Hot Spot in the centre of the face for higher launch and greater distance. Write a Review Thank you, your review has been submitted successfully and will be included on the page once approved. Rate this product Select rating 1 star rubbish 2 stars poor 3 stars average 4 stars very good 5 stars outstanding You must select a rating. I love this club. Every ball I hit ended up in the fairway. Strongly recommend this club as a game improvement choice. However things are a little more complicated if you’re looking at a set of irons.
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I bought the XLS 9. The Red is the heavier weight, lower torque version with a higher kick point than the Gold. Write a Review Rate This Product: We can notify you by email the moment it’s in stock! This is easily my favorite driver model.
Sneak Peek: Cleveland Hi-Bore MONSTER Driver!
It’s loud when you make contact on the “sweet” spot, but the ball takes off like a rocket. Now what im trying to say is if every shot was like the first, then it would suit my game well. I still hit my old Launcher 4W although with a new Fujikara Hiborre shaft. The guy 10 bays down was complaining it was so loud.
I would say that this club was my favorite. I play a draw and could not deal with this club at all.
The club feels much lighter than my TM and that took a little getting used to. Seems to sit very closed unless clevealnd open it up to sit on the back sole of the head. Your email address will not be published. Every manufacturer has been doing this for the last several years.
Distance Driven Geometry moves weight lower and deeper in the club head to produce optimal launch conditions and higher ball speeds for greater overall distance.
Cleveland HiBORE XLS Driver Review (Clubs, Review) – The Sand Trap
I’ve tried many but this actually works for me. My x,s was right. 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.
Every other club I own is a Nike model. Good club- Average price. I have played 2 rounds with my Monster XLS 9.
Before purchasing the club, I got on the good ole swing monitor and did some comparisions. I did notice however that almost every hit I took felt good. As it turns out, monstter out of three can be bad.
This driver is a must have.
MOI and redistributing weight low and back are the primary reasons we now have geometrically oriented clubheads in the first place. I just went out today to pick up a new driver.
I feel that I can get more distance while hitting the ball lower with the HiBore. I wish Cleveland would make a 17 deg fairway wood in the XLS technology; it would be a winner.
Hot Spot in the centre of the face for higher launch and greater distance. Conclusion Players who struggle clevrland over-the-top swings that result in slices may find some measure of salvation in the XLS driver. As for the design uibore of the reviewers said it was too clinical!!!
All I did was slow down my swing, kept a nice smooth tempo and the ball went were I wanted. Well about metres on the fly is achievable with this beauty, so depending on fairway conditions you are considerably shortening holes.
I must not have been alone.