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Cleveland Golf HiBORE XLS Draw Driver

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Manufacturer Description

  • 3 Degrees Closed Face to elimate your slice
  • 17% Larger face than the HiBORE XL - 460cc Face
  • Extremely high 5300 MOI represents a 13% increase from the HiBORE XL as to offer extremely straight drives
  • Stock Shaft: Fujikura Fit-On Gold Shaft
  • Dual Alignment Feature - Crown plaque and "stability foils" make it easy to properly align the club at address

Avg Rating: 4.5 out of 5
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Komandi (Downingtown, PA)
Handicap 30 +
Hibore XLS
Im 13 and i tried this driver yesterday at my local gc. I really liked the way this club hit. Very loud though
Jeffrey (Beverly Hills, CA)
Handicap 11 - 15
Buy this club
I've been playing golf about 12 yrs and shoot in the low 90s on a good day, high 90s on a bad day. I have a horrible slice drive. I played with a Callaway Big Bertha Steelhead and drove around 200 yds, maybe 225 if lucky. I brought this driver to the range twice and did not hit one horrible slice, or duck hook the whole 2 buckets. I am amazed. And the length is incredible. I sailed one 250 in the air. The sound is like an aluminum baseball bat, but who cares. I am in love with golf again and it is due to th
Jonathan (Lafayette, LA)
Handicap 21 - 30
Continuation of "buy this club"
I just love this club. I, literally dreamed about it last night, no kidding. I am even going out today and buy the Hibore iron set today. Just buy this club, you won't be disappointed. My renewed love for golf is directly attributed to Cleveland. Thanks!
Jonathan (Lafayette, LA)
Handicap 21 - 30
hibore xls
This driver is the best driver out on the market. I hit my regular hibore 250 yards consistintlly, with this xls I average 70 yards more hitting it 320 off every tee box.
Erik Nolan (Spencer, LA)
Handicap 6 - 10

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I have this Clevland XLS that my wife bought for me and it has a stiff shaft.Now i know that my swing speed is in the Reg. range and this club is to fast for me.My question is will this cause me any i
Chris L
10/25/2009 7:30 PM
If you have the Fit-On Gold shaft you may be okay. Typically if the shaft is too strong for you the tendancy is to lose it right and your ball flight will be lower as you are unable to square the club face at impact. Employee: Andy
10/27/2009 10:59 AM
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Hello, I understand most drivers come in a 10.5 and 9.5 degree loft. I use a 10.5. When teeing off, my ball usually has a lot of loft and goes really high in the air, should I switch to a 9.5 degree
05/31/2009 11:46 AM
Thank you for your question. Is it worth testing out? Absolutely. Will the 9.5 give you a more penetrating ball flight is the question. Most golfers would kill to have more hang time but I know how you feel. I was in the same boat at one time and tested different lofts much like you. I ended up staying with the higher loft though. I would test it prior to officially making a move. Play Well, Johnny Employee: Johnny
06/03/2009 6:33 AM
In general, the 9.5 degree will tend to give a lower ball flight. However, the shaft also contributes to launch angle. Find a Golf shop that has a simulator that can measure your swing path, launch angle, club-head speed, ball speed, spin and distance. With this information, your Pro can tell you if you need a different club, or just a new shaft.
Mid Handicap Golfer: Jim
03/10/2010 1:02 PM
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my avg swing speed is about 80 to 90 . what would be the best Shaft Flex for me
05/23/2009 7:25 PM
Thank you for your question. You would fall in the 'Regular' flex category based upon your swing speed. Please let me know if you have any other questions. Thank you, Johnny Employee: Johnny
05/25/2009 8:53 AM
try the mizuno shaft fitting
Mid Handicap Golfer: Matt
04/25/2011 4:44 PM
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