The new look Command W7G fairway wood joins the driver and hybrids that feature the new white finish built for forgiveness. Like the driver the fairway woods features aerodynamic speed slots in the sole of the club to increase head speed which will improve distance.
You are seeing the color white everywhere in golf now. There is a reason why clubs heads are being designed with a white finish: the white finish on the crown improves the visibility of the head against the grass, helping you with accuracy. Join the pros, get the newest advantage for your bag.
The 3 wood will include a Golf Pride Tour Wrap 2G White grip (pictured below) as the Pinemeadow Standard Grip.
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- Fitted standard with our low-torque Pinemeadow Limited Graphite Shaft for the same $59.95 value.
- Compare features, performance and price to the Taylor Made® fairway woods.
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- 431 Stainless Steel
Charlie rated this product on 11/08/13 The Golf Pride Tour Wrap grip is very tacky, but once some dirt gets built up from a round, the grip no longer feels tacky and requires some cleaning. The regular flex graphite shaft feels solid. The white finish is a pearlescent finish that I hope is more durable than the finish on the W7 hybrids which seem to chip off very easily. This 3 Wood has a very light swing weight, around C6. I am able to launch my ball out to 200 yards or more total distance and my swing speed is only about 90-95 mph (I can go over 100 mph with my TMAG R11S driver). The feel is so-so, it doesn't register as much as my R11S but it certainly feels better than the 3W in my cheap Dick's starter set. I needed an inexpensive but good quality 3W for a beginner/high-handicap player, and this definitely fits the bill.
Ray rated this product on 10/31/13 Won't say it's great, but for the price it does some good stuff. I bought this because, well...I just don't hit woods that good and I am always looking for some help. Guess what, since this is just mediocre off the fairway floor, I am still looking! With it, I got lots of slices, hooks, chunks, and getting upset. However, if you have problems hitting a driver into the trees or into the next fairway, this might be your solution...Because I have been inconsistent with my driver recently, I used this the other day as a lark, and I went fairly straight with only about 10-15 yards less than driver on the 9 holes I hit it off the tee. IMHO I think Pinemeadow should market this as a driver substitute, because it is excellent in that regard. As a 3 wood off the floor, not so much (face is too high).
D. Walker rated this product on 08/23/13 Love this 3 wood, I've purchased many products from you guys and this club might just be the best one yet. I don't think I've hit my driver since I bought this club, if you don't hit your driver well or you're considering an alternative off the tee I would look into buying this 3 wood. DW
Mike Kenley rated this product on 07/03/13 Great 3 wood. I hit it the same distance as my Ping driver and since the 3 wood is easier to hit, I took the driver out of the bag and now use only the 3 wood off the tee.