ac186bab57 You can get the Best Driver for YOU fitted and built for less than the price of some of the drivers on this list. The new D200 proved very easy to hit straight, work to the left and easy to adjust. And&it appears they are on their way to achieving exactly that. I enjoy much of the content on this site, but for such a high hype, major interest article, the regurgitation of the manufacturers marketing points is a major let down and added nothing new to what any semi-serious player already knows. Hugh W March 30, 2015 at 12:18 pm . I never said that the test was completely without merit as its a good starting point for off-the-rack club buyers. While size and ball speed have been maxed out for a while, manufacturers are still seeking out extra distance from adjustability and optimising the centre of gravity of the club head. Conclusion: for 99,9% of golfers, all the drivers are the same in terms of distance. I think thats why people are complaining. It might not be the most adjustable Cobra offering, but it does not need to be.
Reply . Is the AFO DFX Tour the new 2015 head released about a week ago or is it the same 2014 AFO DFX standard head with the upgraded shaft? Reply . The negativity of the comments after this article are mostly of a piling on nature, usually found after an article concerning political candidates. Reply . The average Moment of Inertia (MOI to golf geeks), which measures the tendency for a clubhead to remain stable on off-center hits, shows the High Heat coming in at 5,346 grams-centimeters squared, Knuth said, versus the average of the other major models, 4,237. All drivers employ the bulge-and-roll design on the face, designed to help launch balls on target. Tomas March 30, 2015 at 4:01 pm . Whats scary to me is that Im starting to see how a good fitting might save them strokes based on their ball flight and other factors. He wrote it down.