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V steel is out!

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The popular V Steel from Taylormade has been in virtually every golf pro's bag sometime time or another. It is now rather cheap and on sale in most places. why? because the follow up is coming soon. in fact, it's already available outside of the US. in Asia, namely Japan and Hong Kong, players are already playing with the new V Steel. I had the chance to test it out this weekend and get a few shots off the deck. Not having played the original V Steel, i can not really compare it to that. i used to play a 1991 bertha 3 wood reshafted with a steel shaft. that thing was impossible to hit off the deck. but these days, i've switched to the Kasco tornado (reviewed) and hitting 250 off the deck is no problem at all.
Back to the V Steel, the difference is mainly the insertion of the tungsten block at the back of the sole. this brings the center of gravity back a bit and making it easier to hit off the fairways. the face height is also thinner, heel toe wider and the sole groove deeper. it's very easy to hit, but at the same time it's highly maneuverable. i'd say this club is perfect for any serious player who wants to control their fairways and reach par 5's in 2. off the tee, as with all fairway woods, you'll have to tee lower but otherwise it's easy to hit. there are three flexes available stock shafts from S to SR to R. the shafts are also redesigned MAS2 or the NS Pro which is a 90g steel shaft. check back from it is released in the US, probably with slightly different specs. this club is going to be hot! [equipbug]
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photos: www.taylormadegolf.com (japan)

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