right the first or second time..) The really nice thing about the Srixon product is that it comes with a great shaft already.

Customer Service

no experience.

Similar Products Used: I think pretty much all of them.
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