As long as any other combination and more accurate than any other. I told my buddy that if I keep hitting them this well that I was going to buy it. I would say that this club was my favorite. Good club- Average price. If you suffer with a slice like I do, this may be the club for you.
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I quickly concluded that Cleveland did not have anything like xleveland draw swing in mind when they created the XLS the XLS Tour may be a better match for those who currently hit draws or straight drives with a square or open-faced driver.
Every manufacturer has been doing this for the last several years.
I had never used a Cleveland driver before but with these results I will always keep them in mind. Only my Odyssey putter is not Cleveland.
Cleveland Hi Bore XLS Monster Draw Driver Reviews – Golf Club Reviews – Golfbidder
As a 3 handicapper, distance is crucial yes, monstrr why have distance when its not going straight? I found moving the ball an inch back off my left heal and having the clubface slightly open at address worked well for me. I must not have been alone.
The HiBORE is not a bad looking driver, provided you can get over the scooped-out look of the head, presumably inspired by the old Halo hybrid.
I have a YS8 stiff but was wondering what the masses are using. This thing is off the chain. The club feels much lighter than my TM and that took a little getting used to.
I just bought the club there today for Would you say it is a huge improvement over the HiBore XL? Suffice it to say that, at first, all I could hit were right-to-left-moving bullets that reached a maximum height of about 20 feet.
My god what a club.
Cleveland HiBore Monster XLS Draw Driver
I am crushing my drives and they are clefeland very straight. Trying to hit a draw resulted in a duck hook often enough to make it a very uncomfortable undertaking on the course.
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. I felt like my average distance was hurt by not being able to freely release the club for fear of the hiborr. The shaft also features counterfeit protection that involves using a polarized piece of plastic to verify authenticity.
Cleveland HiBORE XLS Driver Review
The Red is the heavier weight, lower torque version with a higher kick point than the Gold. I just got an XLS with the gold shaft today. Once I started setting up for a big cut but lining it up to go straightI began to hit fairways pretty consistently. Clevelanr to sit very closed unless you open it up to sit on the back sole of the head.
I play a draw and could not deal with this club at all. I used the launch monitor and tested a lceveland of other drivers and definitely hit this one the best. Great claims, but do they hold up? Your email address will not be published.
The toe graphics will change from white to yellow on the real thing. I purchased mine a few years ago.
I wish Cleveland would make a 17 deg fairway wood in the XLS technology; it would be a winner. Cleveland is placing titanium spines inside the clubhead to direct impact energy to the ball to create more efficient energy transfer and high ball speeds from impact locations. It sounded like something had exploded at the bottom of the swing. This driver is a must have.
The problem is that I hit the ball very high off the tee with the R and sometimes too much spin.