Benross V6 Trimass Escape Hybrid Review

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  • At a glance

  • TG Rating 3 out of 5
  • Owner Rating 4 out of 5
  • RRP £89.00

What we say...

The head is nicely proportioned and looks great behind the ball, and the Benross V6 Trimass Escape is mostly made from good-quality components.

Yet we couldn’t seem to hit it as well as some others. Golf shots didn’t zing off the face and we were sceptical about how much use the movable weights might be to average golfers, who often just need a draw bias.

The stats showed a low ball flight, which would make this tricky to stop shots on a hard green and less forgiving on mishits.

Gives the user the chance to change two weights to promote either a neutral or draw ball flight.
Lofts: 17°, 20°, 23°
Left-handed: No

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

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  • 4 out of 5 Benross V6 Trimass VMC 3 Wood – Budget club but a top performer

    By boggybop

    Strengths: Great value - £40 for a quality club High performance Aldila shaft fitted as standard Variable Mass Control works a treat, the ball flight is controllable at the twist of a wrench High quality grip fitted as standard Powerful, low ball flight – especially from the fairway. Weakness: On (terrible) mishits the club isn’t overly forgiving. £39.99 – that’s the price I paid for this great 3 wood. Around 8 months ago I found myself in limbo; I had just parted company with a much loved friend, a Ping G2 to be precise, and didn’t know what to do. Did I go out and spend £150 on an expensive club which would be used maybe 3 times at most during a round, or go for the budget option. I elected to go for the budget option, and I have to say it was a great golfing decision. Benross are an upcoming brand, who is beginning to forge a reputation for top quality clubs at low prices; this means that they have established a large fan base in the process. The Benross V6 Trimass VMC Fairway features Variable Mass Control to promote a neutral or draw bias- this can be swiftly altered by rearranging the weighting system in the clubhead. The clubhead itself is made from a high grade two-piece 15-5 cast steel construction with a robot plasma weld face and thin crown technology for a deeper centre of gravity with a greater moment of inertia for accuracy, forgiveness and distance. The club is fitted, as standard, with a green Aldila NV 75 Shaft, another top quality component which improves the overall style of the club. Finally the Golf Pride Lime Grip finishes the club superbly. Using the club I have found a long, low, punishing ball flight which travels a great distance. Using from the tee the 3 wood is exceptionally easy to use and has a high ball flight with long carry. Off the floor, as with any 3 wood, the club is more difficult to use. The club seems to be fairly forgiving and versatile but when struck severely incorrectly then the results are disastrous to say the least. The clubhead is fairly heavy, and when coupled with the lightweight shaft promotes a faster swing speed which should equate to a greater distance. For just short of £40 this has been an ideal 3 wood and I would highly recommend it to any level of golfer.  

  • 4 out of 5 I like it alot.

    By James Edwards

    I can hit it from the tee, fairway, rough anywhere. I hitt it a big distance from off the fairway i usualy hit it dead strain or a big draw about 240 yard 23 degrese. Love it.

  • 1 out of 5 Very Disappointed

    By trob

    Very poor , low flying shots funny swingweight

  • 5 out of 5 its a great club

    By James Edwards

    i hit 170 yrd of cary and i hit is so well i have it set on a neautral club weight and its easy 2 hit off a low tee and great out of and lie but it is quite awquard sometimes 2 get it off the floor but altogher is the best rescue i have ever tried

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