Ok, so you tee off on a par 5...Your drive went ok but not great and your about 275-300 away from the green. What is your next club of choice? Ah, there ya go...ya need something that will give you distance, good flight trajectory and able to hit with ease just as if your driving off the tee. The 3 wood...keeping in mind that a "3 wood" comes in lofts of 13* to 16+* depending of the maker of the wood.
Your 3 wood is a great equalizer if your driver is not working at all, or you are wise to recognize that the driver is best left in the bag on a certain hole.
They say that a 3 woods can go longer than a driver is true under certain factors. This is mindbending when you do so, when all others in your group used driver.
Your 3 wood is a good friend.Answer 2
The only way you can determine if you need a 3 or 5 wood or both is to play both and find out the approximate yardage you attain with each. Also determine if you are more comfortable hitting woods than you are hitting long irons. The present gap is much too large between the driver and the 4 iron. That is a spread of 50 yards which could be filled with both the 3 and 5 woods. Then you also have to determine which club/clubs suit your home course best.Answer 3
a 3 wood can be difficult to hit off the ground, but can be a good club off the tee when a driver isn't needed. A 5-wood is easier to hit off the ground, and you can get a good bit of loft with it. A 5-wood is actually a very good club that is easy to hit. Hope this helps.Answer 4
it may be my swing but oddly i like my 3 wood better then my 5 wood of the carpet and the 5 wood better then the 3 of the tee. but that's just me.
o and i would recommend buying a taylormade v steel 3 or 5 wood they are the best. Answer 5
Get the 5 wood. You'll like this better.Answer 6
i do great with the 5 wood. i think u might to since u hit like me good luck!