Monday, March 29, 2010

From Golf Magazine (ClubTest, February 2010)

Category: Max Game-Improvement Drivers
We tested: 9°, 10.5° with UST Mamiya Series 65 graphite shaft

Company line: "Advanced heel-toe (HT) weighting is due to two internal weight cavities in the heel and two in the toe. The result is a lower, deeper center of gravity for higher, longer, more accurate shots. The club's expanded face size (15 percent larger than previous Bazooka models) provides a larger effective hitting area and an ultra-hot launch from more points on the face."

PROS: Good basic club, no frills or thrills; works well for the everyman; lightweight, comfortable feel throughout the swing; gives you a little boost without making you pay a lot for it; easy to get the ball airborne on a productive trajectory; the draw-bias head effectively minimizes banana slices; commendable job maintaining distance on slight misses.

CONS: Middle-of-the-road for accuracy; no distinguishing features— don't expect magnificent results; panelists prefer a hotter impact sensation and more correction on toe shots.

$299, graphite

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