What we say...
If you’re after a rescue club that sounds like your driver, you’ll not be disappointed with the Callaway Heavenwood. Balls ping off the face with feel and power.
The sculpted sole cuts through rough just like the Callaway Warbird fairway woods, and we found the golf club to be equally as effective from fairway, rough and tee. Its narrow, slender head means the golf club will not be to everyone’s liking, because it sits almost awkwardly behind the golf ball, and our biggest concern was a tendency to lose shots right of the target, which wouldn’t be great for anyone who slices the ball.
But if you are a proven ball striker and want a decent rescue club, this is worth a look if only for the massive choice of lofts.
These hybrids have all the performance of a long-iron and yet have the forgiveness of fairway woods.
Steel: £119 Graphite: £129
Lofts: 14°, 17°, 20°, 23°, 26°, 29°, 32°
Contact: 0208 391 0100
Callaway Rescue Clubs User Reviews
only had the hybrid 2 weeks , replaced cleveland halo then previously taylormade rescue mid, this is the best of the 3 in my opinion.
Not the best rescue but not the worst by all means. Seems to have a slightly lower flight than most which is good from the tee and fairway but not frome the rough. Worth a look.
That's the sound it makes when struck well, it sounds like a driver and it hits longer than my uncle's TM rescue dual off the tee!!!, but not so good in rough and a bit on the heavy side too. a good club for someone who likes the sound of a driver from a utility club.