My question is for those who have played this club. Used and in very good to excellent condition. This is a Cleveland 1 Launcher 8. No additional import charges on delivery. It has a raised dot in the h. Fairways are soft around here, once they firm up, I expect to be adding 20 — 30 yds to my driving distances. Thanks James for your comments.
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Shaft Material see all. The lovely balance in of the head, the low trajectory and the fact it goes straight most of the reg.toue have renewed my confidence in the game and myself.
Cleveland Hibore XL Tour Drivers
Mild marks; a few scratches or nicks possible. Take a look at our Returning an item help page for more details. The only thing that has been close for me is the Sumo, also a 16 degree stiff. This is a Tour Issue driver head, and has the T in the serial number. It has been a revelation. The most impressive past is the extra roll I get. My swing speed is generally between mph. I am used to the Adilla shaft in my previous drivers.
I feel that any good swinger of the golf club should give the tour head xl a whirl.
Cleveland Hibore XL Tour Drivers user reviews : out of 5 – 41 reviews –
This is so we can show you the relative RRP of that particular set. If I crank it ball goes left, rarely go right.
What is encouraging about this club and shaft combo is that the ball rolls out after finally coming down. 9. am a regular guy who never writes reviews but just had to give my side this time as it really is a great club.
Please enter a number less than or equal to 1. The less active red will be a more accurate reflection of the loft of the club. The sound is very loud in a driving range when you catch it sweet but a better noise than the Callaway ft-i and Nike sumo 2. We have also taken steel or graphite shafts in to consideration at this level.
And let me repeat, for those uninterested in scrolling up, this is the best driver I ever had. Perhaps the R7 helped too, but I finally broke and am extremely pleased with the XL. Any and all suggestions are appreciated.
The red shaft will do this for clevleand, lowering the launch angle by arriving at the ball with less tip deflection due to firmer tip and higher kickpoint. I believe the only reason I really noticed it was the close quarters nibore the eeg.tour range I was on as well as the almost lack of sound out of my Titleist. With this club I can now do the same and had my first eagle putt as a result although I ended the hole with a birdie.
First few hits as a warm up were nothing special, so tried the FT3 to compare distance and direction. After playing with the clubs for several round as well as using them on mat and grass driving ranges, the scratches on the bottom of the clleveland are very minimal. The Canadian ask me if I would like to try it but I am not hitting very far yet.
Do you think the 8. Also, what about the gold vs. I imagine that my swing speed is considerably slower with this club and as it starts to feel heavier I may start reg.hour press a bit. The XL is very good.