What is the loft of a 7 wood?

Answer

The loft of most 7 woods fall between 21 and 23 degrees. The loft of a 7 wood is between that of a 3 iron and a 4 iron.

A 7 wood is considered a fairway wood, and it is designed to be more forgiving than a 5 wood. The 7 wood is about an inch shorter than a 5 wood, making it easier to control and hit the sweet spot. The increased loft and more sole head-weight allows the ball to get up quicker and higher than a 5 wood. A 7 wood can be used in the fairway, in the short rough or out of a sand trap.

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About 20-21 degrees depending on manufacturer.
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To correct an earlier poster, 5-woods always have been in the 18-20 degree range. 7-woods have never been below 21-degrees, but up to 23-dgrees depending on the model and manufacturer
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Hello Jerome, Thanks for the question. Well the hybrids are becoming increasingly popular even with the tour pros. The great thing about then is their ease of use. The industry standard
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