With the Cleveland my carry was — and I got way more roll, on average 25 — 30 yards, but sometimes up to 50 yards. The club was hotter than the USGA limit of. The club that fit my club head speed about and entry angle fairly low was the With the Tour Trajectory shafts my ball flight was more penetrating and got more roll than what I currently get. Now how does THAT happen? Having a slightly less closed face would certainly be a nice thing….
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Also what kind of shaft should I use, I hit the ball consistently Sorry, there was an error in submitting your review. Overall, both models hbiore an extremely consistent ball flight. It works, though, with this club. The new Hibore XL is nearly as accurate and the distance problem is solved.
The headcovers are quite nice and the E-Z Grab feature allows you to pull off the headcovers with ease. Just got one this week and at first It felt totally different from my Ping G5, plus I had to tee it a bit lower.
Gold shaft is the one for you. But I will try and regain that confidence.
I am 17 and been playing for about 4 months, about 3 times a week. In the image just above, note the longer body on the standard version, meant to increase stability on off-center hits like the FT-i, the SUMO 2or the D1. I thought the 9. You have a new lifelong customer. Purchased an Hour Hibore 9.
There is a raised dot in the H of HiBore on the sole of teh illegal ones. After a few swings on the range and a few holes yesterday, it has an impressive, high and long flight and the balls rolled out when they finally landed. If you still have the grafalloy shaft and liked it, try putting it in the new XL. I live in Las Vegas and this club gives me high launch with alot of zip on it so the spin is pretty low which allows for a 30 to 40 yard run out on these firm desert fairways.
For a swing speed of the stock red stiff feels very good, surprised because my SS is at the low end for the stiff.
The regular XL is great, and in fact it has a bit bigger face to hit with. Hey guys thanks for the quick replies.
My drives were averaging about yards and were consistently in the fairway if you can believe the picture screen. When I try and hit it hard and hit the sweet spot it tends to ballon really high.
I have an unusual setup … the 16 degree SuperLoft with a stiff gold shaft. Show less Show more.
Cleveland HiBore XLS Tour Driver Review
The model i tried was the 9. The less active red will be a more nibore reflection of the loft of the club. I would have thought at my swing speed the red would have been better but to be honest I get better results of the yellow shaft and putting ego aside will stick with it. Was fitted with a Hibore XL I hit the XL further and Clevelanx hitting it pretty straight too for a change.
One of the first geometry-based drivers on the market, the Cleveland HiBORE has changed the shape of the tee game and set the tone for what has become a new era in driver head shape. No ratings or reviews yet.
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Had been playing the Titleist D1 for about weeks. I am was a strong player who has struggled the past few years with an ugly hook some of the time and draws most of the time. Big eye opener for me.