I went to the driving range twice with this driver and it seemed to be really great. Hit the ball an average of 250-275 yards and the weights on the head helped me cure my slice. Hit about 100-150 balls with this driver at the range but the first time I take it to play an actual round of golf the head breaks off. It wasn't like I was abusing it or throwing it around anywhere, I take great care of all my equipment. Would I recommend this to other golfers, yes I would but I would tell you to keep a backup just in case. Very good feel and weight to the driver, maybe I just got a lemon. Hope this was helpfull
I am a 54 year old novice golfer. My clubs are Wilson's from about 1972. This is my first experience with a metal driver. Right from the first time I took this to the range, I noticed my shots were not only longer, but were more accurate. The club has a large face area, comfortable handle, lightweight and an amazing "feel". My son, who has been golfing for many years, is very impressed with the quality of the club. I just played my first 9 holes using this club yesterday and I saw marked improvement thanks to longer drives that were not as prone to slicing. My son measured one of my drives on the course (using the gps on the cart) and it was 228 yards and fairly straight. (alas, my short game is still quite poor).I have reason to believe that this model has been discontinued; I'm glad I got mine before they ran out.
This Driver works pretty well, it's nothing really special, but for the price nothing really surprising. I've been reaching close to 200 yards with it good club for the money.
Not being an avid golfer by any means, I think this club was well constructed and quite comparable to the Taylor Made brand of driver. Can't beat the price and the results. I seem to be hitting the ball about 10 yards further and finding the fairway more often.
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