Snake Eyes Golf Clubs Review

By: JJB

I know how frustrating it can be to find the right set of golf clubs, especially for the right price! I did my fair share of research before I decided to go with Snake Eyes clubs from Golfsmith. During my research I would always appreciate any sort of review or feedback from actual users about the product I was looking at. And that is why I chose to write this article. I hope the information here will help you while deciding which clubs are right for you!

I use the following Snake Eyes golf clubs with great confidence.

Driver - Ti-460 driver head, Pro-launch 65 Wood shaft, and Snake Eyes G8 grip

I love this driver! It is easy to hit and offers tremendous ball control. I have the 10.5 degree model and I probably would have been even better off with the 9.5 degree since I naturally have a higher trajectory. It feels and sounds good when striking the ball which makes using this club all that much more enjoyable for me. I used to have a pretty bad slice, but after working with this club I can now hit the ball straight and a lot farther too.

Fairway Woods - Quick Strike II Utility Wood Heads, Adila Gamer Hybrid shaft and Snake Eyes Velvet grips

The best thing about these clubs is the sound! I have two of these, one with a 15 degree loft and one with a 19 degree loft. I use the 15 degree as I would a 3 or 5 wood, but I feel it is more versatile. I am able to use these as easily and effectively in the rough as I do in the fairway, which was hard for me to do with a regular 3 wood. I use the 19 degree club as I would a 3 or 4 iron.

Irons - Python O/S Iron Head, Snake Eyes XL-90 shaft, Snake Eyes velvet grip

These irons are very forgiving. I do not have the most consistent swing but you could not tell by how well the ball comes off of the club. They feel well constructed and have given me more confidence in my game. I only bought the odd numbered clubs to start out with but will soon get the rest.

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