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Written on: 17/06/2008 by smoothswinger (1 review written)
I purchased a full set of Predator ll's last fall after getting back to the game after a long absence. (I'm also a Sailor) The Predators replaced my Ryder Cup Irons which are lighter and with smaller surface area. Same with my woods and the 460 cc driver. I couldn't be happier..I suppose unless I went out a paid more money for a "hyped-up" brand, Summary..great clubs for the value or visa versa… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/02/2008
These clubs are excellent, especially on the fairway. The Lynx Predator II are great value for money… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/12/2007
The irons are definitely better than your beginner set. I had one of those beginner sets you buy for like 300 dollars, you get the driver putter irons and bags, the whole 9 yards. The Lynx predator is an upgrade for sure however I still recommend people to spend about a hundred bucks more to get a better set. Now once I get better at golf I might buy another better set of irons, now thats just money wasted on my Lynx irons. I regret not buying a better set to begin with… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/10/2007 by vain (1 review written)
I bought these clubs around 2 to 3 years ago to take to my villa in spain. I already had some Titelist DCI irons that I was pleased with and didn't fancy carting them to and for every time i went, they were chosen because they looked good felt good and seemed quite similar in feel to the DCI's at around half the price. The more i played the irons the better they felt, I was hitting straighter and with more control with the predator II's and my handicap literally halved from 18 to single… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/01/2006 by wsgolfer (1 review written)
When it comes to irons,it's like a fingerprint. One set of irons may not feel the same for another person, and also may not be suitable. Each person has a different swing. If you have a good smooth swing, the predator II's work just fine. I have had the Lynx Predator II irons for two years and have gone from shooting low 50s for a good score, to shooting low 40's in a year. I am an intermediate and do work on my game a lot. What people fail to understand is that If you don't take the time to… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/02/2004 by TrailerTrash (1 review written)
The Lynx Predator II Irons was quite possibly the worst investment in my golf game I could have made. I read the reviews just like everyone else, and when it came down to it the good prevailed. Recently in Golfsmith I found these clubs retailing for $350. On Ebay Golfsmith was selling them for $140. Score one for value. I got the clubs home and it felt great putting them in my bag as my previous set was compiled of odds and ends from friends or garage sales. I was shooting in the low 90's… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/01/2004 by martin harris (1 review written)
I recently bought these Lynx Predator II clubs, being my second set. After being told by the guy in the shop that these were good intermediate clubs. I was to find out otherwise !
All the clubs i found to have loose grips. But most importantly, after a few rounds of golf i found the 3 iron to have a funny noise upon striking the ball. I found this to be a loose head which during the 13th hole came flying off heading towards the green !
I am very disapointed with these clubs, and now have… Read Full Review
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