Saturday, August 16, 2008

My golf game's Viagra



This past week I bought what I would call my golf game's Viagra. You're probably wonder what the hell I'm talking about. Let me explain.

For those of you who have played golf with me, you understand that I have a propensity to hit my driver close to parallel with low flying birds. I hit the ball so low, two foot tall saplings are in danger.

So it was keeping this in mind that I purchased the Cleveland Hibore XL Driver. My swing speed is around 90 mph so I went with a stiff shaft (no Viagra jokes here). Moreover, the tip is "active" so I get some extra power near impact. There are a number of other specs, but only about 1% of us know what they mean. NOTE: I'm in the 99% who has no clue what "3.5 torque" means.

But it wasn't the shaft, tip or torque that caught my addition. It was the "High Loft" label on the Hibore's club head. I thought the 16 degree loft might be a mistake. Up until this point, the highest loft I had seen was 11.5 degrees.

It wasn't a type though. Known to only a few, Cleveland offers their Hibore XL Driver in a 16 degree. Awesome! I bought it right away.

They also offer a 2-wood if you need something a little easier to control. The 2-wood is 16 degrees, but the shaft is only 44 inches instead of 45, which is standard for most drivers.

I gave the 16 degree Hibore a try this morning. Out of 13 drives, I only duffed one. The others were long and high, majestic looking, drives. I even hit one around 280 which is pretty long for me.

My conclusion is, if you need to add some height to your drives, check out the 16 degree Hibore XL from Cleveland. So far it's been my golf game's Viagra.

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