in fact, I had sevreal 280-300 yard drives in the fairway and I normally average 250 yards. He said ideally the rate of backspin should be around 3000 rpm. That cuts off a LOT of distance. Solidly built and just does what it is made for. this contact form
In the image just above, note the longer body on the standard version, meant to increase stability on off-center hits (like the FT-i, the SUMO2, or the 907D1). I play a draw and could not deal with this club at all. This lends itself to a smaller margin for error. First of all I am easily put off when things aren't right but looking down at the club the 460cc head does not look overl large with the dip in the
Full Face Performance Alignment of sweet spot and COR hot spot produce optimal launch conditions over a larger area of the face. I'm 19 years old and i'm a long hitter. I had never used a Cleveland driver before but with these results I will always keep them in mind.
I've always been a big driver and this gets me 290-300 yards on a slight mishit. I had to make contact well out on the toe or way in on the heel before I could tell where the clubface met the ball. Great Club! Cleveland Hibore Xl Driver Nonconforming I've been averaging around 280-285, but the ball has been soring extremely high and it feels like the club face is going to come off.
Thanks. Cleveland Hibore Xls Driver Well, in this case, maybe two out of three isn't bad. My typical swing with the original HiBORE produced drives that flew wedge-shot high, very straight… and about as far as a 3-wood. Wow!
It has given me lots of confidence in my driving game. Cleveland Hibore Xl 10.5 Driver I play with Titlest solo low compression ball and 9.5 std shaft ? Daryl says: January 25, 2008 at 8:06pm Hi, I Was wondering if anybody knows if this club is good for someone with a Handicap of 10 or less? all those drive and balls combination then settled for the XL with Bridgestone e5+.
There's quite a bit of difference between the two shafts so players would be well advised to demo each before buying. Dave says: February 4, 2008 at 12:00pm I bought my HiBore off the internet without trying it out, initially I went to the Driving Range to try it out. Cleveland Hibore Driver Specs You mention that The HiBORE XLS is a huge improvement over the original HiBORE. Cleveland Hibore Xl Tour Driver Usually the first thing I do with a new driver is replace the grip with the Tour Velvets to which I'm accustomed, but with this grip I felt no need.
Product Q & A Ask a question about the Cleveland HiBORE XL Driver optional to receive the answer via email Ask a question... http://socialmedialab.net/cleveland-hibore/cleveland-hibore-drivers-xls.html Barzeski says: April 18, 2007 at 12:09pm Is the new XL different/better enough from the older Hybore to consider an upgrade? Back to top 14 #15 Piranha-z Piranha-z Newbie Members 9 posts Member #: 39720 Joined: 09/21/2007 Location:Great White North GolfWRX Likes : 0 0 Feedback Score Posted 15 October 2007 I went from my 975 at 8.5* to the hibore tour at 9.5* and added about ten yards with a little less draw and the ability to hit a easy fade Cleveland Hibore Xl Driver For Sale
My slices/fades have been eliminated, except for the real bad swings. it is like a drive explosion and the ball is gone.... This club, with the slightly closed face, is turning my pushes into solid 5 to 7 yard draws that run out about 15 yards, IN THE MUD!! navigate here The XL is certainly easier to keep straight in these conditions, with a higher proportion of "sweet spot" shots, and also has the bonus of producing a more pleasant sharp sound
I tried the yellow shaft 10.5, ball speed was 143, 285 yds with a launch angle of 13.5 degrees. Cleveland Hibore Monster Driver I have always been a Titleist man but reluctantly I have to say that this driver puts them to shame. The head cover for the XLS is also loud, but that seems to be a trend with most of the manufacturers.
Also what kind of shaft should I use, I hit the ball consistently 270-290. It also has 'CG' engraved on the Hosel and some lines (a cross) drawn on the face, I assume that this what Cleveland do to the club when they test it Shaft Flex: Stiff. Cleveland Hibore Xl Irons For Sale I've been looking at this club and wondering if anyone here can tell me if it really does hit straighter.
I have not yet had the chance to hit on the course, only the range, but it looks to be a good 15-20 yards longer than my old driver. This move has really made me loose confidence in the club itself. what the article written is total a truth facts.. 279 yd..!!!!!! his comment is here Good luck!
We employ verification processes to build credibility and promote product reviews. I had an illegal 540XD but this goes longer and with a fantastic boring flight. I've only had one driver range session with this club, but that was after a whole lot of swinging at Golf Galaxy, which maybe why I was off a bit. Words cannot do justice to the feeling I got on using it off the tee for the first time yesterday.
AccEPTed Payment Methods Customer Service Contact us Chat Preference Center Locations Shipping information Returns Information Warranty Information Store Policies FAQ Customer Testimonials Condition Guide How to Leave a Review Celebrities Company It minimizes cut sidespin substantially. Pretty happy with it because it almost impossible to slice, so its a very controllable driver. Awesome clubs for the hign handicapper. 5 out of 5 I love this driver 06 May 2007 By neil_r What an awesome piece of equipment.
Peter says: July 18, 2008 at 2:28pm Great review! The only one I am missing is the driver. The grey grooves, seen here, served as my alignment aid once I noticed them. Gaston says: October 17, 2007 at 9:30pm thank you Ed that was fast!
i'll try XL with my shaft. Having played an SMT 455 Deep Bore a few years ago I don't think I'm overly sensitive to loud drivers, but the XLS definitely surprised me. This alignment of the sweet spot and the hot spot leads Cleveland to claim that the HiBore is longer and straighter than its leading competitor. I tried the high-end drivers from Titleist, Callaway, Ping, Nike and Taylor Made.
Play your game, don't chase it! I guess the overall thing is to get fitted. I am currently in an area where a swing analyzer is not available. I have never been a slicer except when I first started playing about 40 years ago.
Can't wait to try their irons. I was normally a mid to low 80's golfer and now I am a mid to high 70's golfer.