RAM Golf EZ3 Men’s Golf Clubs Set Review

    

The great thing about golf is that it is a game that anyone can pick up and start playing. But becoming proficient at it is quite another story. You can start off with any old set of clubs and still enjoy the game. But if you want to start seeing some improvement, you will have to put more thought into your gear.

Lots of beginners and intermediates struggle at the outset of their golf journey because finding a good beginner set is hard. You want one that is advanced enough to help flatten the learning curve as much as possible but not so advanced that the clubs themselves are overwhelming.

Plus, too much technology is lost on neophytes. So to help all the newly-minted golfers out there and those with a year or two already under their belts, we have put together a review of a very fine set of beginner/intermediate golf clubs. Let’s get started.

Playing the Ram Golf EZ3 Club Set

For this review we took the Ram Golf EZ3 set out for a couple of full rounds. We chose this set because it is very reasonably priced for a beginner and quite frankly, it shows a lot of promise. We would consider ourselves all to be seasoned players and we were very pleased with this set.

The Ram Golf EZ3 set has the composition and playability that you would expect from more expensive sets. But it doesn’t get too far ahead of itself. It is designed for beginners – i.e. it is a very forgiving set with easy distance – but can be used effectively by veterans as well.

The Ram Golf EZ3 men’s set has all the essential clubs that beginners need to master before moving on to a more advanced set. Let’s take a look at each one.

Driver

The driver is an ample 460cc with an enlarged sweet spot. We intentionally hit some off-center shots with this driver and it was actually pretty hard to slice the ball. It generates plenty of length too as it is set to 10.5 degrees of loft.

Woods

You get a #3 fairway wood in the Ram Golf EZ3 set. It sports only a slightly smaller head than the driver but is set to 15 degrees of loft. All in all, this wood was made to bomb the ball down the fairway. It is weighted perfectly to get under the ball and it also has a generous sweet spot for better accuracy.

 

Hybrid

The #4 hybrid in this set features a steel shaft and is set to 21 degrees of loft. This hybrid effectively replaces the longer and more unwieldy irons typical of standard sets so it’s a great confidence builder for beginners.

Irons

You get a total of 6 irons in the Ram Golf EZ3 set: 6-9, a pitching wedge and a sand wedge. The irons are where the Ram Golf EZ3 set really shine. They feature a cavity backed head design typical of more expensive sets.

This design allows for greater distance, feel and forgiveness; three things that new golfers need in spades.

Wedges

The pitching and sand wedges are also cavity backed to help newbies get better results from off-center shots. They are lightweight and we were actually able to get really good apex height with both of them.

Putter

The putter is a large (35”) mallet type. It also has a high moment of inertia design so there was a lot less give on imperfect strokes than standard putters. It is weighted very well and has a very handy alignment marker.

 

Club Compositions

The driver and the #3 fairway wood of the Ram Golf EZ3 set both have regular flex graphite shafts which help generate club head speed. The hybrid has a steel shaft as do the irons and wedges.

In terms of club options, the Ram Golf EZ3 set currently only comes in right-hand orientation. But you can choose from standard length or a shortened version which shaves an inch off of the total club length.

We tested the standard length clubs and our foursome ran from 5’8” to 6’3”. None of us had problems with the length of the standard clubs but we would say that if you are 5’6” or shorter, you might want to go with the shorter version.

Pros & Cons Of The Ram EZ3

Pros:

  • The hybrid performed very well from a variety of tough lies
  • Fairway wood and driver both come with head covers
  • Includes a comfortable stand bag
  • Driver is lightweight but still gives good distance
  • The irons sport an advanced cavity backed design
  • Very affordable set

Cons:

  • They don’t seem to be the most durable clubs
  • May not last for more than a few years
  • Left-handed version is not available
  • Not an ideal set if you prefer using longer irons

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Alternatives to the Ram Golf EZ3 Set

If you are looking for a bit more versatility but still want beginner-friendly features, check out these honorable mentions:

  • Callaway Strata 2020 Men’s Set

    Strata Golf Clubs

    This set also features a titanium driver head and a number 5 hybrid. You also get 6-9 irons and pitching wedge.

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    Cobra XL

    Cobra Golf Clubs

    This is a higher end club set that features 2 hybrids (4 and 5) and 2 fairway woods (3 and 5).

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    Wilson Platinum

    Wilson Platinum Set

    This 10-piece Wilson set comes with a driver, 5 wood, 5 hybrid, 6-SW perimeter weighted irons and a heel-toe weighted putter.

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Final Assessment

If you are looking for a golf club set that will start you out on the right foot on your path to golf mastery, the Ram Golf EZ3 is a great choice. What we liked the most about these clubs was that they were very wieldy. They are light, but not too light and weighted so that the player starts to build good mechanics.

While they may not last you more than a few years, they really don’t have to. In the time you have these clubs, they will have imparted you with pretty much every skill you will need to move on to a more advanced set. We definitely recommend these clubs to beginners/intermediates so check them out.

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