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Date Posted: 19:07:55 11/22/14 Sat
Author: Matthew
Subject: Re: 1 Iron Titanium Driver
In reply to: Tom 's message, "Re: 1 Iron Titanium Driver" on 02:00:15 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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