Pros: Customizable with 26 Loft/Lie Combinations
Cons: Nickent is Out of Business
This driver, when released, was the first to have an adjustable setup that allowed for numerous loft and lie settings plus the ability to change out shafts. Unfortunately it was this club that put Nickent out of business. The "King of Hybrids" developed this club and put an astronomical price on it ($599 I think- no less than $499) at the same time that the economy started to tank. I had wanted it then but at the time was out of golf, but when I came back to the game I picked one up at Rock Bottom Golf for $50. The hosels for the CYG were about $15 apiece and I have two shafts, a medium/high and a low launch to choose from based on course conditions before I tee off. I find the club to be long and consistent, and if I find myself hitting the ball a certain way during practice I can make adjustments to help correct my faults. I borrowed a buddy's new Razr Hawk and I'm a few yards shorter with this but at the price for those left out there, buy it now!