Orlando rated this product on 04/07/10 Played a round with my usual group the other day. They all play with high dollar clubs. Heard some smack talk about my Pinemeadows. I challenged them all to hit the Q4 off the box. All three of them had their best drive of the day! It was awesome!
Mark rated this product on 03/18/10 The Q4 was my first driver and I was always really happy with the distance but I was extremely inconsistent and rarely straight. Unless the fairway was really wide I would fall back to my 3 wood (a command as well, which I love) I has a miss hit go off the toe of the club which cracked the head of the club. Evan though I had bought a used club (from the site here) Pinemeadow offered to replace it no questions asked. In the end I didn't take them up on it since my wife had bought me a new Nike driver I still really appreciated the great service. That being said the Nike Sumo2 driver transformed my game the first time I had it out, it is dead straight and incredibly consistent. It sounds terrible but it is my favorite club in my bag.
d.r. reviewed this product on 02/19/10 bought club 4 years ago, havent used it in 4 years except to hit rocks off of the ground... Its very easy hitting 200 yards straight with this club but I normally hit 250+ with my big bertha that I payed $89 used. So I wouldn't recommend this club because it doesn't provide the punch you get from some name brands
Eric rated this product on 01/09/10 Ok, so it was April fools day in 2009, when I first wrote a review about this great club. At that time, I only gave it 4 stars, but now more than 8 months later, it definitely deserves a 5 out of 5 rating. Why is that ? The following above description is very true: "The moveable tungsten and steel weights create customizable launch angles and ball flight options. Six weight configurations give you total control of your game. " This ability to customize your driver, to compensate for individual swing flaws, for new, and struggling golfers, as well as those that want to refine the quality of their game, is a very useful feature. Personally, when I remember to ease back on my grip pressure, and focus on striking the rear of the ball, I am consistently hitting them longer and almost always straight down my target line. You can easily spend from $300.00 to 500.00 for an adjustable driver. Just look at the "top performing," TaylorMade offerings, and their suggested retail prices in the Feb 2010 Golf Magazine. At just under $100.00, how can you not at least try this club !!..." No Foolin' !"
Matthew rated this product on 10/28/09 My name brand driver that showed i was an obvious rookie at golf with a lot of inconsistency and struggles, broke and a friend at work recommended Pinemeadow to me so I ordered the Command Q and received it shortly a week later. The Command Q and Pinemeadows quality craftsmanship has me looking like a quality amateur driving the ball a consistent 260 YDS and much less slice than before. The customer service is unmatched and a rare commodity now and days and you canâ€™t beat the quality of the club for the price. I wont buy from anywhere else now!