May 6, 2015
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May 3, 2015
This is fucking comical, all driver run downs from manufacture reps, the TM
guy saying how the R1 is the coolest looking driver out there nearly made
me crap my pants. The golf equipment industry with its cycles is like
something out of the twilight zone.
You just have to try them out, but learn your swing first.
2014 will be a better year overall for drivers IMO.
Just pick a solid and affordable used 460cc titanium head with your
preferred loft and dump your money into getting a custom fit shaft, with
flex, kick point, weight, and length perfectly fit for you. Doing that will
save you money and create the longest driver possible for you. Personally I
prefer the old Cleveland Launcher titanium heads, such a well made club.
Another comments section where EVERYONE in the room hits their driver
290-300 yds on average.
Its a wonder how everyone on YouTube isn’t a PGA tour professional. Every
goddamn amateur golfer you talk to hits the ball 300 yards. Yet, when you
golf with one of these ass-clowns, they put one in the fairway 225 yards
out and act like John Daly!
Let me help you guys out with this. Take the number of yards you “claim” to
average of the tee and subtract 60 yards! That’s your average driving
I am currently using the 910D2 with the adilla rip a 60 s shaft and I am
getting 270 average distant.I been through some stats checking of the 913D3
and with the adilla rip a70 s shaft with the 7.5 club angle I might get the
290 average distant so for my recommendation for those who like to swing it
full power go with Titleist with a nice s shaft
Surely the back weights have an effect on the length and flight.
This is just a list of everything that came out last year. And why do I
want to hear what a Manufacture rep has to say… I can read the website
Not bad…but you are missing the Grenade golf driver by BombTech Golf.
All drivers can be good or are good, but most of all is mportant
shaft. Many shaft are designed for players with high swing speed and also
have a low torque. I have seen drivers that are sold in stores with this
type of shaft. Also, some shaft have a high bend point, which makes them
feel much stiffer than we should want.
Why don’t you include the best driver out there….KRANK?! “Krank Golf® is
unquestionably the authority in distance hitting with 13 RE/MAX World Long
Drive Championships, including the 2010 (1st and 2nd), 2011(1st, 2nd, 3rd,
4th, 5th and 6th), 2012 (1st, 2nd and 3rd) and 2013 (1st, 3rd and 4th) Open
Division Championships. Also, Krank Golf® Drivers have completely dominated
the Sport of Long Drive Worldwide for over 4 years winning more
Professional Long Drive events than any golf company in history. This
includes Taylormade, Callaway, Titliest, Ping, Cobra and every other golf
company on the planet.” In my experience, the Krank is 20-25 yards longer
than all the off-the-shelf drivers I have hit. I would pit the Krank Rage
or Formula 5 against ANY of these drivers and would bet that the Krank
would win hands down. And my bet is backed up by the world championships
.So, AGAIN…why do you ignore the BEST driver on the market? Probably
because it is not a MAJOR Tour sponsor would be my guess!
These types work for the tour pros and might be a tad more forgiving for
mishits for the high handicapper but I agree with other comments that
getting the swing then buying the toys makes way more sense. I’ve tried all
the adjustable drivers that are out there and still I use a 8yo Titleist
head and get the same distance; the shaft is the key to it all. I play off
+1 hit it 260 on average it’s all about keeping it in play and focusing on
100 yards and in and ignore the marketing BS.
You can look really cool on the tee with your new super sized rocknroller
straight roller laser guided missile launching driver, But!!! if your swing
is rubbish about 10 seconds later you are gonna look like a dill. Moral is,
you can’t buy a golf swing!!!
1:09 thats not fucking orange
I drove my Titleist ball 412 yards with my sand wedge. Got my sand wedge
and ball, put them in my car and drove 412 yards. You don’t need a 1 club.
360p? What is this, 56k? 460 cc sucks. 440 cc is best…
If I have to see one more “Most Interesting Man in the World” commercial I
am going to shoot someone.
I think you’ve misunderstood my saying. I did NOT say your 2nd shot has to
be within 100 yards from the hole. What I am trying to say is: From 100
yards in, the ball should land no more than 10 feet radius to the hole. No
one is born with that kind of skill, practice makes perfect. For I have
practiced more than a thousand times(literally) with my sandwedge fro that
100 yard shot.
tech equipment and then holding the club with a wrong grip , wrong posture
etc. They will never reach their potential with these errors so i think
they should invest in lessons before the high tech equipment
well most of people have to hit their drivers a very long way to get to 100
yards, just sayin
its really about the shaft….
$350 bucks when new $60 on E-Bay 9 months later…
Fuckn Euro trash cum guzzler…
If you have a good golf swing you can hit any thing .
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