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Mizuno Mx-700 vs. Cleveland Monster Hibore XLS vs Taylormade Burner High Launch

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which driver in your experience is the straightest and has a relatively high launch. I have heard the HiBore has a loud noise but that does not matter to me neither does distance. I can hit it about 260 to 275 max and thats not to bad for a middle schooler.
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Re: Mizuno Mx-700 vs. Cleveland Monster Hibore XLS vs Taylormade Burner High Launch

Originally Posted by aca247 View Post
which driver in your experience is the straightest and has a relatively high launch. I have heard the HiBore has a loud noise but that does not matter to me neither does distance. I can hit it about 260 to 275 max and thats not to bad for a middle schooler.
just wondering, if you can "supposbly" hit that distance and your in middle school. why would you want to change drivers.
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Re: Mizuno Mx-700 vs. Cleveland Monster Hibore XLS vs Taylormade Burner High Launch

Originally Posted by aca247 View Post
which driver in your experience is the straightest and has a relatively high launch. I have heard the HiBore has a loud noise but that does not matter to me neither does distance. I can hit it about 260 to 275 max and thats not to bad for a middle schooler.
Never tried the Mizuno, but the Burner and Monster seem about the same to me as far as straightness.

Originally Posted by kennay92 View Post
just wondering, if you can "supposbly" hit that distance and your in middle school. why would you want to change drivers.
Maybe he is having a problem with hitting fairways? I always love how when someone says the hit it over 225 yards no one believes them. I can carry 280 all day long on drives and have hit a 350 yard par 4 dead center on a dry day with a huge bounce and roll but i'm sure a 225 yard hitter wouldn't believe it until they see it. Point is I can see him hitting 260-275 without question,why not just stick to his question without throwing in "supposbly" and calling him out?
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Re: Mizuno Mx-700 vs. Cleveland Monster Hibore XLS vs Taylormade Burner High Launch

Originally Posted by kennay92 View Post
just wondering, if you can "supposbly" hit that distance and your in middle school. why would you want to change drivers.
because thats the farthest and notice i said max that means when i do not shank it to the left (because i am a lefty) and Yamaha Jay pinpointed my problem and thanks for the support
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Re: Mizuno Mx-700 vs. Cleveland Monster Hibore XLS vs Taylormade Burner High Launch

Originally Posted by YamahaJay View Post
Never tried the Mizuno, but the Burner and Monster seem about the same to me as far as straightness.



Maybe he is having a problem with hitting fairways? I always love how when someone says the hit it over 225 yards no one believes them. I can carry 280 all day long on drives and have hit a 350 yard par 4 dead center on a dry day with a huge bounce and roll but i'm sure a 225 yard hitter wouldn't believe it until they see it. Point is I can see him hitting 260-275 without question,why not just stick to his question without throwing in "supposbly" and calling him out?
im not surprised when somone says over 225 cause i can carry 250-260 pretty easy...shit, someone at my range was carrying the 250 yard net[2 story net] with range balls with his putter.. Its just that he's in middle school and i hardly believe anyone 12-15 years old can hit it 260 to 275 max
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Re: Mizuno Mx-700 vs. Cleveland Monster Hibore XLS vs Taylormade Burner High Launch

Its just that he's in middle school and i hardly believe anyone 12-15 years old can hit it 260 to 275 max
We have a 15 years old kid at our club who hits his driver 300-320 easily. His regular 7 iron is 200 yards long!! (Hits a SW on the 145 yards 10th)
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Re: Mizuno Mx-700 vs. Cleveland Monster Hibore XLS vs Taylormade Burner High Launch

Originally Posted by Golfaway View Post
We have a 15 years old kid at our club who hits his driver 300-320 easily. His regular 7 iron is 200 yards long!! (Hits a SW on the 145 yards 10th)
he must have been drinking his milk.
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Re: Mizuno Mx-700 vs. Cleveland Monster Hibore XLS vs Taylormade Burner High Launch

Originally Posted by kennay92 View Post
im not surprised when somone says over 225 cause i can carry 250-260 pretty easy...shit, someone at my range was carrying the 250 yard net[2 story net] with range balls with his putter.. Its just that he's in middle school and i hardly believe anyone 12-15 years old can hit it 260 to 275 max
i am 6 foot 190 pounds and can deadlift 300. I can do a lot better
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Re: Mizuno Mx-700 vs. Cleveland Monster Hibore XLS vs Taylormade Burner High Launch

i just got my xls and love it.. it for sure has high lauch ( its in my sig) and straight also.. of course it will not go straight with a bad swing, but thats any driver, or any club for that matter. but put a good swing on it and its an arrow.
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