Fine, call it 20 yards front to back, but what I'm more interested to see is the 2012 driver to the 2017 driver and what changed. The survey is looking into psychological skills in some aspects of anxiety, all responses are much appreciated. Loving the format and your reviews! I'm actually coming across to Europe for a bit over 3 weeks. It makes you wonder if it would be the answer for someone trying to find the ultimate low spin driver. I really think this is the top contender, although I found it fairly loud the performance was good. I like to see any kind of comparison reviews.
Got a photo you took on your phone of a swing with a mad crazy shaft flex? If dobby were to have done the test, I'd expect similar results. Is Callaway on to something here with the supercomputer designed face? This tried and tested method of coaching has helped many golfers achieve their personal goals and beyond. In the last 5 years, which is when I got fitted for my driver, I have yet to find a performance based reason to change. I've been looking at getting Taylormade Aeroburner forged irons, but I was wondering if you have any other suggestions. Use of these names, logos, and brands does not imply endorsement unless specified.
I was lucky to get my hands on the sub zero version. I may have given up 5 yards in carry compared to the Fly-Z+ but with the added control and roll. My other question is, was he using a simulator? First disagreement ever; Teal is a Blueish Green, which this is not. Until then, we'll just have to live vicariously through Rick and his reviews. Awesome stuff, RickShielsGolf I previously stated that I preferred the older, more condensed reviews. Now that gain could be distance, it could be accuracy, hopefully both. You can also learn more about the game-enhancing benefits of Hole19 Premium.
Not surprised by the results of this one not living up to the promise. Just a thought, I don't know if that would benefit them and the industry as whole or not? Just thinking, in regards to your comments about the ball either going straight or left, and not having a movable weight to counteract this. For one person to do it I'd say it was sufficient to make the point. He mentioned he thought it was a pretty good driver. I remember when they were first coming out.
Not the sliding weights, but the screw-in ones. The shots early on that went to the right, with an open face, didn't even have a lot of spin. While the leap between the Epic and Rogue is relatively small, the Rogue's visual footprint seems to force my eye to slow my swing up - helping me keep control. Could you do a video showing, with a picture, of what you mean by a bit closed. I would not like to see this pricing model become the standard.
If you know anyone else who plays golf it would be even better if you can distribute it to them for me. Go and get fitted like I intend on doing once I am back from holidays. All of this said, I don't understand how the grooves could do that. Thanks for your time Rick, great honest, fair review. I have M2 irons and yes they do go further than my previous clubs — about 10 yards — but they fly very, very high also and I have no problems stopping them quickly on the greens.
The original Big Bertha, released in 1997 revolutionised driver design. Golf magazine had four guys get fitted for a new driver, all of varying abilities. Just wanted to say I've been watching your vids for 2 years now, and you've been a lot of help to my swing. Bill is a true golf gear nerd by definition who loves making custom club creations in his garage with tools like sledge hammers, blow torches, and his bare hands. On the other hand the best would be to have the standard drive really square or a bit open, since there is a draw version anyway! And that he thought it was well made for such a small company. Best drive netted me 278 yards down the middle.
He takes it out on the course to get a good idea of actual performance. I couldn't be happier, I am wondering though in your comparison to the Epic Pro vs the Taylormade P790 why you didn't go back to the Epic. The best test will be when he compares this driver against another with similar face angles and strikes and sees how the side spin compares. We do these comparisons every day with customers and show them the gains. My numbers may be very different to yours, or to others that watch the channel, in terms of club head speed and spin etc etc. Admittedly, the head shape is somewhat bulbous even at 450cc, but the size and shape of the head was meticulously designed alongside Boeing to be as aerodynamic as possible for greater speeds and more forgiveness.
They put the heaviest weight in the heel like we're told, and he still sliced it bad! Especially since it has a non-fade bias. I think what I took from the review more than anything, as already mentioned above, was how low this driver was spinning for him. How are they for distance and forgiveness? Are you considering treating yourself to a new 'big stick'? The least-able guy, he fought a slice. But once again, what really matters is if they can produce enough new technology to keep improving their golf clubs. Just send the mods a message and we'll approve it as soon as we can. The sound is amazing when hit on the screws and the club is very forgiving! The misses left are all you Rick if your honest.