The only thing that has been close for me is the Sumo, also a 16 degree stiff.. Nothing wrong with that stock shaft, though…. I am a very average golfer and previously have never had any confidence whatsoever when it came to my driving. One of the first geometry-based drivers on the market, the Cleveland HiBORE has changed the shape of the tee game and set the tone for what has become a new era in driver head shape. I have always been a Titleist man but reluctantly I have to say that this driver puts them to shame. Who do I contact if I have questions about my trade-in?
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Cleveland Classic XL We had some people rushing us from behind and I was not nearly as calm as the prior week. This is the first site where the XL is really talked about with such enthusiasm. If I decide to butt trim it to bring down the swingweight, I will fire out another post.
The only thing that has been close for me is the Sumo, also a 16 degree stiff. Go with the XL and my swing speed is Teeing it low seems to give me better results. However, the Tour cover feels as though it has some strong cardboard inside it along with a magnetic strip that attaches to its mate on the other side of the cover after wrapping around the bottom portion of the shaft.
He hits his drive I say this because a Same swing speed with better shaft will get you out past I really dont think you need to change the shaft to red. Started golf a couple of years ago with some cheap unbranded irons and driver. Trade-in Now Schedule Fitting Now.
Cleveland HiBORE XL Driver
The XL Pro had gone 24 yards farther than my other driver. Not changing my username but had a hole in 1! I give the Hi Bore XL a 1 rating best driver on the market.
I am a 4 tsch and my previous club was 9. I love the CG alignment aid. Question though…you say go with the red shaft vs. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. I’m also very interested in any comments from the rest of you.
After that, I was sold. I had to get used to the lower loft on my XL This golf club shows considerable wear but is usable.
I hit the ball very high with my irons but with my woods and drives my best shots are pretty low, tracking rips. T The loud sound at sweet Spot.
Cleveland HiBORE XL and XL Tour Driver Review (Clubs, Review) – The Sand Trap
The club was hotter than the Tfch limit of. Before I got my Hibore XL, I was using an old, small headed Cleveland metal driver, and before that, I always used a small headed graphite 3 wood, so teeing it up high was never really an issue before.
For what it is worth the Gold felt like they played true to flex. I guess the overall thing is to get fitted. First few hits as a warm up were nothing special, so tried the FT3 to compare distance and direction.
In Florida we have lots of French Canadians who come down and love golf. Mine is and I had to put in an X flex shaft, as the red one was too soft for me.
I hit 50 balls most of which went straight but none rose more than 10 feet off the ground and covered no distance at all, I felt somewhat disappointed. Swing speed was in the upper 90s.