CLEVELAND HIBORE XLS MONSTER DRAW DRIVER
My only question is what kind of shaft are yall using? Turned mine back in to the shop. The yardage increase from the straight and draw never have had before this club is huge. The charcoal finish helps minimize any shock to the senses that the size of the head and its shape might cause. My misses generally came when I did not hold off the finish and drew it into the left rough.
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The club feels much lighter than my TM and that took a little getting used to. I had to make contact well out on the toe or way in on the heel before I could tell where the clubface met the ball. I got the XLS Draw 9 degree with the stiff red shaft. I used the launch monitor and tested a couple of other drivers and definitely hit this one the best.
The XL corrected many of the deficiencies found in the original. Your review is absolutely correct! Prior to buying this club, I had been playing a Titleist k.
I must not have been alone. My average drive was probably about yds. Share this with your golf clleveland Even though feel is distinctly dampened in this model, compared to the original this is practically a forged muscleback.
Cleveland Hi Bore XLS Monster Draw Driver Reviews
Just picked one up and love it. Bit as i found it inconsistent i decided to stay with my TopFlite Gamer 3 wood of the tee.
And remember, this was not the XLS Draw. Now what im trying to say is if every shot was like the first, then it would suit my game well.
Cleveland Hibore XLS Draw Drivers
As for the XLS, it has eliminated the majority of the side spin and it carries even further than my did! Cleveland has even added a measure of protection against clevelandd. Your mileage may vary. I told my buddy that if I keep hitting them this well that I was going to buy it. Unlike the double-faced drivers that a few second-tier manufacturers Bang, among others experimented with a couple years ago, the spines in the XLS run perpendicular to the clubface.
Cleveland is placing titanium spines inside the clubhead to direct impact energy to clevelajd ball to create more efficient energy transfer and high ball xle from impact locations.
I must say it feels great to be able to hit the ball this good. The yardage increase from the straight and draw never have had before this club is huge. If you get the right shaft in this driver it seems impossible to miss the fairway!!!! Simply put, Distance Driven Geometry moves weight low and back in the clubhead. I would say that this club was my favorite. I felt like my average distance hbore hurt by not being able to freely release the club for fear of the hook.
I just went out today to pick up a new driver.
Cleveland HiBore Monster XLS Draw Driver
Well about metres on the fly is achievable with this beauty, so depending on fairway conditions you are considerably shortening holes. The head is a little stretched out, but not grossly so at least to my eyes.
My only question is what kind of shaft are yall using? One drive on my Skycaddie readfor me thats unbelievable!!!
I have the XLS I did open the club face on a couple of drives and sliced the ball, probably about 10 to 15 yds off the target, but that was user error and not the club. Clevelad sounded like something had exploded at the bottom of the swing. The hardest club for me to hit has always been my driver. I have not played a ton of golf in my life, probably around 15 total rounds since I started.