I have a YS8 stiff but was wondering what the masses are using. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. I purchased mine a few years ago. This driver is a must have. I have an XL Driver, The Red is the heavier weight, lower torque version with a higher kick point than the Gold.
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Some still look odd to me, but for the most part I no longer chuckle when I look at one of these drivers at address.
Great claims, but do highbroe hold up? I loved thebut I had to hold a lot back and really make smooth swings to keep myself in play.
Just picked one up and love it. The yardage increase from the straight and draw never have had ddaw this club is huge. Do you think I would benefit from the HiBore? Played my first round today with it and I absolutely crushed it down the middle!
The Red is the heavier weight, lower torque version with a higher kick point than the Gold. I used the launch monitor and tested a couple of other drivers and definitely hit this one the best.
I have a YS8 stiff but was wondering what the masses are using. I acquired the xl tour off ebay with the grafalloy blue tour stiff.
What do you guys think? Good club- Average price. I out drove them all. However, I currently have a Taylor Made R Notify me of hiyhbore comments by email.
To each their own though. I personally believe the technology in the hibore range is best suited to non-driver woods and hybrids. The toe graphics will change from white to yellow on the real thing.
So I temporarily changed my swing to fit what the driver seemed to want to do. My average drive was probably about yds.
I measured the distance with my GPS unit and had to just keep checking it. I just went out hiighbore to pick up a new driver.
Turned mine back in to the shop. Great price for a very good driver. I am crushing my drives and they are going very straight. I told my buddy that if I keep hitting them this well that I was going to buy it.
I just bought the XLS 9. After a dozen more swings at the range and re-positioning myself, I started hitting consistent high and straight drives that truly felt effortless. The head is a little stretched out, but not grossly so at least to my eyes. My handicap for my leage went from 22 last year to 12 now!
Much more solid than the Highbire hybrids which were, truly, a disappointment to me. Before purchasing the club, I got on the good ole swing monitor and did some comparisions. If you suffer with a slice like I do, this may be the club for you.
Share this with your golf buddies: The driver was supposed to hit the ball high, straight, and long.