I purchased it at the beginning of the year as I had heard nothing but how long it was and since I was still using the original Cleveland Launcher , I needed an upgrade. I bought the XLS 9. Every manufacturer has been doing this for the last several years. Hitting consistant now, and hitting every now and them. Last week I drove the green on a par-4 yds! Cleveland has even added a measure of protection against knockoffs.
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As for the XLS, it has eliminated the majority of the side spin and it carries even further than my hiibore I felt like my average distance was hurt by not being able to freely release the club for fear of the hook.
Cleveland HiBore Monster XLS Draw Driver
My off line drives were still playable and my poor shots were due to a bad swing not the clubs fault. As a 3 handicapper, distance is crucial yes, but monstter have distance when its not going straight?
My god what a club. I won the thing in a church golf tourney, and since I got it at the beginning of the round, I played with it today.
I have the XLS I must say it feels great to be able to hit the ball this good. Every one of them started smacking straighter drives immediately. I would say that this club was my favorite.
Much more solid than the XL hybrids which were, truly, a disappointment to me. I personally believe the technology in the hibore range is best suited to non-driver woods and hybrids.
Before purchasing the club, I got on the good ole swing monitor and did some comparisions. Next, I handed the driver to a few friends who struggle with slices. Any other shot seemed clevelsnd make the XLS irritable. After a dozen more swings at the range and re-positioning myself, Mknster started hitting consistent high and straight drives that truly felt effortless.
Took it out on the range and had a problem slicing it. Would you say it is a huge improvement over the HiBore XL?
Cleveland Hibore XLS Draw Drivers user reviews : out of 5 – 9 reviews –
MOI and redistributing weight low and back are the primary reasons we now have geometrically oriented clubheads in the first place. Share this with your golf buddies: Thank you in advance for your thoughts. Every manufacturer has been doing this for the last several cleeveland. Some still look odd to me, but for the most part I no longer chuckle when I look at one of these drivers hhibore address.
Great claims, but do they hold up? My typical swing with the original HiBORE produced drives that flew wedge-shot high, very straight… and about as far as a 3-wood.
As it turns out, two out of three can be bad. I had been using an r7 Draw driver which was very good but I was looking for something new. This club is killer……. I usually hit a small draw but now I am hitting the ball longer and straighter.
Cleveland HiBORE XLS Driver Review (Clubs, Review) – The Sand Trap
Unlike the double-faced drivers that a few second-tier manufacturers Bang, among others experimented with a couple years ago, the spines in the XLS run perpendicular to the clubface. All I did was slow down my swing, kept a nice smooth tempo and the ball went were I wanted.
If finding fairways is your primary goal, the XLS does a good job of it once you find the groove. Cleveland has even added a measure of protection against knockoffs. The toe graphics will change from white to yellow on the real thing.
Notify me of follow-up comments by email. The hardest club for me to hit has always been my driver. I have an XL Driver,