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post #19 of 21
I'm not usually one to say this, but this time, your money would be better spent on lessons than another driver.
post #20 of 21

I wouldn't expect the R11s to be much more forgiving that 910D2.  The R11s is newer technology but not that big a difference.  If you weren't fit for your D2 and were fit for an R11s that would likely be the reason for any improvement in your drives.  I agree with meenman, keep the D2 and get a lesson using your D2. 

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07 Burner Draw Driver 10.5 is a 36 Handi's best friend off the tee. a1_smile.gif



Couldn't agree more. This was my first driver when getting back into the game. I play a 910 d2, but when I'm not hitting well, I always go back to my 07 burner.
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