Marshall G rated this product on 04/25/10 I don't use this club (3) very often but when I pull it out of the bag I have complete confidence in it. A smooth tempo swing routinely gets me 220-240 yards and dead straight. Grounding the club naturally leaves the club a bit closed. Simply align your grip and you are ready to go. Before I got this I tended to try to muscle my 3 iron with not very good results.
Louis W rated this product on 04/17/10 Yeah, the key is swinging the club nice and easy, Fred Couples style, and letting the club head to all the work. If you try to "muscle up" with the club, you will get poor results. Tough to get at the ball on downhill lies, though; still need the irons for those shots. I now have the 3 and 5, and have ordered the 2 hybrid--the three will replace my "Tight Lies" woods and long irons in the bag.
Rafael T rated this product on 04/15/10 I recently purchased the 3 and 5 hybrids based on the reviews as well as help from PMG's customer reps---and I must say that the clubs live up to the hype. I predominantly used the 5 hybrid on my most recent outing, so I'll limit my comments to that specific club. As previous reviewers have indicated, it took me a couple of swings to get accustomed to the club, but once I was comfortable, a "medium" swing resulted in significantly longer and consistently straighter shots compared to other hybrids that I have tested. My friends were impressed given that Iâ€™m typically the guy that shanks most shots. The built quality looks to be solid, and the fitting was dead on for me. Finally, customer service was top notch---they even followed up via email to make sure that my clubs had arrived on time and if I had any questions/concerns. Overall, the 5 hybrid is an excellent club and I highly recommend it. Iâ€™ll review the 3 hybrid once I fully test it out, but I anticipate similar results to the 5 hybrid.
Kyle rated this product on 04/06/10 WHERE IS THE LEFTY 2? -- ALMOST SATISFIED CUSTOMER
Louis W rated this product on 03/27/10 I bought the 3 and 5 hybrids. At first, I couldn't do anything with them. Then I read one of the comments here about forgetting the golf magazine tips and just hitting them easy, like a pitching wedge. When I did that, the ball took off like a rocket--effortless. Glad I didn't give up on the clubs.