RRP:    £179.00 31 August 2010
TG Rating:
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4.5 out of 5

According to our testers, this was the joint best-looking club on test. The sleek, unfussy design and compact head profile won it top marks with David and Stuart even before they had put it behind the ball, although pro James admitted it might intimidate a higher handicapper at first.

Incredibly forgiving was how our low and mid handicapper testers described this club. They both found it easy to launch and that’s why both rated it better off the deck than the tee, as did pro James. Roger found the opposite and he enjoyed a great ball flight off the tee, while it was also one of his longest on test.

Overall all four testers said they would have no problem putting this in their bag straight away – which is high praise indeed – although Stuart admitted he would prefer to bring the ball flight down slightly to make it a more effective option for him.

Looks: 4.6 Tee: 3.8 Fairway: 4.4 Forgiveness: 4
Distance: 4.6 Dispersion: 4.3

Product Information

Womens Available No
Left Handed available Yes
Custom-Fit available No
Adjustability No
Shafts Nanospeed-100W carbon graphite shaft
Lofts -

The innovative Nanospeed 3i Fairway Wood head construction with an ultra-light carbon crown fundamentally alters the weight distribution within the club head, increasing the launch angle and reducing spin for a longer carry and run.

Meanwhile, the compact Aeropentagon Shape head smoothes the airflow for greater impact speed.

The Nanospeed 3i is powered by the new Nanospeed 100-W shaft featuring dual ‘Nanoscience’ technologies – Nano Elastomer and Elastic Ti – that combine to deliver improved control of the club head and ultimate impact speed.
Lofts available: 15°, 18°, 21°

Web: www.yonex.co.uk

Tel: 0208 742 9777

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