Doublewall 3 Wood
Along with the driver, workability in the fairway wood is what we have been striving for throughout the product design on the Doublewall 3 wood. A compact low profile head design giving you the cutting edge on those ever important long shots out of any type of lie on the course. In addition, the woods can be used to hit long but controlled tee shots resulting in better scores.
The wood features a heal to toe groove pattern, allowing players to increase spin rates and avoid those "knuckle ball" shots that tend to go off target. The technology of the Doublewall face allows you to hit shots at all trajectories, work the ball both ways and have confidence off the tee box and fairway.
The fairway wood is also available in 3 different lofts letting you choose which loft is best for you. A 15* loft is recommended for most players. All other lofts are available but are suited for better players based on skill level and what loft is a better fit for them.
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- Fitted standard with our low-torque Aldila Mid Launch Pro Graphite shaft.
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- Shaft and Grip:
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- Maraging Metal
- 17/4ph Stainless Steel
- 17/4ph Stainless Steel
- Bulge & Roll:
James B rated this product on 05/15/13 I have the original dw 3 wood when it works its great,,, but thats probably my swing body shape and years playing,, with no coach or lessons, I still tend to slice I have had to replace my 3 DW with an antislice knife club from Sky tv, works a treat,,, still use your old hybrids excellent clubs, will be ordering new ones soon.
D.E. rated this product on 06/26/11 I've reviewed these before but must add that during a round with a friend who can drive a mile, I jokingly offered my 3W DW on a par 4 345 dogleg left hole. He took me up on the offer and smashed about a 320 yard shot just shy of the green. Needless to say he was impressed by the feel of the doublewall. The 5W DW is my worst case scenerio "go to" club when forgiveness is needed.
Bullwinkle rated this product on 06/02/10 I've had my DoubleWall 3-wood for a few years now (it's an original, not the "new look"). I have never been a consistent woods player; my strength has always been my irons, and I still use the set my dad bought me when I was 16, almost 34 years ago (Spaulding Top-Flite). When something works for you, you stick with it, right? Well I've finally found a 3-wood that 'works' for me, the DoubleWall is a keeper! I'm still not as consistent as I would like, but my confidence level with this club is greatly improved and still rising. I'm hitting straighter "more often" (no, I'm sorry to inform you that the club alone isn't going to magically cure your hook/slice and other accuracy woes), and I'm hitting the ball further than I'm used to. In fact, one of my biggest problems with this club is an increase in the frequency of having to apologize to the group in front of me for hitting into them. After decades of futility, I just can't accept the fact that I can hit the ball as far as I am now. The ball flies off the clubface, but yet has a nice soft feel to it, not like you're hitting a rock. It's just a great club all around. The one drawback I have with this club, however, is squaring the clubhead when lining up my shot; the "bulge and roll" is horrible (to me), and I can't help but wonder how much of my inconsistency is attributable just to the fact that the clubhead isn't squared properly when I address the ball. So the only suggestion for improvement that I can offer Pinemeadow is to add a center line on the clubhead or some other such visual aid if they're going to have such an exagerated curvature on the clubface. [FYI - It's even worse on the DW driver!] Other than that purely cosmetic issue, it's one heck of an awesome club! For the techno-geeks out there (like me), my 3-wood is not "stock". The stiff shaft is plus 1 inch, the grip is a Golf Pride Tour Velvet (love it!), and I upgraded the shaft, too, though I don't remember to what (there were more options available back then). I wanted a mid-low launch angle because for some reason I naturally hit a higher trajectory than normal, so the end result is more of a mid-launch for me. It is working out well. Enjoy this club, people!
Tim said the following about this product on 01/12/09 I'am think about getting the driver and the three wood. But well their be a five wood
D.E. said the following about this product on 12/12/08 Played a round today, it wasn't my best and I didn't have a lot of warm up time with the 3-wood but I must say that I'm as impressed with it as I am the 5-wood. On the 18th, I was able to outdrive my playing partners with the Doublewall 3-wood with both of themusing their drivers (extremely popular name brand whose model ends with a 7). I have had previous success with the Doublewall driver but for whatever reason today wasn't a day for my swing to groove with it. One of the things that amazes me with this design is the huge amount of roll that the ball has after landing. Thanks once again for a great set of woods, I'm definitely looking at the Doublewall hybrids for future purchases, although I'm quite happy with the Command hybrid 3 that's in my bag.