Dynacraft Jackaroo Utility Clubs Irons

Dynacraft Jackaroo Utility Clubs Irons 

DESCRIPTION

Introducing Dynacraft's answer to those who have trouble with long irons, The Jackaroo, taming those hard-to-hit clubs. Copper metallic flake finish. Replaces hard to hit long irons Deep centers of gravity help get the ball airborne Generous offset helps keep face square at impact Copper tungsten sole weighted rails reduce turf drag from the rough Ultra low centers of gravity position almost 75% of the Jackaroo's weight below the equator of the ball. LEFT HAND NOW AVAILABLE! Assemble with .370" iron shafts

USER REVIEWS

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[Aug 06, 2001]
Stephen
Shoot in the 90s
Model Reviewed: 15 Degree

I assembled the 15* myself with a TriGold Stiff shaft. This is my true "rescue" club. I use it when I flub a drive and the club has bailed me out many a time. I can hit this at least 230 yds. This is always my second club on Par 5's I have come within yards of reaching some of them in two. Swing easy and let the club work for you. These play like a iron so your stance and ball position should reflect this.

Similar Products Used:

None

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[May 31, 2001]
John
Shoot in the 100s
Model Reviewed: Jackaroo 21*

After 4 rounds with this club, I really like it alot. I get a nice high 175-180 yards with a smooth easy swing...and VERY accurate. Much better than me or my regular partners ever hit a 3 or 4 iron. This has replaced my 3 iron (which I can never get in the air) and my 7 wood (which is hard to be accurate with) I must admit to less that great results from thick rough though. I recommend to any mid-high handicap, especially for around $35-40 for steel shaft models.

Similar Products Used:

None

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
[May 16, 2001]
Steve
Shoot in the 90s
Model Reviewed: Jackeroo 15, 21 & 24 deg

I bought the 24 deg first and loved it so much, I bought the 15 and 21. All 3 are shafted with TT XL Lite. These hit more like irons than the Quick Strike which is more like a wood. Here's the breakdown on each club.
24 deg- A pure dart thrower of a club. Incredibly accurate from fairway or rough. Trajectory is lower than Quick Strike or a 4 iron. Excellent distance with moderate roll due to lower trajectory.
21 deg- Same as the 24 with more distance and lower trajectory. Also is excellent as a chipper around the green.
15 deg--Long, boring shots that cut right through head and cross winds. 35-50 yd roll after ball hits fairway!!! Great club if your only shot is something that has to stay low.
If you like variety in your game, a marriage between the Quick Strike and Jackeroo line works wonders. There isn't a shot you can't hit with these.

Customer Service

Great company. Very helpful when trying to decide about shafts, grip,etc.

Similar Products Used:

Quick Strike 18 deg

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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