What’s so fair about fairway woods?
If you’re a recreational golfer, not very much.
For starters, they’re hard to get airborne from the actual fairway.
It’s even harder from the rough.
If you do manage to get the ball off the ground, odds are it’s going sideways.
And if it happens to fly straight, well, it’s probably a low bullet that goes nowhere.
Your chances of hitting a decent fairway wood off the tee are certainly better.
Better… but not great.
For the golfer who struggles with a fairway wood, there’s an obvious solution: Switch to a hybrid.
They’re easier to hit and usually more accurate.
But hybrids have higher lofts – at least 18° – which severely limits their distance.
That leaves a big gap between your driver and your next longest club.
So… it seems these are your options:
Either way, you have to give up something.
Oh well. That’s life as an amateur golfer, right?
And for that you can thank Jeff Halstead.
He’s a club designer who used to work for industry giants like TaylorMade. Jeff’s creations have earned Hot List Gold Medals from Golf Digest multiple times.
Lately, though, he’s set his sights on a particular niche.
Along with his partners...
He finds them. Then he fills them.
And he does it very, very well.
Jeff’s recent products have sold like gangbusters – you may even own some yourself – and won widespread acclaim.
We think his newest one will, too. Here’s a short version of how it came about.
While analyzing the typical golfer’s long game, Jeff’s team spotted a glaring hole.
It’s the one we talked about above – the void left by unreliable, hard-to-hit fairway woods, and hybrids that simply lack the oomph you need for longer shots.
The solution seemed so obvious, Jeff was sure it already existed.
But after an exhaustive search of the major manufacturers…
Extensive research into smaller clubmakers…
And in-depth conversations with industry peers…
Jeff concluded there was, indeed, an unfilled need for a club that was:
Then he decided this club would be downright unbeatable if it was:
And that’s exactly the club he built.
This, dear golfer, is the change you’ve been looking for.
Let’s go over the numerous features that will make the Monza your go-to club for a wide variety of shots.
Notice how the Monza’s crown tapers down sharply behind the clubface.
Combined with the ultra-thin steel used in that clubface, this construction creates what Halstead calls a “cantilever” effect – and makes the Monza different from any other fairway wood or hybrid.
On impact, the face bends back and propels the ball like a missile down the fairway. Even your miss-hits will travel farther than expected thanks to this amazing innovation.
Also of note: The Monza’s loft is 14.5°, similar to a 3-wood but considerably stronger than most any hybrid.
The Monza’s design pushes the center of gravity (CG) way down and well back in the clubhead, resulting in a very high launch angle and low backspin.
Translation: You’ll get the ball up quickly and easily, even from right fairway lies. And shots off the tee will run for miles.
The CG is also positioned slightly toward the heel, making it easier to square the face through impact. Bottom line: More draws, with fewer (if any) slices.
Unlike most hybrids, which have fairly narrow soles from front to back, the Monza’s is nice and wide like a fairway wood.
This width, plus the sole’s gentle camber or curvature, help the clubhead glide across turf and through rough. You’ll make sharp, clean contact from any lie you can dream up.
Better yet: The Monza’s sole will never, ever dig into the ground – meaning fat shots are suddenly a non-factor.
We could have stuck a cheap, mass-produced shaft in the Monza and called it a day. But that would have undermined all the innovative technology in the clubhead.
So Jeff and Co. crafted a graphite shaft with the ideal launch qualities needed to maximize Monza’s performance.
Available in five flexes, the shaft delivers extreme height and carry distance, along with remarkable accuracy.
Put all these elements together and what do you get?
The Monza is awesome off the tee. You’ll likely beat your 3-wood distance, and possibly give your driver a run for the money.
It’s sensational off the deck – no matter how thin or thick the grass, how firm or soft the turf.
Its sleek, low-profile look inspires confidence over every shot.
And if you do miss-hit the Monza, it’s forgiving as all get-out.
That’s what you’d expect from a club engineered by Jeff Halstead. It’s also why we have zero trepidation when offering this:
Simply return it to the address provided and we’ll refund what you paid (minus any shipping and handling charges).
That iron-clad guarantee makes your purchase about as risky as a 2-inch putt to a foot-wide cup.
And the price?
You’re gonna love that, too.
Because you’re part of a tiny audience invited to the Monza pre-sale, you’ll save a bundle on this first-of-its-kind club.
Scroll down to see the savings. Just prepare to be surprised, if not outright shocked, at how little it costs.
Then get ready to close that massive gap behind your driver – and put your long-game struggles in the rearview mirror.