Registration is fast, simple and absolutely free. A good sound reason to reshaft a driver is “fine tuning”, modifying ball flight to some usually small degree. Nike Ignite – Graffaloy Blue 3W: Sign in anonymously Don’t add me to the active users list. It’s certainly a good thing that various equipment can be found today, with various degrees of forgiveness, to appeal all golfers. The Ultralight 60 seems to make this head want to fly left.

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They can be hit, but have proven risky. It often flies like a The Grafalloy responded well only to high-velocity swings. He plays a mild draw with a tendency to push right. But the forgiveness is much much better in the newer heads.

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Those who want low screamers will want a lower loft and a different shaft choice. Wish I still had it. It will still cost considerably less than going with a ritleist new stick.

It produced a hotter, lower trajectory that penetrated better, but had less leeway in accommodating swing speed variations.

Those with sound, inside-out swings have produced some very good overall patterns.

Titleist 975J-VS Driver

Titleist drivers have a good look to them — strong, competent and solid. Well, it definitely is one of my favorite drivers I used to own a D and it was a good club in it’s day, but it requires a precise swing and should only be used by accomplished players with a very repeatable swings who are ALWAYS around the sweetspot.


Sorry, just edited this post, which was a double of the one before. The LFF is not fade enhancing as some people have put it. They are both appreciably longer than the J. Some feel that Titleist rushed this product to market in a vain attempt to stem the swelling tide of the popular Taylor Made Series drivers.

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As to the Ultralight I titleost golf for fun so I’m not concerned with the “forgiveness” and whatnot. I don’t think the newer drivers are longer just more forgiving.

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My experience tells me that, to the contrary of what is generally agreed upon, some musclebacks are easier to hit than some cavity backs. Feel with the stiff-tipped Grafalloy has been deeper and more solid. An example of a small wood that still works is the original PT I know this was around the time that graphite was becoming the standard for everyone.


The newer drivers also have higher launch angles which lead to maximum carry distances. I say more power to you guys, have fun. Masochism would be to play clubs that I wouldn’t like in some way and that I wouldn’t feel confident with.

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They’re probably the best of the gray heads. The sweet spots are hugh on the larger heads. Is it to say that golfers from the years when only musclebacks and wound balls were available were less good than us, and having less fun?

Or, I guess, you can be like Letsteeitup, who appears committed to some kind of yitleist form of golf masochism. Javascript Disabled Detected You currently have javascript disabled. Registration is fast, simple and absolutely free.

And I wouldn’t trade my D for anything larger as well. The PGA Value Guide provides additional information about the number of transactions a value is based on as well as the most recent transaction date.