Although we are only four months into 2017, we are going to help you decide which clubs to try out. Based off of the performance from our Fairway Golf customers, here are the high performance clubs we recommend.
Pros: The center of gravity on these drivers are lower than any other driver out there. Lower CG translates to higher launch and less spin which is the recipe to longer drives. More forgiving than the M1. Most players are averaging a 5 yard increase in distance, which is why we are placing this driver in the 1st spot.
Pros: The sound on the Epic drivers are the best we have heard. Instead of a hollow sounds, it is like a sweet metal sound. The crown on the Epic drivers are more subtle than the TaylorMade M series. The Jailbreak technology expands the sweet spot and generates more ball speed.
Cons: The adjustment hossel for Callaway can be confusing to remember.
3rd: PXG 0811X Driver
Cons: If you like a hollow sounding driver, then this driver is for you!
1st: PXG 0311 Irons
Pros: Because PXG are hollow, they are very forgiving and absolutely increase distance for everybody. Although they are have a blade profile, they have the performance of cavity backs.
Cons: The ferrule looks smaller than other iron brands.
Pros: The feeling on these irons are softer than the TM P770 irons. With such a slender profile, these irons are made for players that shape their shots.
Cons: Not the most forgiving iron. Only recommended for great ball strikers.
Pros: This is as long and forgiving as it gets. The tour pros use these in their longer irons to launch them higher and hold the greens.
Pros: This putter has the highest motion of inertia out in the market. There is no question that it is the best putter out there because many tour pros (even the non-TaylorMade players) are switching to this putter. The red putter is softer than the black version.
Cons: The red color is not the most appealing to consumers.
2nd: PXG Drone Putter
Pros: High motion of inertia. The weighted screws make it easy to line up to the ball. A soft and hard insert is available to choose from. The insert is similar to the TM Spider.
Cons: The shape is hard to get used to.
Cons: The back end of the putter might get caught at the impact position.
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