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KJ’s 3-Wood

 

When you’ve been building golf clubs as long as we have, you learn to keep your eyes open for value.  Occasionally, we will come across a great deal on heads or shafts and when we do we purchase all we can (this is one of the reasons that we consistently bring our customers some of the best deals in the golf industry).  Here is an instance where we found not only a great deal on heads and shafts, but on great heads and shafts!

 

Styled after the TaylorMade® R7 CGB Max®, KJ’s Beta-Ti three wood is among the very best we’ve ever hit.  From the tee, from the ground, this three-wood gets the ball up in the air and firing down the fairway.

 

What makes it so different?  Unlike almost every other three wood made today, which are made of stainless steel, the KJ’s is crafted from the exotic grade 15-3-3-3 Beta Titanium (the same superior metal we use in our own Vector drivers), it is then finished with an Ion Plasma coating treatment that not only gives the head its menacing black look but actually raises the surface hardness of the titanium.  This means a head which naturally reduces spin, meaning more roll for greater length off the tee, and a reduction in side spin helping those errant shots stay true.

 

It is the phenomenal strength of the KJ’s three wood head that has allowed for a micro-thin 2.8 mm club face, giving this fairway wood an amazing rocket-launcher like‘spring effect’.

 

Designed in the eye-catching High-MOI bullet shape, the gimmicky weight screws used in the TaylorMade® model have been eliminated (they serve no actual benefit for the vast majority of golfers), so there’s no tool to keep track of and no head rattle threatening to develop with every swing.  Instead, they use a time-tested, draw-biased internal weighting system and a slightly closed face (1º – 2º) to help keep the ball in the middle. 

 

You might ask “well, if titanium is so great, why isn’t everyone using it?” 

 

Most companies are, of course, in their drivers but the designs have largely translated rather poorly to fairway woods.  The problem has been that, owing to the relative lightness of titanium, the face height for a standard three wood becomes so tall that it becomes difficult to elevate the ball, especially off the ground.  The KJ’s, at 205 grams is a full 7 grams lighter than a standard 3-Wood, allowing for a face height of only 37 mm… the ball gets up like you were hitting with a five wood, and flies like you smacked it with a driver.  The slightly flat lie angle ensures that the club will not toe-up at address.  Owing to the lighter head weight, it is ideal for longer builds (which can also add distance to your shots!).  Our standard build length for this club is 44” for men, 43” for women.  We are happy to accommodate custom lengths, either longer or shorter, for those players that desire them.

 

KJ’s 5-Wood

 

When you’ve been building golf clubs as long as we have, you learn to keep your eyes open for value.  Occasionally, we will come across a great deal on heads or shafts and when we do we purchase all we can (this is one of the reasons that we consistently bring our customers some of the best deals in the golf industry).  Here is an instance where we found not only a great deal on heads and shafts, but on great heads and shafts!

 

Styled after the TaylorMade® R7 CGB Max®, KJ’s Beta-Ti five wood is among the very best we’ve ever hit.  From the tee, from the ground, this five-wood gets the ball up in the air and firing down the fairway.

 

What makes it so different?  Unlike almost every other five wood made today, which are made of stainless steel, the KJ’s is crafted from the exotic grade 15-3-3-3 Beta Titanium (the same superior metal we use in our own Vector drivers), it is then finished with an Ion Plasma coating treatment that not only gives the head its menacing black look but actually raises the surface hardness of the titanium.  This means a head which naturally reduces spin, meaning more roll for greater length off the tee, and a reduction in side spin helping those errant shots stay true.

 

It is the phenomenal strength of the KJ’s five wood head that has allowed for a micro-thin 2.8 mm club face, giving this fairway wood an amazing rocket-launcher like ‘spring effect’.

 

Designed in the eye-catching High-MOI bullet shape, the gimmicky weight screws used in the TaylorMade® model have been eliminated (they serve no actual benefit for the vast majority of golfers), so there’s no tool to keep track of and no head rattle threatening to develop with every swing.  Instead, they use a time-tested, draw-biased internal weighting system and a slightly closed face (1º – 2º) to help keep the ball in the middle. 

 

You might ask “well, if titanium is so great, why isn’t everyone using it?” 

 

Most companies are, of course, in their drivers but the designs have largely translated rather poorly to fairway woods.  The problem has been that, owing to the relative lightness of titanium, the face height for a standard five wood becomes so tall that it becomes difficult to elevate the ball, especially off the ground.  The KJ’s, at 207 grams is almost 10 grams lighter than a standard 5-Wood, allowing for a face height of only 37 mm… the ball gets up like you were hitting with a seven wood, and flies like you smacked it with a driver.  The slightly flat lie angle ensures that the club will not toe-up at address.  Owing to the lighter head weight, it is ideal for longer builds (which can also add distance to your shots!).  Our standard build length for this club is 43” for men, 42” for women.  We are happy to accommodate custom lengths, either longer or shorter, for those players that desire them.

 

Head

Loft

Lie

Face Angle

Weight

Bore Depth

Face Height

Face Thickness

Surface Treatment

10.5    

12

53

-2

195g

36mm

55mm

2.7mm

Ion Plasma

3wd

16

54

-1

205g

36mm

37mm

2.8mm

Ion Plasma

5wd

21

55

-1

208g

36mm

37mm

2.8mm

Ion Plasma

 

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