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Ok so on my never ending search for a driver...

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I am looking to spend as little as possible. My choices are. Tmade rbz, cobra amp, or possibly zl encore if it is worth the extra 50$ So I hit it pretty far and love a shaft that is really stiff. I have all cobra clubs except one wedge and a Scotty so the two cobras would look good but that doesn't really matter to me. Rbz is 200 amp is 220 and zl encore is 260. I want to get a new driver so it will last a while other than getting another used one Thoughts?
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Look on Ebay for a new driver. I recommend Cobra, not because it would match your irons but because they make a great club. I use the S2 and love it.

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I don't trust eBay. I know it depends on who you buy from but one of my buddies bought a knock off so I'm a little scared by that
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I picked up a cobra amp
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i have cobra amp irons and just got the taylormade rbz for about $165. i love it. long and straight

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Ya I have amp cell irons and they are great. I tried rbz and amp Rbz was longer on the monitor averaging 285 but a few misses left and right. Amp was 270 with a 10 yard fade every single time so I went with the consistency over power
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that's understandable. personally i'd rather work on fixing my swing and being consistent with that instead of using a club that corrects that weakness for me. just my thoughts. I'm impressed with the cobra irons. they are straight and looooooong. I'm reaching par 5's in two now with a 4i. which is a first for me being as I've only played for a year.

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Yes I agree and actually I went to the range today and fixed it. Just was getting lazy with the swing. All in all I'm happy cause it fits right in with my nearly all cobra set. I loved the 3 wood so it also contributed to the decision. Yes I also fell in love with the feel of the clubs!
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