High Loft 3-Woods, 17 and 20 degrees
Updated May 22, 2013: We no longer have this club with the "Little Stik" name on the bottom, only with the "Little Dick" and "Little Jane" names which are companions to the BIG DICK and BIG JANE drivers. They are exactly the same clubs, exept for the name. We will not be re-ordering Little Stik's as our specialty is the drivers and there isn't enough volume to continue carrying the 3-woods.
The early success of the High-Loft BIG STIK™ drivers has motivated a natural addition to our product lines: The High-Loft 3-Woods
Three wood lofts are typically about 14 or 15 degrees and are very difficult for the average golfer to use because the ball is resting on the grass, and sometimes buried deep within it. So the 3-wood shot requires a much more precise contact to get the ball airborne on a productive trajectory. Just like traditional drivers, normal 3-woods are designed for pros who have perfect swings and timing. No wonder it is so difficult for the rest of us to use them with consistent results.
Our 17 and 20 degree High Loft titanium 3-woods solve that problem.
Traditional equipment makers have always tried to lower the center of gravity to help get the ball airborne. But that isn’t nearly as effective as greater loft.
The High Loft 3-woods make it much easier to launch the ball into the air. It is a wonderful bonus that it flies so far and with a much tighter shot pattern than other clubs. Greater accuracy is very important for a 3-Wood because you want to land the ball on the green or in the best spot for your approach shot.
We are often asked, "How come your 20-degree 3-woods hit farther than my 15-degree 3-wood? That doesn't make sense. A lower loft should always hit farther."
The answer is in the trajectory. In an article by Tom Wishon, PGA.com's Technical Advisor, he properly observes that you only get more distance if you get the ball up in the air so it can fly. If you struggle to get the ball nice and high, it will get tied up in the grass much sooner and rob you of distance. Our High Loft 3-woods make it easy to get the ball up where it can soar. So many people will hit it farther than a traditional 3-wood. And more importantly than that, they will get solid contact more consistently and avoid those duffs, mis-hits, and handicap-inflating strokes.
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The High-Loft 3-Woods are available in two lofts: 17-degrees and 20-degrees, and a variety of flexes and lengths. We only have right-handed models, but if you want a high-loft left-handed 3-wood, please inquire.
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