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Yonex Ezone SD Graphite Fairway Wood

  • Estimated Trade-In Value
  • Estimated Resale Value
Low: $7.95
Mid: $9.35
High: $10.75

Next update: 6/5/16

Est. trade-in value based on data and analysis from The PGA Trade-In Network
Low: $31.79
Mid: $37.40
High: $43.01

Next update: 6/5/16

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MSRP (new):


Head Size:

180 cc

Head Material:

Carbon Crown/Stainless Steel Body

• Micro-adjusted centre of gravity achieves an unprecedented expansion of the sweet spot covering more of the club face.
• An integral inner weight within the rear of the club head deepens the centre of gravity resulting in a greater launch angle and a more consistent strike.
• Sole construction has 30 percent less area coming into contact with the ground during the swing than previous Yonex fairway woods.
• High Intensity Carbon Crown and Stainless Steel head.
The story of Yonex golf begins in 1946 when an industrious businessman named Minoru Yoneyama founded a company which produced wooden floats for fishing nets. The company thrived until the dawn of plastic floats when it nearly failed. Yoneyama vowed never again to fall behind when it comes to technology and began his pioneering work in sporting goods. Starting out in the manufacture of badminton racquets but eventually hitting on golf. The company’s ADX line of wide bodied drivers which made its mark by breaking a Guinness book of world records with a 412 yard drive, the longest ever at a PGA sanctioned event. The company soon released a unique irons line featuring steel/graphite hybrid club with the thinnest steel face on the market and lightweight graphite shaft. The company’s innovation continues to today with several Tour players using the latest Yonex equipment to secure victories across the country and internationally.

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The club features a carbon crown on a stainless-steel body to achieve a lower CG for launching the ball higher. The construction of the sole reduces the area that makes contact with the ground by 30 percent (versus previous models). The variable-thickness face helps optimize off-center hits.
“It sounds almost like persimmon, in a good way. There’s no high-pitched sound. It has a feeling of heft at impact.”
“No matter what swing I put on it, the club produced a nice, high shot.” . . . “The distance was exceptional, and the ball didn’t balloon.”
The clubhead is complex and meaty, and the Yonex shaft includes microscopic strands of a titanium alloy to improve elasticity and stability.
Not as easy to find in a store as it is to hit off a tee.

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