nostatic

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Turned my RadSpeed 7W up to 23.5* just for grins. I pair it with an F9 3H, and will be testing a G425 5H, figure those three might gap well. Hit is well today other than one semi-buried rough lie. The 3H is the better club (for me) in that situation. I can hit that thing out of most any lie. The 7W needs a bit better circumstances.
 

tehuti

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I snagged my Srixon Z355 7w several years ago when it was on clearance for next to nothing, and it is in my bag to stay. Since I only hit my hybrids about 4 feet off the ground I need something to get the ball in the air, and the Z355 does the trick.

But I carry it and a 3h for different situations. The 7w is great off the tee. I tend to hit it laser straight.


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Danimal

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Louis Oost.. has a 7w in the bag and claims it’s his favorite club. I may need to look at one.
 

M2Giles

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Right now i've dropped the 5 wood. Again it proved to be too hot at times so its been benched (probably permanently).

I grabbed a 3H for the time being, but the 7 wood still has me super intrigued. I played a bit last year with a 21* hybrid and while that worked, it kinda lacked pop at times and made the gap to 3 wood kinda suck.

Ping and Titleist seem to have pretty popular 7 woods so maybe i'll have to find one in the future and give it a try.
 

lil'mike

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Just added a 7wd to my setup this year! I actchanged my setp from 4wd and 4h to a 4wd and 7wd with no regrets! I did like the 4h as I think they are a very versatile club for different lies over a fairway wood button far so good.

My other set of clubs has all three fairways, 3wd, 5wd and 7wd.
 

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