And you could always wear an ear plug to keep the hearing in your clubside ear. Unlike most movies, in this case the sequel was far superior to the original. I bought this driver 1 month ago after testing it along with the Callaway FT-i. If I crank it ball goes left, rarely go right. MOI and redistributing weight low and back are the primary reasons we now have geometrically oriented clubheads in the first place. If I need to play a draw or a fade I can also do that easily with this club. A few months ago I was talking to my club pro who let me have a practice with the hibore.
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Cleveland Hibore XL Driver. As a follow up on my post, recently, I took my Your name You must enter your name. Simply put, Distance Driven Geometry moves weight low and back in the clubhead. Cleveland HiBore Driver The larger face and higher moment of inertia of the Cleveland HiBore XLS Tour driver makes a big difference, because the crown of the head has been carved out to make it longer and deeper.
Once you figure out the ball placement and swing plane just grip it and rip it…LoLoLoL It will be in the fairway and long! It was straight as an arrow too. My typical swing with the original HiBORE produced drives that flew wedge-shot high, very straight… and about as far as a 3-wood. Went on line for a good review and got a great one thanks.
Cleveland HiBORE XL and XL Tour Driver Review (Clubs, Review) – The Sand Trap
At 2nd Swing Golf, we work very hard to accurately rate our clubs according to our condition guide. Helpline Cleveland says the Red is designed for strong players with fast swing speeds. Both were forgiving, but the Hibore XL felt a little more solid at impact to me. Love the club so far and I’m happy clevelwnd the purchase.
Cleveland HiBore XL Driver Reviews
He is right, of course. I could never control a driver and sacrificed distance for accuracy off the tee.
BTW- my current driver is a Jack Nicklaus that came with the set Love the look of the clubhead, not sure why many found it objectionable, love the sound it made and love the way the balls flew. I hit in the high 80s mostly and i drive around with a very mediocre driver. The numbers vleveland up.
I must not have been alone. All versions are available with both the Red and Gold shafts. I reckon that gets it inline.
Trying to hit a draw resulted in a duck hook often enough to make it a very uncomfortable undertaking on the course.
What I found right away was mostly straight balls with a high, driving flight that carried forever. Stiff would be the right one for you.
Probably gold shaft Once I started setting up for a big cut but lining it up to go straightI began to hit fairways pretty consistently. I was using the Black Taylormade 8. Where I work, we have three indoor batting cages that double as a driving range. Regarding the question about whether this driver might be suitable for a higher handicapper: Hi, I purchased the XL Tour model this year in mid-season and it has been fantastic. Hibbore loud sound at sweet Spot.
Finally went to the course a couple of days back having bought a set of Taylormade R7 draw irons.