RRP:    £40.00 23 November 2006
TG Rating:
4 out of 5
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Owner Rating:
3 out of 5
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What we say...

4 out of 5

The cute little head of the Benross Escape 3G rescue club has a tendency to fall closed at address which is ideal for most club golfers trying to straighten out a wonky slice.

It’s hard to fault the quality of the golf club design, the grip feels soft and tacky and transmits good feel. The shaft is decent quality and the club is finished beautifully.

Its performance is solid without being exceptional, but at less than £40 with a steel shaft you can’t go far wrong. We particularly liked hitting the Benross Escape 3G from the fairway as it picked the ball up cleanly and precisely.

Its small head cuts through rough and sandy fairway bunkers easily, manoeuvring errant shots back to the golf course safely. This is an extremely solid golf club at an extremely solid price and should attract many.

Product Information

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Unique Trimass weight positioning featuring two weight ports. Contoured performance sole for variety of lies and optimum ball flight.

Steel: £40 Graphite: £70
Lofts: 17°, 20°, 23°, 26°

Contact: 01932 821200
Web: www.benross.co.uk

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4 out of 5

what a good club

By Anonymous

i am a junior golfer and always hit this club consistantly from the fairway or the rough. it is very easy to make good contact and the head sits nicely behind the ball. I now have no need for those dreadeded long irons and the price is affordable.

5 out of 5

great

By Anonymous

this club is consistantly straight and long i love it.

1 out of 5

Great Club

By Anonymous

consistently long and straight. easy to hit and only £60 from my pro shop

3 out of 5

Forgiving Shot Saver!

By mmelges

The Escape 3G is really easy to hit (I have given up on the 3 and 4 iron now), the excellent components make this a really good value package. Nice head design and a great shaft whips the ball up and throws it forward - not the longest but great for what it is designed to do - highly recommended.

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Benross Escape Today's Golfer 2006-11-23T15:11:00.0000000 The cute little head of the Benross Escape 3G rescue club has a tendency to fall closed at address which is ideal for most club golfers trying to straighten out a wonky slice. It’s hard to fault the quality of the golf club design, the grip feels soft and tacky and transmits good feel. The shaft is decent quality and the club is finished beautifully. Its performance is solid without being exceptional, but at less than £40 with a steel shaft you can’t go far wrong. We particularly liked hitting the Benross Escape 3G from the fairway as it picked the ball up cleanly and precisely. Its small head cuts through rough and sandy fairway bunkers easily, manoeuvring errant shots back to the golf course safely. This is an extremely solid golf club at an extremely solid price and should attract many. The cute little head of the Benross Escape 3G rescue club has a tendency to fall closed at address which is ideal for most club golfers trying to straighten out a wonky slice. 4.05
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