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other than the r7... who else makes drivers with a head smaller than 460cc??
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Titleist 909 D3
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titleist 905s is a few years old but its 400cc
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i just picked up an older model titleist 983k. i love the look of it at address but havent gotten used to hitting it yet. anybody ever had one of these drivers??
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Re: 400-425 cc drivers

Originally Posted by Pat007 View Post
Titleist 909 D3
seriously looking into one of these...
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Yea, the 905S/T are both sub 460, i have a tour issue one upstairs, fantastic club. The 909's are good clubs, but so are the 905's and 907's.
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Originally Posted by -BAMA- View Post
seriously looking into one of these...
Well, to be quite technical, the 909 D3 is 440 cc. I still play my r7 Quad.
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I have a old Titliest 975J that i use every now and then. Im not sure of the size but i assume its around 400cc.
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I definitly do not like the 460 drivers, but haven't found a new model in a couple years that is less than 440cc (which is what the Titleist 909D5 is, I think). I was just looking at the Hot List today and they have the list of sizes with a few models less than 460, but not much smaller. I would love to see some of the new technology in a smaller head. I currently play a TaylorMade R540XD and have for years. I have owned 3-4 other drivers in 460cc size since purchasing the 540, but always go back to it because I prefer the smaller size and feel it's easier to 'work' than the larger heads.

I would love to find a new driver in that 390-425 size and I expect every year that someone will come out with one. Johnny Miller in Golf Digest or Magazine said in his column a year or 2 ago that he expected to see manufacturers start to design and sell smaller headed drivers in a couple years and I'm still waiting.

(And 'Yes' I know the Cleveland HiBore models until the Monster have been less than 460, but they still look like 460 and the Callaway FT-i was also under 460, but it was too expensive and didn't feel right.)
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the new nike dymos come in smaller cc versions. I want to say around 380cc's. Its the model Kim has been using and nike says that tiger is going to use when he comes back.
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try to find a r7 425 cheap of of ebay or and taylormade r510tp its an amazing driver
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The new TM R9 is 420 i believe and the the R7 limted is 440. The driver I use, Hibore XL Tour is a great river and i thnk its under 400- although it might be just over but is def under 460 and i love the small head as it is much easier to work and the 3 dgree open face suits my game perfectly
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Taylormade R580XD , 440cc. A few years old though.
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i hit the r7 425... its just not my style...

i just hate these 460 heads... its like swinging a coffee can on a stick, i wish they'd bring back the launcher 400....

im not consistent enough to get one of the titleists drivers....
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The older callaway erc fusion is smaller but easier to hit than the titlest..that was a great driver if you can get over the sound, and there was a 2005 model cobra that came in a 400cc size that was supposed to be aimed at middle handicappers
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