D.E. reviewed 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.
Joe D'Amico rated this product on 11/22/08 I have to disagree with the previous review. I have had my DW 3 wood for about two months and I am very happy with its performance. When hit on the sweet spot with very little effort the ball just flies off of the club face with very long distance. I get a nice clean and crisp sound. I have had many of my friends try this club and they also experience the same results. It is a Great Addition and Compliments the DW Drive which is fantastic. When it comes to equipment everyone has their on expectations and as someone once told me "it's not the arrows it's the Indian"
Billy Miles rated this product on 11/17/08 club looks great, feels great, everything about it i love except the performance and isnt that what really matters? The face is dull, dead, and it has a weak squishy feeling when you hit it. I hit my r7 3 wd. about 210-245 so i was expecting the same distance with more forgivness. But the ball came out low and rolled out to a wopping 125-175, i thought i was just having an off day so i switched back to my r7 and i was back to normal. My swing felt great the clubs feel was great but the shots just sucked. Hope this helps anyone interested in buying.