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As a 3 handicapper, distance is crucial yes, but why have distance when its not going straight? I purchased mine a few years ago. I wish Cleveland would make a 17 deg fairway wood in the XLS technology; it would be a winner. Cleveland is placing titanium spines inside the clubhead to direct impact energy to the ball to create more efficient energy transfer and high ball speeds from impact locations. The XL corrected many of the deficiencies found in the original. I had to make contact well out on the toe or way in on the heel before I could tell where the clubface met the ball.

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My typical swing with the original HiBORE produced drives that flew wedge-shot high, very straight… and about as far as a 3-wood. My only question is what kind of shaft are yall using?

Hibhbore usually hit a small draw but now I am hitting the ball longer and straighter. The hardest club for me to hit has always been my driver.

Hopefully I can carry over the range success to the real thing — on the course!

Write a Review Rate This Product: Cleveland also offers an impressive selection of custom shaft options, including additional models from Fujikura as well cleceland offerings from Aldila, UST, Mitsubishi, and Graphite Design. I feel that I can get more distance while hitting the ball lower with the HiBore.


Cleveland Hibore XLS Draw Drivers user reviews : out of 5 – 9 reviews –

I would say that this club was my favorite. Once I started setting up for a big cut but lining it up to go straightI began to hit fairways pretty consistently. Clleveland just bought the XLS 9. The ball started going straight and gaining the typical height of my drives.

Every other club I own is a Nike model. Even though feel is distinctly dampened in this model, compared to the original this is practically a forged muscleback. If I need to play a draw or a fade I can also do that easily with this club.

Good club- Average price. Took it out on the range and had a problem slicing it. Hignbore you in advance for your thoughts. It minimizes cut sidespin substantially. However on the negative side, my XLS appears to have lost paint off the bottom of the drw.

Seems to sit very closed unless you open it up to sit on the back sole of the head. The trend continued throughout the round and, needless to say, I fell in love.

Cleveland HiBore XLS Draw Driver

I still hit my old Launcher 4W although with a new Fujikara E shaft. I had never used a Cleveland driver before but with these results I will always keep them in mind. Well about metres on the fly is achievable with this beauty, so depending on fairway conditions you are considerably shortening holes. Every one of them started smacking straighter drives immediately.


All I did clevelabd slow down my swing, kept a nice smooth tempo and the ball went were I wanted.

I loved thebut I had to hold a lot back and really make smooth swings to keep myself in play. I just went out today to pick up a new driver. I personally believe the technology in the hibore range is best suited to non-driver woods and hybrids. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. It also provides a feature that at first seems silly, but is actually pretty nice to use.

The Red is the heavier weight, lower torque version with a higher kick point than the Gold. Though the standard XLS is supposed to have a square clubface, it feels closed. I aim down the right side of the fairway and mash this thing.

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. Share this with your golf buddies: