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I really like the sound of the Sumo2.


I used to see a guy everytime I went to the range (about a year ago for about 3 months straight) and he had an amazing sounding driver, had more of what I would liken to a "classic sound". Didnt sound Like any of the new stuff I have heard.
Never foudn out what it was though.
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Nothing will ever match the sound of a persimmon driver hit right on the screws..........anyone remember when they still had screws?!

Second place, a perfect greenside bunker shot.

If you're asking about modern metal drivers......I'll just pass.

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Nothing will ever match the sound of a persimmon driver hit right on the screws..........

I second this one, real persimmon wood compressing a balata-covered wound ball. Nothing will ever quite match it, except perhaps the sound of real metal spikes on concrete or asphalt.

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Just got the G10 and it has the most crisp metal wood sound. Not too hollow or clanky just perfect.

My Mizuno irons have the "sound of feel" just like they say. I love the sound when that forged steel strikes the ball crisp.
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Any cleanly hit iron sound blows away the banging noise of a driver.

When I saw the thread title I immediately thought "what driver sounds best" but I definitely believe a well stroked iron (the one you know is going exactly where you wanted it without looking up) sounds great. After that its the pure putt.

I disagree fully with the Sumo sounding good. That thing sounds like a beercan on a stick.
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I disagree fully with the Sumo sounding good. That thing sounds like a beercan on a stick.

i thought it was more like a frying pan on a stick.... i played with a guy who had a 37cc titliest driver, and it sounded great
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The THWACK of persimon was pretty special. So is a well struck iron. I must say I do love the crazy oil can like sound my FT-i makes. Also, my Sonartec 3-wood makes a sound I have never heard from a 3-wood berfore... not sure if it's the driving cavity or what, but it is unique (lound and pingy, but not hollow.... if that makes any sense).

I would have to agree that the funniest sounds are often the after impact noices of cussing and clubs flying through the air via someone else.
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