Jan 302012
 
Power Play System Q2 driver. 460cc Titanium driver - Square Faced driver with removable weights and superb aesthetics

Interloper Golf Presents The ‘System Q2′ – Square face design with superb aesthetics Distance and control Material: Face: 6/4 Titanium Body: 100% Titanium Shaft: True Ace Blue Crush. Weight: 62 grams. Torque: 2.9. Flex: Regular (default). Also available in Stiff Flex. It comes equipped with the True Ace Blue Crush Graphite Shaft. The lightweight True Ace Blue Crush is specifically designed with an ultra-low torque which provides tip stable performance for large headed drivers. That’s what we used in testing this club (read reviews). The blue crush has a low torque of 2.9, lightweight at only 62 grams and goes very well with this club. It is a little bit pricier than shafts like the Aldilla VX, the Powerflex FW-114 and Powerflex FW-501 but delivers good consistent performance. It is lighter – that translates to faster clubhead speed – that translates to longer drives. It has very low torque – that translates to less twisting at impact – that translates to straighter drives. If your swing speed is 110 or higher, you may want to go with Stiff flex. If between 100 to 110, regular may be a better flex. If you go with a flex that is too stiff for you, the club won’t respond and feel dead in your hands. Many golfers (young men especially) feel they have to have the stiffest shaft possible. Not a good idea as you loose the oomph provided by the shaft. Not sure what your swing speed is? You can rent or [Read More ...]

Jan 292012
 
Power Play Caiman driver. 460cc Titanium driver - A reasonably priced driver for the better player

Interloper Golf Presents The ‘Caiman’ – Foreboding design – advanced technology Distance and control Material: Face: 6/4 Titanium Body: 100% Titanium Finish: Black PVD Shaft: True Ace Blue Crush. Weight: 62 grams. Torque: 2.9. Flex: Regular (default). Also available in Stiff Flex. It comes equipped with the True Ace Blue Crush Graphite Shaft. The lightweight True Ace Blue Crush is specifically designed with an ultra-low torque which provides tip stable performance for large headed drivers. That’s what we used in testing this club (read reviews). The blue crush has a low torque of 2.9, lightweight at only 62 grams and goes very well with this club. It is a little bit pricier than shafts like the Aldilla VX, the Powerflex FW-114 and Powerflex FW-501 but delivers good consistent performance. It is lighter – that translates to faster clubhead speed – that translates to longer drives. It has very low torque – that translates to less twisting at impact – that translates to straighter drives. If your swing speed is 110 or higher, you may want to go with Stiff flex. If between 100 to 110, regular may be a better flex. If you go with a flex that is too stiff for you, the club won’t respond and feel dead in your hands. Many golfers (young men especially) feel they have to have the stiffest shaft possible. Not a good idea as you loose the oomph provided by the shaft. Not sure what your swing speed is? You can rent [Read More ...]

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