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Strata Set de golf 12 pièces Droitier
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- Formes et positionnement du poids pour maximiser la tolérance.
- DRIVER 460 avec zone de frappe optimale
- BOIS DE PARCOURS avec forme aérodynamique et tolérante
- HYBRIDES et FERS pour une confiance et contrôle maximales
- PUTTER avec aide a l'alignement T-STYLE pour plus de précision.
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9 clubs : Driver, Bois 3, Hybride 5, Fers 6/7/8/9/PW et Putter. Ces clubs sont conçus pour produire une performance maximale des leur première utilisation et un surplus de confiance du tee au green. Contenant un Driver forgé 460cc, un bois de parcours, un hybride, cinq fers et un putter, le set Strata pour homme offre un bon équilibre entre distance, tolérance et contrôle.
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I'm an experienced golfer that plays with fairly high-end equipment that seems to get partially upgraded every season or two whether I plan to, or not. It's not uncommon for me to spend $1,000-$1,400 annually on upgrading equipment.
Recently, I attended a 5 day golf clinic (all day, 5 days) more aimed at beginning golfers to work on some fundamentals since there are a couple things about my swing that I'm not happy with.One of the adult male beginners had this set of clubs he'd just purchased after using loaners on the range for about a month. I wasn't familiar with them, and had no idea what they cost him. My assumption from just looking at them was that they were a boxed set in the $700-$900 range probably competing with the Adam's brand. I had no idea these clubs could be had for around $200.
I was partnered up with this guy for a 9 hole scramble on the second day of camp. For kicks, I asked if I could hit his driver. I hit a very low spin 240 yard drive right down the fairway with one practice swing - this is a normal drive for me distance-wise. I was impressed - again, still not knowing the price tag.
For the rest of the round, I hit his clubs. They were fine... they really were. I thought the putter was a little light, and the woods were a little light at the club head (but honestly, they just felt like the Ping G30's to me... hit like 'em too). I don't think using his clubs for that round cost me a single stroke - in fact, I think I probably lost a couple strokes because all 5 of my drives were essentially straight. The irons and hybrids carried well... no issues at all. I've messed around with starter clubs before, and years ago (many), I burned through a few sets myself. The quality of these clubs surpasses other starter sets I've played.
I'm surprised that these clubs can be had for around $200. It seems to me that they're quite the bargain at that price.
Apparently it must of not been ready for action because 3 swings and the head snapped off and flew about 60 yards. Clean break. I thought maybe I hit the ground and caused it, but nope, no scuffs on the bottom or on the mat. Just broke on impact.
Thankfully Amazon replaced it via exchange. Here is to hoping the next set holds up.
Update 8/30/16: I've owned these for about 9 months and they're still going. Sadly, I haven't played a round with them... but I've been to the range a bunch of times. No flying clubs heads or snapped shafts for me. Still 4 Stars.
**I also correct some typos in the original review.
--- Original Review ---
I haven't played golf in about 10 years. My old set was supposed to be at my mom's house. I guess ten years’ worth of garage sales made my clubs disappear. ;-)
So... I was in the market for a decent but relatively cheap set. I looked at discounters (Wal-Mart, Costco), sports stores, and of course, Amazon. I saw that these were made by Callaway. Hmmm, good start. The price was on par with other good, but not premium names (Macgregor, Wilson, and off-brands that I'd never heard of). I figured, "What the heck. It can't be any worse than my old set."
When the set arrived I was pleasantly surprised. The bag is really pretty good. The materials are nice. The bag design doesn't scream "cheap golf set." The "cooler" pocket is open-top, by the way. I guess if you stuck some blue ice in there it could keep your drink cold. The zippers and snaps all seem to be solid. Consider this in the price you are paying. A bag at Sports Authority will probably cost you $100 and this one is just as good.
Woods: Wow! These hit really nicely. The oversized driver is great. The 3W is good too. Only the driver has a graphite shaft. The 3W has a steel shaft. It doesn't bother me, but in the description it sounded like the 3W also had a graphite shaft. The product photo does shows a steel shaft on the 3W.
Hybrid: I never hit a hybrid before I bought this. But now that I've worked out the kinks I think this is a good club too. It's definitely easier to hit than a long iron (for me anyway). Here's how I hit it: I move the ball back in my stance. That way I'm hitting the ball in the descending part of my swing.
Irons: These are great! If you look at the newest Callaway irons they have a hollow cavity back. So do these! The fit, finish, and materials are nowhere near Callaway quality, but these clubs are seriously forgiving. I'm very impressed.
Wedges: Nope. Not in the 12 piece set. I just got a PW. It's as good as the rest of the irons. I bought a used franken-wedge set (50-55-60 degree) to round out my short clubs.
Putter: This is the weak point. The putter looks cheap and I've read reviews that the black finish wears off very quickly. It's okay, but the balance isn't how I like it. I prefer a putter that doesn't twist at all when I swing it. This is the very next upgrade I want to make.
Overall, I am very happy with this set. The woods hit well, the irons are great, the bag is nice, and the price is right.
I would recommend these to any beginner or prodigal golfer.