There’s no denying the clubheads are borderline behemoth, but that creates the “can’t miss” confidence less-skilled golfers need. A wide sole makes it difficult to dig into the turf, and the low-profile shape and low-back center of gravity help get the ball up quickly. A polymer in the clubhead’s hollow body allows for more flex in a face that’s about the thickness of a dime. This gives distance-challenged golfers the opportunity to strut on occasion.
These feel like real golf clubs, more so than others in this category. The look has a hip factor.
A rich sound and feel. The extra-wide sole helps get shots in the air.