No maneuvering, just drop and stop

“The biggest advantage I see with the Moon Wood is the fact that you can carry the ball higher, carry it out the distance that I wanted to get with my 4-iron, but now rather than trying to maneuver my way around traps or around hazards and try to control the roll-up distance on it, I can fly directly to my target and ideally just drop and stop. I just absolutely loved it.”

Bob Manougian [14 handicap]

It just felt so comfortable

“The biggest struggle in my golf game is the 4- and 5-iron. It’s not consistent and it does not get up in the air. The first time that I hit the Moon Wood, it was just like night and day. It just felt so comfortable hitting it. Everything about the club felt good to me.”

Brad Schmidt [6.4 handicap]

Effortless & consistent, right off the bat

“I was shocked (when first hitting the Moon Wood). It felt so effortless. I never feel confident over my hybrids in the fairway because they are very inconsistent. But with this Moon Wood I seemed to hit that consistent time after time. It was very easy to get used to and use. There was no learning curve. This is gonna be my new favorite club in my bag for sure.”

Danielle Miller [23 handicap]

Moon Wood will take stress off short game

“The Moon Wood, when I first tried it, I didn’t know exactly what to think. But the first time I swung the club, it actually was easy to hit through it was like the club was propelling itself. It seemed like every time I swung the club, I’d get a straight trajectory. The Moon Wood is gonna make me a lot better golfer because the short game won’t have as much stress on it.”

George Stelmach [14.8 handicap]

Killer consistency from 180 yards

“With the Moon Wood I had a lot more consistency, a lot more loft than I’m normally used to. The weight on the Moon Wood is a lot different. It allows gravity to come down so you don’t have to over muscle the shot. It’s extremely valuable, especially with my handicap at 17, to have more consistency at 180 yards.”

John Iannarelli [17 handicap]

Most accurate club I’ve ever hit

“(Rob Rashell) told me about the (TrackMan) numbers and he made reference to the fact that my consistency was as good as a tour pro. Nobody’s ever told me that before. (The Moon Wood) performed much better than I expected from the get-go. I mean from the first shot, it was unbelievable. I’ve never hit a club that’s as accurate as this club was.”

Marv Stammen [11.3 handicap]

Played 50 years, never hit a club like this

“I started off with ball on the tee, effortlessly it went straight, deep, and long. Put it on the grass, same result, so then I threw it down in a divot and went down after it, same result. The Moon Wood is a good name for it because it gets high, you’re not worm-burning anything. I’ve been playing golf for over 50 years, and it just surprised me, just absolutely surprised me.”

Mike Dondaville [9.7 handicap]

A go-to club from long range

“(The Moon Wood) really went through the turf very easily, not a lot of effort. I was very impressed with the height of it, and it’s easy to swing. After about three or four shots, I really felt confident that, boy, I’ll tell ya, this is the club for me in the future. It could be a go-to club from say 155 to maybe 190.”

Paul Donovan [7.1 handicap]

No “scrubbers” with this club

“My biggest miss with my 4-iron is definitely the low shot, the ‘scrubber.’ Even when I hit (the Moon Wood) out of a semi-divot, it still climbed up nicely. The height makes a big difference. The par 3s where you’ve got to carry it on to keep it on… it would definitely be an advantage. The Moon Wood was definitely easier to hit than my hybrid or my 4-iron.”

John Ough [7.4 handicap]