Zero Tolerance Crown Jewel Spectra Fairway Fairway Woods

Zero Tolerance Crown Jewel Spectra Fairway Fairway Woods 

DESCRIPTION

From ZT Golf: A new fairway series to match the popular Crown Jewel Spectra driver. The CJ Spectra Fairway features a confidence inspiring oversize head and an ideal mid trajectory.

USER REVIEWS

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[Apr 13, 2002]
jeff lowe
Shoots in the 70s
Model Reviewed: zero tolerance spectra

ZT spectra 3 wood GD YS 9.1 stiff 43.5 inches golf pride softie grip 255 cpm D3 swingweight Hit this 3 wood at the range today for the first time ever. The first thing I noticed was that I had a very low ballflight with it. It is a piercing ball flight and very controlled. It seemed to be easier to hit fades or a straight ball which I have been looking for. Usually I play a regular to firm flex but the YS9.1 did not feel stiff at all and had the pronounced kick that it is famous for. Very good feel. Impact feels very close to the driver but not quite as solid. This club is an honest club as if you put a good swing on it, you are rewarded. It is probably not as forgiving as many other fairway woods but I was not looking for that. I wanted a club that would give me a straight ballflight or just a slight fade or draw and this club delivers. This club would be very good for good ballstrikers or mid-low handicappers as it is not the most forgiving but is more of a players club in that it doesnt have a shot bias at all. It can be hit straight, fade or with a draw. The only concern I have so far is the rather low ballflight but other than that the club is what I was looking for.

Customer Service

John has the best customer service and is always a pleasure to deal with.

Similar Products Used:

callaway steelhead, cleveland launcher, KZG CH1

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
[Aug 30, 2001]
Tampajoe3
Shoots in the 80s
Model Reviewed: Zero Tolerance Crown Jewel Spectra fairway

Strength:

None

Weakness:

None

I have used the Spectra fairway for three rounds and a dozen or so trips to the range. Its 15* (170cc) with Zero Tolerance''s new XLT70 shaft in stiff flex. It is a blue shaft that fades to black at the tip. The clubhead looks like a mini version of its big brother. It looks similar to a Ping for those not familiar to Zero Tolerance products. About me, I am now sporting a 9.8 index. My driver swing speed is around 100mph. I''m 5''9". I have tested the Zero Tolerance Crown Jewel fairway with ZT''s power 65 shaft. This club was versatile for me as I was able to hit it off the fairway and tee with ease. The Spectra is very good off the tee, but it is taking me a little more time to get confident off the fairway. The Spectra provides a much different feeling than the CJ fairway. It gives the more familiar tink when hit. The ball seems to jump off the face quicker. I found that I needed to swing better for the Spectra, maybe because of a square face compared to a slightly closed face on the CJ fairway. The Spectra has a slightly taller face. The shaft on the Spectra seems to be a little stiffer. My misses with the Spectra were to the right initially. Kind of a push shot. It took me some time to get dialed in with the shaft. I''m not sure if its going to replace the CJ fairway, but its another quality product from Zero Tolerance.

Similar Products Used:

Zero Tolerance Crown Jewel fairway Cleveland Quad-Pro

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
[Aug 09, 2001]
Chris
Shoot in the 80s
Model Reviewed: Zero Tolerance Spectra fairway 3 & 5

Terrific fairway woods. Compact but the face is not too shallow. Thy kind of resemble the Ping I3 woods but are better looking. They are long and workable and give a solid metallic "tink" sound when hit. Trajectory is medium and forgiveness is first rate. These have to be considered if one is looking for a good fairway wood!

Customer Service

When to talk to John Lee, you're talking to the PRESIDENT of the company!! How cool is that?!

Similar Products Used:

Orlimar Tri-metal, Callaway GBB, Integra L-1, Dynacraft Hypersteel

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Jun 20, 2001]
Marc
Shoot in the 70s

Club tested ZT Spectra 15* with ZT Pro 2.5 shaft

Looks.... A smaller version of ZT Spectra Driver a nice Dark Metallic Black with a gold emblem as a alignment aid and sets up well behind the ball

Performance....This is one of the easiest fairway woods to hit from tight lie's or out of the rough.You can draw/fade or hit high/low shot's at will and with a
mid-trajectory ball flight very forgiving just like the ZT Spectra Driver.Also very long off the tee and accurate on tight par four's

Overall...This is a very solid fairway wood which produces a mid ball flight and a solid feel and with the ZT Pro 2.5 shaft this club is one of the best out there at half the cost of comparable clubs on the market.....

Customer Service

Best customer service in the business

Similar Products Used:

Callaway BB,Taylor Made Burner,ZT Fairway Master

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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