Everyone looks like a good driver. I’m just as long with my old and TP as I am anything else. The popup will be closed in 10 seconds I edited your post to have those interested send you a private message. I personally like the sound. Posted 24 June – By rsr72 in forum Golf Discussion.
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Taylormade M1 9.
When I search lead of a golf club it always returns as forward shaft lean. A driver is about distance, I want long and forgiving. Tiger’s drivers fall between and cc’s, much smaller than the cc stuff in the ads.
You may have to register before you can post: My friend has this square shaped Calloway one, it looks like an old TV that’s been stabbed with a bamboo cane but he hits it well so that’s va that matters Please log in to reply. What’s In The Bag: It is CC but the actual face hitting area is very large. Just my personal experience.
Here and there we at TWGT do hear a request for a smaller size driver head, but in no way is it enough to seriously consider developing one, even for a small company like us. What I thought an upgrade to a 4600cc or cc club was best for me was not true Not a huge difference but the slightly smaller head is easier to look at and setup at address.
I love it even more when I have a good day. One thing I noticed in lifting my left heel a bit more is the stress on my knee seems reduced. 4660cc r7 quad was one of my favorites.
Getting the most possible distance comes from a combination of a couple of things. Los Angeles Ebay ID: Originally Posted by dirtyharris.
But I would guess that the advances in metalurgy and club design have led to the option of larger head sizes being feasible. Solid, workable, great ball flight, and as long as anything out there. If I buy a Stiff 65g Graffaloy ProLaunch, put a TM tip on it, and install it in a M1 head, will it play very differently since it is not bore thru? BrandonG2 35 years old.
The tour models of the newer drivers are smaller than cc I love playing golf. If you make the face thicker so it survives a mph clubhead speed, it is almost impossible to have the COR be higher than 0.
Edited by bobcat, 22 June – A bag of hacking utensils; Titleist TS3 9. Right, and Tiger and all the others have gone to larger drivers because they are idiots with poor swing mechanics. I played a Ping 20, recently switched to a Ping G Results 1 to 19 of You can make some GI designs with a thin, high COR face so they generate 400cc higher smash factor ball speed divided by clubhead speed than a blade for sure.
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Additionally, I did not see a meaningful improvement with larger drivers, 460cf that’s just me and others probably have seen big improvements with larger drivers.
It is logical when you think about it.