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Date Posted: 11:44:02 11/17/14 Mon
Author: Steven (Curious)
Subject: 1 Iron Titanium Driver

So far, no feedback on the 12 degree Titanium Driver in the forum. Has anyone had any experience with it? How did it perform?

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[> Re: 1 Iron Titanium Driver -- Roy Reed (R2), 21:12:41 11/17/14 Mon

Steve: I posted some input on the 1-Iron driver a few years back, but here is the latest update. It is one of the best drivers out there today! I've played it for about 4 years and simply love it. Several of my students also play it and they would all concur it is a GREAT driver! It has a smaller head and is much easier to square up at impact than those 460cc drivers being pushed on unsuspecting golfers these days. The 12* loft is extremely forgiving, and it is very easy to hit consistently because of the shorter shaft. It doesn't have that "tin-can" sound at ball impact either! I've played a LOT of drivers over the years, and tried the new "gimmicks" that pop up each year. I've never, ever found a driver that can do what the 1-Iron driver does. Period! I highly recommend this driver to anyone looking to improve their golf game. As always, hit 'em straight! R2

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[> [> Re: 1 Iron Titanium Driver -- Steven, 16:19:12 03/28/15 Sat

Thanks for all the responses to my post concerning the 1 Iron Titanium Driver. I have been hitting it at the local range during the winter here on Long Island, and have to agree that it is the best driver I have ever had, and this w/o having used it on a course! I cut my former driver down by 2", re-gripped it with the 1 Iron grip used on their clubs, and compared it to the 1 Iron driver. No comparison! The 1 Iron was MUCH easier to square up and had the same or better distance overall. The face on the larger head of my old driver felt "hard" and "slippery" (if that makes sense) whereas the 1 Iron driver seemed to hold the ball longer on the face (a softer feel). I agree with Roy Reed----the I Iron Titanium Driver is a great club. Again, thanks for all the help.

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[> Re: 1 Iron Titanium Driver -- Matthew, 06:34:29 11/19/14 Wed

I've been playing the 12 1-Iron driver for the past two years and it has changed my game. With all other drivers I've played I was constantly in the rough either right or left - most of the time a big slice to the right. With the 1-Iron driver I'm in the fairway 90% of the time and just as long.

Matt

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[> [> Re: 1 Iron Titanium Driver -- Tom, 02:00:15 11/22/14 Sat

What kind of distance are you getting compared to the bigger 460cc drivers?

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[> [> [> Re: 1 Iron Titanium Driver -- Matthew, 19:07:55 11/22/14 Sat

The size of the clubhead has no affect on distance. Anyway, I hit the 1-Iron driver as far or farther than any driver I've played in the past.

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[> [> [> Re: 1 Iron Titanium Driver -- Roy Reed (R2), 20:07:28 11/23/14 Sun

Tom: Matthew is absolutely correct-clubhead size has nothing to do with distance. It is the loft of the clubhead and your swing speed that determine distance. In reality, the larger the clubhead, the harder it is to consistently hit it's "sweet spot", and you end up playing your second shot out of the rough. Watch the pros - when they NEED to make a precise shot off the tee on a long par 4, they will use their 3-wood because they know what it will do. They still hit the ball 300+ yards, but it goes where they need it to go. As I stated before, today's big-name manufacturers keep pushing the stupid idea that "bigger is better". Nothing could be further from the truth. The real truth is, you are much, much better off playing a smaller-headed driver that is easier to square up at impact. I personally use several different drivers depending on the course and the conditions, and they are all smaller than 405cc. Anyway, just my 2-cents. R2

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[> Re: 1 Iron Titanium Driver -- Nelson, 15:59:05 04/05/15 Sun

I purchased my 1 Iron set in fall 2011 I have been playing all this year as I am in Florida for the winter for the first time and I can honestly say the more I swing it the better I get. And it is about 4" shorter than a normal driver

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