Teeing it low with this club just shortens the drive, period! What is encouraging about this club and shaft combo is that the ball rolls out after finally coming down. There is a raised dot in the H of HiBore on the sole of teh illegal ones. If the red shaft were to get you more distance, it would be on average of 5 yards at best. They are actually now selling them as non-conforming. Finally went to the course a couple of days back having bought a set of Taylormade R7 draw irons.
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I would be very careful of any Cleveland drivers on ebay. With so many new models coming out every year, all year long, it almost behooves golfers really serious about their games to make time to test new models on a regular basis.
I love the feel and most of my shots looked great. Mine is and I had to put in an X flex shaft, as the red one was too soft for me. Maybe I am mistaken It just got better, and the Pro came over to ask my opinion. Ball is arrow straight, with a slight fade. He did not like it at all. I guess the overall thing is to get fitted. Changes at a Glance As we wrote in our review last May, the original HiBore came through with what appeared to be a closed face and a propensity to launch the ball on a higher trajectory than its loft might suggest.
The ball blasts off the club face and it is far the best sounding club to my ears. I am mostly self taught, and spend far too much time messing around with different golf equipment. I have a question though.
Non Conforming RH Cleveland Hi-Bore XL Driver 10.5 Regular Fujikura Fit-On Gold
The soles of the clubs are a bit shiny but are actually quite hibbore in the fact that they do not scratch easily. The only thing that has been close for me is the Sumo, also a 16 degree stiff. Happy to say it seems to be what I hoped for. Would recomend to any hi to mid handicapper.
I do not get my clubs for free like Mr. Tourstage Synergy 9.
Cleveland HiBore XL NonConforming?’s
I am a very average golfer and previously have never had any confidence whatsoever when it came to my driving. I finally got out on a course 2 weeks ago, and as is always the case, was running late, meaning absolutely no warm ups or practice shots. On the launch monitor, both Hibore Hiborr and Burner gave me plenty of distance, with the burner a little more by non-conformimg, but Non-conformming prefered the look and feel of the Hibore XL more, which ultimately adds to my confidence with the driver when I line up on the first tee.
When you do that, it launches high, spins very little, stays in the air forever and goes a long long way. All other characteristics crown paint finish, loft etching on heel, and Cleveland logo alignment aid on crown are all a dead match to the retail model, as I have verified in person.
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Same shaft and specs, it performs the same. Thanks Phil, I went in and just swapped clubs with the clubhouse this morning.
The scary thing is, the less power you give it, the further it seems hiore go. The 1st drive I hit with it was certainly 20 yards past anything the Taylormade had produced, maybe a bit more! I think earlier in the season he was still with the XL.
Cleveland HiBore XL NonConforming?’s – Equipment – GolfWRX
The workmanship of the club assembly is perfect, as are the finishes and features. Went down to the range to try it out but ended up slicing most of the shots and was quite disappointed. Perhaps the R7 helped too, but I finally broke and am extremely pleased with the XL. I opted for the lower loft to get similar results to the Launcher. Almost night and day. When the snow melts next spring………Look out!