Your email address You must enter a valid email address. Would you say it is a huge improvement over the HiBore XL? keep it down and long. 😎 Lee Keith aka Parrothead says: July 21, 2008 at 8:21pm I have an XL Driver, 10.5 loft, regular flex stock shaft. Love it. 808golfr says: February 22, 2010 at 11:59pm Had this driver for about 1.5 years now....LOVE IT! http://socialmedialab.net/cleveland-hibore/cleveland-xl-hibore-driver-reviews.html
I can't forget to mention the sound on impact. Hot Spot in the centre of the face for higher launch and greater distance. but yes my golf is better now. 5 out of 5 HI BORE XLS MONSTER YOUR REVIEW 14 July 2009 By dlc7007 i read with interest your review of this club There might be nothing subtle about this but it gets the job done for you off the tee.
Matt says: July 15, 2009 at 10:05pm I just went out today to pick up a new driver. Its 2 degree open face and toe biased weighting helps give better players more workability and increased distance. It’s a lot less off putting that the original or maybe it is just that we are all getting use to these unconventional shape drivers.
We'll see. Feedback? Trade Your Clubs Frequently Asked Questions Q Are golf retailers obligated to give the used golf club Trade-In Values found on other websites? Cleveland Hibore Xls Draw Driver The driver was supposed to hit the ball high, straight, and long.
Love the club so far and I'm happy with the purchase. Cleveland Hibore Driver For Sale You receive a better price for your clubs when you trade them instead of selling outright. For me, the best ball/club combination is the Cleveland HiBore XL 10.5 degree, regular stock shaft in combination with the Bridgestone e5+ ball. Why trade-in used golf clubs?
One drive on my Skycaddie read 289, for me thats unbelievable!!! it is amazing ! Cleveland Hibore Xls Monster Driver I purchased it at the beginning of the year as I had heard nothing but how long it was and since I was still using the original Cleveland Launcher 460, I Cleveland Hibore Monster Xls Driver For Sale Design and Construction The Cleveland HiBORE XLS is the third generation in the HiBORE line.
There's quite a bit of difference between the two shafts so players would be well advised to demo each before buying. weblink Not only does this increase the forgiveness, but it also makes it much easier to align the club at address. Oh and as for mishits, you can achieve up to 200 metres. Write your review You must enter a review of between 100 and 2000 characters. Cleveland Hibore Driver Specs
I took it to the range tonight and hit it pretty well, a friend of mine was there and I was hitting my xls as well as his tm burner. I loved the 983, but I had to hold a lot back and really make smooth swings to keep myself in play. My average drive was probably about 220-230 yds. http://socialmedialab.net/cleveland-hibore/cleveland-hibore-xls-driver-reviews.html It it shimmed 1 to 2 degrees closed by using a .335 shaft in a .350 hosel.This is a much safer way of doing things and further more .5* open is
Jamie says: July 16, 2009 at 4:38pm I bought the XLS 9.5 S (red) at Dick's this week for only $119 as well. Cleveland Hibore Xls Hybrid All this adds up to mean that the face is HUGE and packed with technology.The driver is priced at £249 (£299 for the Tour version) TheCleveland HiBore XLS Driver is much The clubface is sixteen percent larger than in any of the previous XLS models to create a large hitting area and provide incredible distance and stability.
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And remove other annoying "stuff" in between posts? Overall 10/10 for me. TheSandtrap.com The Sand Trap Forums - Home Blog Reviews Forums Chat Join! his comment is here I found moving the ball an inch back off my left heal and having the clubface slightly open at address worked well for me.