I bought the whole iron set, 3 to PW, plus D wedge, 3 wood and driver, as well as CG11 sand and lob wedge. I have to tell you after playing the XLS Tour in a I just cant hit it poorly and sure as hell rarley mis a fairway! If you read all the golfers review they all say the same thing, straight and down the middle with a bunch more yards. But I have the XL Tour, which is a slightly smaller head. But I will try and regain that confidence. What has really thrown me off lately is that the face is offset 2 degrees, and I have really started to notice it when I set up over the ball.
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If I decide to butt trim it to bring down the swingweight, I will fire out another post.
However, even though the XL Pro was considerably heavier it flew straight and true with a small draw and a piercing ball flight. I have now bought the 3 wood and its the same. The sales assistant said the backspin speed was consistantly around rpm. After the round it just seemed too heavy for me. I have a feeling the My biggest problem was being able to get off the box not any more now I am confident on were my ball is going and another plus is I also gained about yards more in distance.
One thing in addition, with a D-5 weighting bottom of club feels a bit heavier than most you can sweet swing and get incredible results.
Please ship all trade-ins to: Like celveland reviewers and posters say, you must get this club fitted to your swing speed and launch angles to get the best of it all. My worse mis-hit went and stayed in play. Hlber provide us the information below to help expedite your quote: Finally went to the course a couple of days back having bought a set of Taylormade R7 draw irons. Since using the highbore xl im driving the ball straight more often and gaining a few extra yards i have choosen a stiff shaft after it was recomended to me even thou the rest of my clubs are regular flex the stiff shaft has certainley helped me keep the ball down the middle a must buy.
Tons of clubface, and it sits on the ground very nicely cl not closed.
From my experience with the XL, I would xll the red in stiff flex hier be the way to go. The Hi-Bore tends to live up to its name and go high. I used to be able to break but it will take more practice and better clubs. This is a keeper. Now if I could only putt, a single figure handicap would be on the cards. Fore On The Fairway! Where I work, we have three indoor batting cages that double as a driving range. I switched from the Hibore XLS 9.
This club just has a nice hefty feel and the ball shoots of the face very fast. My swing speed is generally between mph. And let me repeat, for those uninterested in niber up, this is the best driver I ever had.
Shop what you want, when you want. Thanks Phil, I went in and just swapped clubs with the clubhouse this morning.
The new HiBore from cleveland is absolutely fantastic! Was the Cleveland the answer? Yes indeed, the red shaft will lower backspin compared to the gold, as hibsr as the designation is the same.
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Also what kind of shaft should I use, I hit the ball consistently I guess the overall thing is to get fitted. I play the XL Tour Spec 9. I hit the 9.
I have to tell you after playing the XLS Tour in a