Pros: Sure Fit Tour adjustable hosel, so many shaft choices!
Cons: Where's the white? (:
Well to say the least, before this club my driving game has been anything but consistent. At age 14, I had a Nike Sumo (not square) and was creaming the ball 270 on average that summer in my tournaments. Must have been the driver. Who knows. I recently purchased this driver though at my local pro shop brand SPANKIN NEW for a mere 270 dollars. I felt like I was literally robbing them, on account of it's retail is 400. Anyways, I went to the range tonight and got a bucket of only thirty, due to the heat, and tested out my consistency with it again. 27 out of the 30 were a beautiful draw down the middle of my imaginary fairway i draw out on my driving range. The other three had a bit too much draw on them and were just off the left side in the first or second cut, Which I would still take as long as i'm not in the jungle! The performance of this club is outstanding. I currently have mine set on D2 setting on the Sure Fit Tour adjustable hosel, which is a low draw. I have a naturally high and straight ball flight, so I set it to low and hard draw to get a nice neutral flight with some right to left power for a few extra yards of bounce/roll. The look of it at address is classic. A somewhat long looking club head, but at address, it is not too big at all. The D2 is known for it's shallower face if I'm not mistaken, which promotes a semi high ball flight, and a more forgiving club. Accuracy wise, this thing is number one, distance I haven't figured out just quite yet. I get a 265 down the middle right now, looking to get it to 280. Depends on how short the fairways are i guess. Playability with this club also? Brilliant. My 65 year old Grandpa smoked one of his longest drives in years with his first hit with it. Many think Titleist is too elite for them, but this club has the forgiveness of any other 'common brand' Driver. With so many shaft choices too, you're bound to find the perfect fit for your liking! Grip it and Rip it!