So essentially it is a marketing exercise as opposed to anything that advances driver technology. I don't personally care about robot testing because I'm not that consistent. Having not played for a year I missed the 1st 11 Drives I hit at my local reserve, really terribly, but when I got onto it, woo hooo. For that reason I love watching your reviews on all products, big thanks to that. I have spent a few weeks now testing this driver and also had a fitting for the M3 and M4. Could you do a video showing, with a picture, of what you mean by a bit closed. By day, Bill is a technology manager living in the Chicago suburbs with his wife and kids.
Secondly, I do use mid handicap testing in many of my videos. I would like to see a review hitting outside. I'd say close, but obviously that's just a guess. My numbers may be very different to yours, or to others that watch the channel, in terms of club head speed and spin etc etc. I currently play off of 7 and need to be off of 4.
All going down the £500 route, how do they expect anyone but the rich affording this? Thanks for your time Rick, great honest, fair review. The new Big Bertha line was also welcomed very well as there was quite a bit of history behind it. I got more yardage just by going with a lighter shaft in my current driver, which essentially cost me nothing. They are using a supercomputer to design a faster and longer club face, and the Epic Flash is the result. Performance The performance for the was interesting to me. I couldn't be happier, I am wondering though in your comparison to the Epic Pro vs the Taylormade P790 why you didn't go back to the Epic.
It's all about loft angles, sure they offer great forgiveness, but loads of irons do as well. The best test will be when he compares this driver against another with similar face angles and strikes and sees how the side spin compares. Another brilliant review of a big driver in golf. I'm actually coming across to Europe for a bit over 3 weeks. Each of those circles isn't 40 yards wide. The dude drives it 300+ yards because he has 160+ mph ball speed, with excellent swing mechanics.
You have a great ability to explain all the tech in a manor that is easy to understand and relate to. Once again like the new review style. If it looks good behind the ball and is square, thats what matters to me. This may be a setting that suits you better. I can't imagine how much time you're investing in your reviews and hope you still have time to spend with the family.
A simulator would not tell us exactly what the ball will do once it gets down the line. I can't see any difference in real life from one setting to another. Any advice on an after market shaft that can raise the spin a little? All articles, images, product names, logos, and brands are property of their respective owners. I played a couple of weeks back at Royal Birkdale and even on a links course I didn't see any long run out — I wish they had it would have given me an advantage Not sure what Rick's issue with the lofts is all about. Dead centre strikes it behaves pretty much the same as my old taylor made burner superfast, but the forgiveness on mild misses is amazing.
If a brand says their new driver is more aerodynamic for example, I will test that. In this review you said that they went too far but gave the nod to the P790 based on distance compared to the Epic Pro. Epic performs just as well, has more adjustability, and now costs less! How does it compare to the Ping G400 Max? Can the same be said for epic flash subzero as rogue subzero or does it play and set up more like epic? What the numbers told me was that I was not realizing the full potential of this driver which makes me super excited, a little frustrated, and very curious. And see what Mark has to say about the Epic Flash Driver! I am testing of the claims of the brand. Not the sliding weights, but the screw-in ones. But I think what you need to take from these videos, is that regardless of ability. This tried and tested method of coaching has helped many golfers achieve their personal goals and beyond.
When setting up behind the ball, the toe is in the air a bit which is common with a deep-faced club. It makes you wonder if it would be the answer for someone trying to find the ultimate low spin driver. If you don't see your post, it's probably because your account has low karma and AutoModerator removed it. I think your review is spot on. Got a photo you took on your phone of a swing with a mad crazy shaft flex? Hit this club 6 months ago and it was great. Callaway Golf Callaway Epic Flash Drivers Have a look at this promotional video from Callaway to learn more about the new Callaway Epic Flash driver.