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RetroJFrancisco

How many yards am I loosing with an out of date driver?

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Basicaly I've got a T D2 about 4 - 6 years out of date (not quite certain), compared to the newer technology of the rocketballz 2 for instance..

How many yards you guys recon I could gain?

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I play a Nike Ignite......it came out in 2003.  I have a customized shaft for my swing and I hit it pretty damn far.  Eventually drivers do lose their pop....but take your driver to Dick's and compare it on their swing analyzer with a new one.  Easiest way to tell....and free.

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Just realized your in the UK....not sure if they have Dick's sporting goods...but take it to any golf shop that has a swing analyzer.

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Doubt your are loosing any yards at all.  If you hit it decently, and get it into the fairway, then don't change it.  The only advantage of some of the newer models is adjustability.

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