Steelhead III Drivers
Steelhead III got my control back
I, like other golfers have lost our ability to keep our swings in check because of oversized heads on drivers. We tend to swing without control hoping the large sweetspot will save us. The 225cc head on the Steelhead III driver is a perfect size and makes you control you swing path better than larger heads. I haven't missed a fairway since I returned to this driver.
December 18, 2008
Great Driver! The Best!
This is a good club for those of us that don't need a 440000CC club head! It hits straight and long! Great club!
November 16, 2008
If you don't like ...
If you don't like swinging the brick on a stick clubs, this is a great one! I loved the sound and the distance.
March 30, 2006
Small head driver works for me
I wanted a small-head driver and this fits the bill. After a short adjustment period, I'm hitting it more consistently than my old driver and just as far.
July 21, 2011
Steelhead III Best feel and sound!
Best feel and feedback of anything on the market. The sound on impact is perfect. From the feel and sound I know exactly how I hit it.
March 29, 2009
Always had problems squaring the club face with those big headed lite drivers. I have GBB II fairway woods and love them. This club matches the feel of the GBB II's and is easy to hit straight. May not get the distance of the newer drivers, but not much shorter. Plus how much do you gain by staying in the short grass. This club will drop your score by four strokes a round for the mid-high handicap golfer.
March 31, 2008
Great Fairway Wood in Disguise!
Great club for windy conditions off the tee or to take advantage of hard fairways in wintertime (greater roll). My loft is 9 degrees with a regular shaft, probably not the best specs for my slower swing speed. However, the smaller head of the Steelhead III driver allows for good contact off the deck on fairways (particularly for second shots on long par 5's). With roll, fairway shots can average 200 yards or more. Sweetspot is small and not as forgiving compared to current 460cc drivers, but the clubface is much easier to release and square than the larger headed, longer shafted drivers. This might help some slicers. Smaller head also allows for slightly more clubhead speed than with the 460cc drivers, also helping with distance. Consider carrying this club as a second driver, replacing the 3 wood for windy or hard fairway conditions. Tee the ball much lower off the tee than with the big drivers.
January 8, 2008
Great balance and feel
The modest size of this driver gives it a great feel, control, and speed; hitting a 9 degree firm shaft. Recommended to anyone who doesn't like a balloon on a stick.
May 29, 2007