PGA Collection EZ3 Fairway Wood Review

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  • TG Rating 2.5 out of 5
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  • RRP £32.99

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Today's Golfer Fairway Wood Test 2011

Tested: August 2011
Testing panel:
Stuart Priestley (Belfry Pro)
Michael Gow (HCP 7)
David Connor (HCP 10)
Alan Doodson (HCP 17)

Dave, Ben and Chris all rated the DXi pretty highly, with Dave saying he thought it was one of the best and most versatile clubs Wilson had produced in recent times. Chris liked the stronger ball fl ight and said he’d be really comfortable using this off the tee and Ben agreed. Even as a higher handicapper Ben liked the more compact head profi le but unusually this really put Leon off, even as a better player. But although he didn’t like the head profi le it still performed very well for him.

Distance: 3.3
Dispersion: 4.5
Looks: 2.4
Feel: 1.3
Forgiveness: 1.8
Tee: 2
Fairway: 2.1

The PGA Collection EZ3 Fairway Wood has been developed by PGA professional to give medium to high handicappers the ultimate game improvement clubs. The latest in club design is incorporated with an off-set design to give more time for the clubhead to get square at impact for longer, straighter shots.

Easy distance can be a reality thanks to the low centre of gravity and high tensile steel head in these stylish fairway woods, which produces a better ball speed off the face and ideal flight trajectory.

Web: www.pgacollection.co.uk
Tel: 01452 611 888

Product Information

Left Handed availableNo
Custom-Fit availableNo
AdjustabilityNo
Shaftsez3 graphite shaft
Lofts

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