We've put together packages with our newest and best-selling components that are chosen because our testing shows them to be unbeatable component combinations for playability. What's more, the Club Pak comes complete with heads, shafts, grips and ferrules!
Place the order for your Quick Order Package (be sure to designate any loft spec, right or left hand option, and the appropriate shaft flex) and we will ship it out right away.
When you receive your order, you can use your expertise to assemble the clubs to your customerís specifications or allow The GolfWorks Professional Club Assembly Team assemble the Club Pak for you!
is it possible to place an over gripp (exemple : avon oversize in black)
Asked by: regis
We can not substitute a component in club paks, due to the varaition in cost that can occur. However, you can order the pack and also order seperately the grip you want. You will receive both the pak grip and the additional grip. You would simply pay the regular price for the pak plus the price of the additinal grip you want.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2014-11-07
Why no 4 wood??
Asked by: Larry Sowder
4 woods were popular at one time, but today, it's more about the loft number on the head, not the club number. The 3 wood in the ST-F is 14 deg, which is considered slightly stronger than the traditional 3 wood lofts, and the 5 wood is 18 deg., which in fact is the loft of what most #4 woods use to be. Modern traditional lofts for fairways use to be #3 -15-16 deg., #4 - 18-19, #5 - 21-22 deg. All that has changed, with companies making lofts stronger for the designated number so that distance will be increased for the traditional club #'s (3,4,5,7,etc.).
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2014-09-26
I'm interested in this fairway wood pack, but had a couple questions. Can this be ordered in the 14? deep version. Also could the regular flex shaft be tipped to play between flexes? ?Thank you.?
Asked by: MikeRas
The 14 degree deep version has been added to the KE4 ST-F XCaliber page and can now be ordered. Yes, tipping an additional 1" from the tip will result in a flex between R & S.