RIGHT OR LEFT HANDED
AVAILABLE IN A 3 WOOD, 5 WOOD, 7 WOOD, 9 WOOD, 11 WOOD,
13 WOOD, 15 WOOD, 17 WOOD, 19 WOOD, AND 21 WOOD.
If you struggle with your iron play, or find that it gets worse every year as you get older, then take a look at these clubs in the higher lofts. (If your swing speed is under 85 MPH, and you hit 10 balls with a 7 iron, and 10 balls with an 11 wood; the odds are great that you will hit more good shots with the 11 wood. It’s just easier to be more consistent with a club that has a bigger sweet-spot, and a wider sole with a higher MOI.)
The 1st picture shows a 3, 5, 7 and 9 wood.
The next picture below shows an 11, 13, 15 and 17 wood.
The last picture below shows a 19 wood and 21 wood.
These Bang Storm fairway woods have a maraging face, which is harder than the traditional stainless steel face… (similar to the face of the Orlimar TriMetal woods from years ago.) They also have slightly smaller club heads than the Bang SF Series woods.. (Whereas the Bang SF series woods, particularly in the 3 thru 11 woods, are pretty oversize heads.) These Bang Storm heads are more “average size” fairway wood heads, and maybe even a little easier to hit off of tight lies.
Cosmetically, these Bang Storm heads are really beautiful club heads.
Here are the lofts of each club head:
# 3 wood = 16 degrees
# 5 wood = 20 degrees
# 7 wood = 24 degrees
# 9 wood = 28 degrees
# 11 wood = 32 degrees
# 13 wood = 36 degrees
# 15 wood = 40 degrees
# 17 wood = 44 degrees
# 19 wood = 48 degrees
# 21 wood = 54 degrees
Regarding what wood is equivalent to what iron…..Iron lofts have gotten a lot “stronger” over the last few years. So today’s 5 iron loft is approximately equal to a 4 iron loft from a few years ago. (Or a 9 iron loft = about an 8 iron loft from a few years ago.)
So based on today’s stronger iron lofts…
A 7 wood is roughly equal to a 5 iron.
A 9 wood is roughly equal to a 6 iron.
An 11 wood is roughly equal to a 7 iron.
A 13 wood is roughly equal to an 8 iron.
A 15 wood is roughly equal to a 9 iron.
A 17 wood is roughly equal to a PW.
A 19 wood is equal to a 48 degree Gap Wedge.
A 21 wood is approximately equal to the loft of an average Sand Wedge, so it’s designed for shots shorter than your pitching wedge. Will go high and land soft….
Price of the Bang Storm fairway woods:
Steel shafts: $79 each, or $215 for a set of three. (Steel shafts, any shaft flex)
Any two clubs with steel shafts: $158
Set of 3 with steel shafts: $215
Set of 4 with steel shafts: $285
Set of 5 with steel shafts: $355
Set of 6 with steel shafts: $420
Set of 7 with steel shafts: $485
Set of 8 with steel shafts: $549
Set of 9 with steel shafts: $613
Set of 10 with steel shafts: $670
Graphite shafts: $89 each, or $240 for a set of three.
(Available in ladies flex, men’s senior, regular, firm and stiff)
Any two clubs with graphite shafts: $178
Set of 3 with graphite shafts: $240
Set of 4 with graphite shafts: $319
Set of 5 with graphite shafts: $399
Set of 6 with graphite shafts: $475
Set of 7 with graphite shafts: $550
Set of 8 with graphite shafts: $625
Set of 9 with graphite shafts: $695
Set of 10 with graphite shafts: $760
Headcovers are not included. They are available at $7 each. (We pay $6.95 for them, so it’s not a “profit-maker”.)