Well it appears that Cleveland was paying attention, because they called my shot and immediately shipped out a Cleveland Classic driver of my choice. The look of the Cleveland Classic might be my favorite looking driver in the last 4 of 5 years. Very interesting.Not that I'm surprised, the cleveland staffers used the Hibore XL more than the XL Tour too.The heads are the same weight (Tour vs 290) so swingweights are the same I ordered one and should receive in a few days. http://socialmedialab.net/cleveland-classic/cleveland-classic-270-driver-reviews.html
My XL Tour never ballooned but it looked like the ball still climbed during its flight. It is the newest member of great Cleveland drivers - OG Launcher, Launcher Comp, Hibore XL/XL Tour and now the Classic. I love deep face drivers. That tour issue 61s black shaft is a beast , I'd give most credit of the driver to the shaft and not the head ( assuming its the correct specs for
For 2012, Cleveland brings that old school looking driver back paired with new school performance. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment. The driver looks great but looks aren't everything. Back to top 23 #24 ERUddOH ERUddOH Member Advanced Members 86 posts Member #: 35268 Joined: 07/22/2007 Location:Columbus GolfWRX Likes : 17 0 Feedback Score Posted 28 July 2015
The Classic combines the best of both worlds. Sometimes shafts that worked well in one head don't perform as well in another head, but this one turned out exactly the same, if not better. What's in Bobcat's Bag?(Showing more than 14 clubs due to options) Driver: TM 2015 9.5* SLDR-C - 45.5" Miyazaki Kusala Black 61s (tipped 1/2") Fairway: TM V-Steel T/S (Tour Spoon) 13* Cleveland Classic Driver Review Golf Digest https://t.co/V3KJeR6Abb https://t.co/dThocanw0J8 days ago Instagram Slider Advert Recent Posts Cobra King F7 ONE Length Irons Review Ecco Cage Pro - Maybe the best golf shoe of 2017 B.
What's next for Cleveland? TM M2 460 9.5* w/Rogue 70X TM M1 15* w/Whiteboard 83X Titleist 716 CB/MB 3-PW w/AMT X Vokey SM6 54*,58 and 62* w/DG S400 Odyssey O-Works #7 Titleist PRO V1X Back RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR GolfWRX Members Choice: The Best Driver of 2017 GolfWRX Members Gain 7 Yards on Average with 2017 TaylorMade M1, M2 Drivers Review: Titleist 917D2 and 917D3 drivers Experts Advise Classifieds For Sale Marketplace Official Store Home Reviews Driver Reviews Cleveland Classic Driver Review ReviewsDriver Reviews Cleveland Classic Driver Review By GolfWRX - May 6, 2012 3 FacebookTwitterGoogle+PinterestE-mail Review
We tried the 290g version, but there's also a 270g (shown here) and 310g (Tour) version, as well (the 270g being the __ber-lightweight option for more clubhead speed, the 310g being Cleveland Classic Driver For Sale Reply Report comment LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Advertisement Jordan Spieth to become first golfer on Wheaties box since Tiger Woods May 17, 2017 Are media members unqualified to call https://t.co/OQOnV45A3Q5 hours agoIn case you missed our @cobragolf one length iron review. Since then drivers have evolved into giant metal headed fully adjustable canons with graphite shafts in a million different varieties and sweet spots as big as grapefruits.
No, but it probably could be with an even lighter shaft and grip, or if we tried the 270g version. Again, it took off with a mid height draw that stopped in the rough about 30yds from the green (~350). Cleveland Classic 310 Driver Review Well, the Cleveland Classic is like a new level of that Titleist feel - what I first thought was a "hard" clubface soon had me feeling like I was absolutely hammering the Cleveland Classic Driver Xl The point of the tour is lower spin and flatter flight in an already low spin head - so I dont think you will need 7.5 Sorry, one more thing -
So it may fit several WRxers..... http://socialmedialab.net/cleveland-classic/cleveland-classic-270-drivers.html Adam July 23, 2012 at 1:48 AM You guys are killing me. We want to protect the interests of golfers by providing an unbiased platform to feel proud to contribute to for years to come. I caught this one a little out toward the toe but it gave me a nice mid height draw that stopped rolling at about 340 (I had ~180 left). Cleveland Classic 290 Driver For Sale
GolfWRX surrounds consumers throughout the buying, learning and enrichment process from original photographic and video content, to peer to peer advice and camaraderie, to technical how-tos, and more. You are using a theme designed for your browser. The flight is penetrating and the sound is fantastic, bringing back all the same sensations of a purely struck persimmon wood. http://socialmedialab.net/cleveland-classic/cleveland-classic-driver-290-reviews.html Well done Cleveland.
They started off rising but flattened out and continued down range. Bradley, Toms, etc... Do not feel bad for "going against Cleveland's light weight design" and getting a heavier shaft in that head. Cleveland Classic 270 Driver For Sale It's not a hook machine nor fade biased.
I really do not feel the head has much comparability to the persimmons clubs….have a few myself. Ives Golf Course Forest Dunes Golf Course Nebraska (and Dakotas) > Sand Hills Golf Course Dismal River Golf Course The Prairie Club Golf Courses Sutton Bay Golf Course Colorado > Beaver Not only is it stable but it's also very smooth. his comment is here As for adjustability?
Now i have one in my bag. Balls hit ANYWHERE on the face feel solid and hot. One thing that did jump out, however, was how sharp-looking the sole of the club was. The gold plate stands out brilliantly against the crimson paint, and overall it perfectly combines old-school I'm 72 years old, with a relatively slow swing speed (around 90 mph).
Then I stopped trying so hard and was finally able to hit solid shots. All rights reserved. Writer Award & Ranking System Join GolfWRX Free Newsletter Signup Quick Links Advertising and Sponsorship Largest Golf Community Online WRX Ad Specs GolfWRX Media Copyright © 2016 GolfWRX Holdings, LLC. Register now!
On to the range! First impressions Having seen countless photos of the club, I knew what to expect as far as looks go. I really liked that fact that this driver came in a 45.25” and D4. And, we didn't notice any accentuated draw bias, which isn't needed here by the way.
For the last couple years I thought Cleveland was lagging behind the other companies, but in 2012 I think Cleveland is looking great. Because of the big deep-face design, we didn't miss the sweet spot that often, and when we did, we only saw minimal loss of distance–we'd guess between 5 and 10 yards Pippi Belly Putter Heavy Putter Belly Putter Tour Edge T-Balance Belly Putter Axis1 Umbra Putter Bettinardi SS5 Putter Odyssey D.A.R.T Putter Nike Method 001 Putter TaylorMade Rossa Corza Ghost Putter Bettinardi This combo is also topped with a classic barrel style headcover.
Instead I pushed it right over the trees. Perfect mid flight and great roll out, also extremely easy to work the ball with. The rest of the holes on the front were either Par 3s, short Par 4s or had hazards around 300yds out. mac2lad, on 09 February 2012 - 02:44 AM, said: Which setup (head/loft/shaft) would be closest to a 910D2 in 10.5* with the stock kaili in reg flex?
Clean, un=fussy lines and deeeep face said "come on big guy ,hit me" lots of fun Log in to Reply Fred says: September 30, 0015 at 3:16 pm I bought one At only $299 (which is $100 less than many other new drivers), that's almost the total value of the Miyazaki shaft on its own. I was hitting about a 5 yd fade (approx 350rpm left to right spin) and I was seeing 300 yds show up in the total distance a lot.