This is basically an engineered system of thin, lightweight titanium spines that transfers energy to the ball to create more efficient transfer of energy from the club to the ball and This is one good driver. It took a while to get used to it but now it is very consistent with a controlled fade it can find the fairway every time. Cleveland have stretched the clubhead as far back as possible to give a 13% increase in Moment Of Inertia (MOI) compared to the old HiBore XL driver. http://socialmedialab.net/cleveland-hibore/cleveland-hibore-monster-xls-gold-driver-review.html
Matt says: July 15, 2009 at 10:05pm I just went out today to pick up a new driver. Excellent forgiveness with some workability. The 45" drivers are just too long for me.I choked down about an inch and hit this thing pretty good.If not for the sound, I would keep it.If you are already 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.
There's quite a bit of difference between the two shafts so players would be well advised to demo each before buying. The sole of the club features large graphics, though it's not as busy as the TaylorMade Burner, for instance. Back to top 14 #15 1337 1337 Newbie Members 1 posts Member #: 54031 Joined: 04/19/2008 GolfWRX Likes : 0 0 Feedback Score Posted 08 May 2008 - 07:12 AM what is the standard lenght of gold shaft Tuesday, June 07, 2011 04:46 PM Answer by a Discount Golf World Expert The standard length of Clevelands HiBORE XLS Driver is in
As long as any other combination and more accurate than any other. For this review, we looked at the standard model only. The HiBore Monster is by all means a high launch, low spin driver. Cleveland Hibore Xls Draw Driver I aim down the right side of the fairway and mash this thing.
Once I started setting up for a big cut (but lining it up to go straight), I began to hit fairways pretty consistently. Cleveland Hibore Xl Driver I haven't played with a driver for the last 4 years because I couldn't control it or catch a good rhythm when swinging the club, and it kept getting me into TweetRelated Posts:Callaway 2014 Big Bertha Driver ReviewCobra S9-1 Driver ReviewAdjustable Lofts Help Callaway Big Bertha Hybrids Work for…Callaway 2014 Big Bertha Alpha ReviewCobra Fly Z and Fly Z+ Drivers, Fairway Woods The yardage increase from the straight and draw (never have had before this club) is huge.
Weight was added to the heel and toe in the form of "stability foils", which create a higher MOI and more stable clubface. Cleveland Hibore Monster Xls Driver For Sale Advanced Members 107 posts Member #: 79829 Joined: 04/12/2009 Location:New Braunfels GolfWRX Likes : 1 1 Feedback Score Posted 20 May 2009 - 03:27 PM I picked up a I'll need to go to the range to get into a rhythm with it, but overall I feel it's an improvement for me. shot the dirst time i hit it and i told him that i will take it.
The XLS literally had half the spin rate of the 983 (5800 revolutions to 2600 revolutions) and maintained the same launch angle. It was difficult to tell center contact, because every hit felt pretty much the same. Cleveland Hibore Xls Driver For Sale We'll see. Cleveland Hibore Driver Specs says: May 15, 2009 at 12:29am 😆 I have the Cleveland Hibore XLS 10.5 Draw Driver.
How Actually, I don't know.My brother worked for Cleveland on their tour van, so he knows the tricks of the trade.Apparently it's fairly simple to do.I'm guessing your local Golfsmith/Golf Galaxy check over here So it's not something that's a problem really.But definitely one of the first things golfers will notice when they start hitting this Driver is that it is very loud.While it definitely My typical swing with the original HiBORE produced drives that flew wedge-shot high, very straight… and about as far as a 3-wood. Back to top Remove This Advertisement Viewing As Guest GolfWRX Forums Advertisement Wanna get rid of this ugly yellow box? Cleveland Hibore Xls Monster Driver
I loved the 983, but I had to hold a lot back and really make smooth swings to keep myself in play. THIS THING IS AMAZING! I got it on sale for about $130 so I would highly recommend this club. his comment is here I would gladly play the hibores in 3W, 5W, 7W or 3H and 4H, but never as a driver.
I measured the distance with my GPS unit and had to just keep checking it. Cleveland Hibore Xls Hybrid That’s what we hear the most with this one. Brand new the HiBore XLS retails at around £100 or $159, which is likely to put it in a lot of players price range.
And if you decide to go custom, Cleveland offers up to 15 other including the Mitsubishi Diamana, Grafalloy and Aldila custom shafts! Those who naturally draw the ball or who want to work the ball off the tee should look to the XLS Tour or elsewhere entirely. I'm too ignorant from a tech standpoint to convey exactly what the contributing factors might be; however, I have never, NEVER been able to drive the ball anywhere close to the Cleveland Hibore Driver For Sale You may guess I'm a Cleveland junkie - well, you're right.
Any other shot seemed to make the XLS irritable. As it turns out, two out of three can be bad. Back to top 26 #27 leoh923 leoh923 Major Winner Advanced Members 1,168 posts Member #: 71328 Joined: 12/25/2008 Location:central NC GolfWRX Likes : 230 0 Feedback Score Posted 09 weblink I'm on the market for a replacement and SOON!
You would need to hear it for yourself and decide if it is something that you're going to be able to put up with on a regular basis.That aside though, the The HiBORE is not a bad looking driver, provided you can get over the scooped-out look of the head, presumably inspired by the old Halo hybrid. Now I can’t wait. Compared to the older XL model, the distance change is very noticeable – over 20 yards I’ve noticed since owning the last model.