Gil, The XL is a more forgiving driver than the launcher, and creates more distance on center and off center hits. Question though…you say go with the red shaft vs. In fact, if anything, it has been moved a little lower than its predecessor. Hitting a Launcher Comp 8. I also wanted to post to share something I saw in the new Golf Magazine: I have an extensive collection of drivers and this went to the top of the list immediately.
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Both versions have a D5 swing weight — about two or contorming notches above the standard D2. This move has really made me loose confidence in the club itself. Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers. After a couple weeks, though, my trajectories started to drop and become more penetrating. I hit it well but tended to miss too many fairways and was in the market for a new club.
From behind the clubs you are more easily able to see how Cleveland has moved weight behind the bottom half of the ball Once I was comfortable with the clubs I hit each of them off the extreme toe and heel to see how they would perform.
But, when you go for it, this gem has another gear waiting for you. I purchased the standard XL this past weekend from Golf Galaxy. It just conforminh better, and the Pro came over to ask my opinion. The Hibore XL 8.
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Nothing wrong with that stock shaft, though…. Spin will make the flight higher and keep the ball in the air. I have noticed a lot more consistency in shot type. As far as I know, all other ones are OK.
RH Cleveland HiBore XLS 10.5 Driver Regular R Flex
I was so impressed I tried the 3 wood and the HiBore iron set. My hiboore speed is with the driver but the trajectory is usually the problem.
Most of my drives were easily over had one land on the green that was and another just shy of yds. What I found right away was mostly straight balls with a high, driving flight that carried forever. After a few swings on the range and a few holes yesterday, it has an impressive, high and long flight and the balls rolled out when they finally landed.
Will update when I have played a few rounds.
Posted 05 August – Shafts have a lot to do with spin. My two cents worth on this club: I have been playing with it for about a year. Slightly changed my set up, lowered the tee height, and wow, was I impressed.
Originally Posted by golfaholic.
If you want to hit higher, hit higher on the clubface. In fact, if anything, it has been moved a little lower than its predecessor. There is a raised dot in the H of HiBore on the sole of teh illegal ones.
I could never control a driver and sacrificed distance for accuracy off the tee. I picked up an unusual looking Hibore XL 9.
Hey Gene, My first inclination was to tell you to go with the standard model, but your best bet would probably be to hit both of them on a launch monitor. I used to play with a very ccleveland headed driver, and have always liked a smaller headed wood. Those were the 2 clubs I compared against each other.
Another buddy that bought the burner who is also a slicer pulls his shot to the left and then it slices back to the center.