For me the Bertha Fusion, with its much lighter and flexier shaft, is just easier to swing effectively. If you need more distance off the tee, this could be a great choice for you. If there was a group behind I'd alternate which club I hit my one tee shot with. Also think Nike and Adidas leadership lack guts and conviction. I use Cleveland wedges and love them, but the driver was brutal for me.
Kua shaft from its sister company that is light, stable and a touch on the long side at 45. This driver has increased forgiveness compared to the previous model, Epic. A Lamkin Cleveland Blue Cap grip comes as the standard option. So while the Cleveland I was testing pretty much matched my M2 in ball flight. The weather was overcast and there was at one point a brief light rain. Results should be more distance and speed for your ball.
Therefore, the Hi-Bore tech is supposed to create a very low-spin, but high-launch trajectory that hits the ball longer and straighter. In fact, I am putting so well with it, that I am scared to replace the grip. It has officially been a year since I truly fell in love with the game. This club takes me back to that time along with past Cleveland drivers. The only possible concern is the crash sound at impact that has also come across from the old HiBore along with the name. They target their stuff appropriately and do a solid job of explaining why one of their products would make an excellent choice for a specific type of golfer. This is the main reason I was interested in applying for this review, I want to see if a more forgiving driver can help me get my tee ball groove back.
Most golfers, Cleveland engineers say, need forgiveness on mis-hits and a higher launch, so any feature that doesn't work toward those objectives is a waste of material and unnecessarily confusing. Luckily my iron game improved while using this driver otherwise I would have been seeing an increase in strokes per my usual round. This club was designed to be more forgiving, so off center shots still produce a good feel and slightly more muted sound. This is actually the first driver I have used that has not had some sort of marking. My golf game is plagued with two weaknesses, the tee ball and staying focused throughout my round.
Lastly, the M4 also features a Geocoustic design that contributes to a larger sweet spot and magnifies the sound and feel of drives. But Cleveland Golf has been about much more than just wedges. The Flex-Fins also add a sleek, futuristic design feature to the club, further enhancing its visual appeal. I was actually fitted for this shaft and was chosen based off level of comfort due to my swing speed 99 mph and spin rate 2000 off the clubface. This was just and off-the-shelf product in a stock stiff shaft. I have worked in different aspects of the golf industry.
I had no idea then that this beautiful game would consume me and develop into one of my passions. The Launcher often left me using either my Hybrid or 6i on my second shot whereas I would normally be setting up with an 8i if I hit my gamer off the tee. I rolled a few long putts in and it's been in the bag ever since. I noticed no difference in accuracy between both clubs. Cobra King F8 The Cobra F8 is getting recognition as being long and straight also. But, they did borrow technology from Cleveland drivers of the past and produced an affordable driver that seems to be getting good praise from those who play it. Became interested in golf after a chance meeting of Mr.
Design — 8 The overall design of this driver is good. Social Proof After looking online for reviews, I was able to find some positive reviews from other golfers who have tried this driver. Off center hits felt good while still providing enough feedback that I could tell where the ball was stuck. These might even appeal to lower handicaps, maybe 5 to 16 or so. So it does not seem to be targeted towards players who prefer to get a fitting or to try before they buy. For those of you here that may not know me, my name is Bryan, and I love golf.
See our review here to learn more. The Fusion has the Callaway OptiFit hosel, while the Cleveland Launcher is bonded; both were at 10. But, before you decide to get it, you should know that it is a little expensive when compared to what many other brands have to offer, and so you should be ready to spend a little more cash to own one. The high balance point Miyazaki C Kua 50 shaft is a low torque design, helping users swing the club faster with the same amount of effort. As a long time athlete, you have the mindset that you can do anything that takes athleticism.