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Golf Australia Express : February 2014
YOU'RE probably going to grab the driver, so why not complete the set with the Callaway Big Bertha fairway? Ladies will love having a lighter 3-wood in their bags without having to compromise distance or accuracy—something the Bertha fairway can deliver. And with the ability to simply adjust loft and draw or fade bias in the Bertha, we reckon you gals will be all over this beauty. THE Ping Serene fairway wood is basically designed for one thing—making the game easier for women. It does this in a psychological sense by offering a shallower face to inspire confidence at address, as well as a technological sense by pushing CG weight back to increase launch and distance from off the tee or the ground. Pretty nice finish on top. Very lady-like indeed. HERE's one for the serious female golfer. It's red hot. It puth the 'OD' in modern and it's unashamedly Nike Golf. The VRS Covert 2.0 fairway is ridiculously cool, with a cavity back (how cool is that?) to help swing more smoothly and a wider hitting zone (45 per cent larger in fact) to offer more distance and workability. This thing is seriously sub-zero. Brrrrrr. IF IT'S easy-to-hit you're after, get your hands on Cobra's Baffler XL fairway wood. This classily designed club is ridiculously easy to hit—and hit straight—and will really suit the female player who just wants to get out and enjoy her game. And in the end, isn't that a genuine game-changer? For the record, we love the purple pastel design. It's so 'purrrrdy'. PING Serene FAIRWAYWOODS CALLAWAY Big Bertha NIKE VRS Covert 2.0 COBRA Baffler XL