Hawk Eye Fairway Woods
easy to hit long and straight
Someone who hits fairway woods well will love these clubs after the first shot or two. Someone who isn't confident with fairway woods should definitely try these clubs. After a couple of trips to the driving range, these will be your go-to clubs on par fives and long par fours.
July 15, 2011
New technology has nothing on this club.
Great club, easy to hit, outstanding distance. Like cars - no need to buy new. The ball will go just as far and accurate.
September 15, 2014
Easy to look at...easy to hit
I'm a collector of golf clubs but only those that genuinely contribute to helping the average golfer play the game and secondly, actually look like a golf club and not a missing piece from some space ship. The Callaway Hawkeye series of woods are exactly that. Easy to hit and sport a conventional golf club appearance. I believe they may have been designed by Dick DeLaCruz which to me says it all. They have a rounded leading edge which helps the club head through any grass or turf instead of digging in like other clubs with straighter leading edges. The weighted plug puts the energy directly behind the ball and gets the ball airborne quickly. All you have to do to see if a club has value to the golfing public is check out what they are selling for on the used market. Callaway Hawkeye woods have held their value since they were introduced. I'm just glad I've put together my collection. I recommend Callaway Hawkeye woods.
August 24, 2014
It does not get much better than these!!
Nicely balanced clubs. I have the 3,5, and 7. The distance is better than any other fairway metal out there. Accuracy is very good with a nice draw with a smooth swing.
August 12, 2011
BEST USED CLUBS ON LINE. WOULD HIGHLY RECOMMEND.
September 14, 2014
for what i paid
this product is great for the price i paid. i used to have one back in my younger days.
November 29, 2013
Just what I was looking for
Even though they are older clubs, I really like them. Have the 3 and 5 and am very satisfied with the 7. Being left-handed, it's hard to find many good used clubs. Callaway has always been a great source for me. The club condition was listed as Average, but it's really in great shape. I also used the trade-in option to basically cover the cost.
October 17, 2013
the best fairway wood
The Hawkeye fairway wood is a perfect transition size and shape from iron to wood. Does not need a head cover and is the best size for the function. A fairway wood should never be painted or be too big in size as they look awakward when addressing the ball. Headcovers are a hangover from wooden clubs and a stupid time consuming part of the game. Stewart MacDougal[@]
November 24, 2011