Super Concorde Fairway Wood Head-RH

 
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W-0901-RH
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#3+/13º RH
W-0901-RH-003P-13
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#3 RH
W-0901-RH-003-16
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#5 RH
W-0901-RH-005-19
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#7 RH
W-0901-RH-007-24
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#9 RH
W-0901-RH-009-27
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#11 RH
W-0901-RH-011-31
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#13 RH
W-0901-RH-013-34
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#15 RH
W-0901-RH-015-37
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Super Concorde Fairway Wood Head-RH

  • Compare to Adams® Tight Lies™
  • The shallow design allows the Super Concord to be played from the fairway as well as the rough.
  • Shallow face lowers the Center of Gravity for improved trajectory and playability.
  • The low center of gravity also helps to promote a high soft ball trajectory.
  • Stronger lofts increase overall distance.
  • The proven and popular Super Concorde woods are available in eight lofts
  • Loft, Lie, Face Angle +/- 1°; Weight +/- 3 gm tolerance.
Wood Loft Lie Weight Volume Club Length
#3+ 13° 58° 212 135 cc 43"
#3 16° 59° 212 135 cc 43"
#5 19° 60° 217 130 cc 42"
#7 24° 61° 222 125 cc 41"
#9 27° 62° 226 120 cc 40.5"
#11 31° 62° 230 120 cc 40"
#13 34° 62.5° 234 115 cc 39.5"
#15 37° 63° 238 115 cc 39"

 

Right Hand: #3+ to #15 Material: 17-4 stainless steel
Finish: Metallic-Gray Hosel: 0.335"
Face Angle: Breadth: 73 mm (#3 W)
Face Height: 32 mm (#3 W) . .
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7 Review(s)  



5 Most useful customer reviews (see all reviews):
Bonghyun Baek
Jul 12, 2021
I prefer fairway woods in old style. These days we can see woods with bigger head but I don't feel comfortable with them. To conclusion, it is very nice fairway woods head, feeling solid and showing a good carry distance with a high trajectory. I am very satisfied

Disadvantages: lighter head weight than other usual fairway woods.
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Bert M
Jun 21, 2021
These heads are great! Their low-profile makes it easy to get higher trajectory. Caution: When playing off tee, tee very low or risk pop-ups!
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Ronald Haraway
May 19, 2021
Love these metals. Have the 3 thru 15. Age and back surgery slowed my swing and irons just dont make it. These are so easy to swing.

Advantages: Weight snd balance

Disadvantages: Had to buy just the head. If you know your shaft type it is cheaper to buy a fabricated club
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Luc Van Daele
Apr 14, 2021
I had these clubs in my bag at the end of the millenium, sold them some 5 years ago and switched to Adams Tight Lies 2 (the Adams 22° 7 wood suited my bag better then the SC 24° 7 wood). I found them to play very similar and the same lofts (16° and 19°) played at the same distance (even there was some 20 years difference in technology).

Now I repurchased the Super Concord 5 and 7 wood and fitted them on MCS 75 shafts (A/L flex - 1" extra tip trim to the A flex to produce a flex similar to R with a somewhat lower trajectory). I find them a bit easier to hit and I got the 5m distance gain I was looking for.

Comparing two clubheads with 20 years of technology difference shows that they got it right the first time around.

Advantages: Exists in higher lofts. Easy to hit, even from the rough.

Disadvantages: Does not exist in a 21-22° loft. The gap (5°) between 5 and 7 wood could be to important for some setups.
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Mitch
Sep 1, 2015
I have the 3+, 5 and 7 wood. I love the 5 wood for teeing off on short par 4s and for the second shot on par 5s. It is such an easy club to hit. The 3+ is harder to hit but when I hit it, it goes almost as far as my driver. The 7 is easy hit but I pull it left often.

Advantages: Good club for older guys who are looking for consistency not yardage. Still center club hits will give good yardage results.

Disadvantages: Small head on these clubs so miss hit are pretty bad.
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Description

Super Concorde Fairway Wood Head-RH

  • Compare to Adams® Tight Lies™
  • The shallow design allows the Super Concord to be played from the fairway as well as the rough.
  • Shallow face lowers the Center of Gravity for improved trajectory and playability.
  • The low center of gravity also helps to promote a high soft ball trajectory.
  • Stronger lofts increase overall distance.
  • The proven and popular Super Concorde woods are available in eight lofts
  • Loft, Lie, Face Angle +/- 1°; Weight +/- 3 gm tolerance.
Specification
Wood Loft Lie Weight Volume Club Length
#3+ 13° 58° 212 135 cc 43"
#3 16° 59° 212 135 cc 43"
#5 19° 60° 217 130 cc 42"
#7 24° 61° 222 125 cc 41"
#9 27° 62° 226 120 cc 40.5"
#11 31° 62° 230 120 cc 40"
#13 34° 62.5° 234 115 cc 39.5"
#15 37° 63° 238 115 cc 39"

 

Right Hand: #3+ to #15 Material: 17-4 stainless steel
Finish: Metallic-Gray Hosel: 0.335"
Face Angle: Breadth: 73 mm (#3 W)
Face Height: 32 mm (#3 W) . .
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7 Review(s)  



5 Most useful customer reviews (see all reviews):
Bonghyun Baek
Jul 12, 2021
I prefer fairway woods in old style. These days we can see woods with bigger head but I don't feel comfortable with them. To conclusion, it is very nice fairway woods head, feeling solid and showing a good carry distance with a high trajectory. I am very satisfied

Disadvantages: lighter head weight than other usual fairway woods.
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Bert M
Jun 21, 2021
These heads are great! Their low-profile makes it easy to get higher trajectory. Caution: When playing off tee, tee very low or risk pop-ups!
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Ronald Haraway
May 19, 2021
Love these metals. Have the 3 thru 15. Age and back surgery slowed my swing and irons just dont make it. These are so easy to swing.

Advantages: Weight snd balance

Disadvantages: Had to buy just the head. If you know your shaft type it is cheaper to buy a fabricated club
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Luc Van Daele
Apr 14, 2021
I had these clubs in my bag at the end of the millenium, sold them some 5 years ago and switched to Adams Tight Lies 2 (the Adams 22° 7 wood suited my bag better then the SC 24° 7 wood). I found them to play very similar and the same lofts (16° and 19°) played at the same distance (even there was some 20 years difference in technology).

Now I repurchased the Super Concord 5 and 7 wood and fitted them on MCS 75 shafts (A/L flex - 1" extra tip trim to the A flex to produce a flex similar to R with a somewhat lower trajectory). I find them a bit easier to hit and I got the 5m distance gain I was looking for.

Comparing two clubheads with 20 years of technology difference shows that they got it right the first time around.

Advantages: Exists in higher lofts. Easy to hit, even from the rough.

Disadvantages: Does not exist in a 21-22° loft. The gap (5°) between 5 and 7 wood could be to important for some setups.
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Mitch
Sep 1, 2015
I have the 3+, 5 and 7 wood. I love the 5 wood for teeing off on short par 4s and for the second shot on par 5s. It is such an easy club to hit. The 3+ is harder to hit but when I hit it, it goes almost as far as my driver. The 7 is easy hit but I pull it left often.

Advantages: Good club for older guys who are looking for consistency not yardage. Still center club hits will give good yardage results.

Disadvantages: Small head on these clubs so miss hit are pretty bad.
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