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Driver shaving

 Crushit350 ·  
Crushit350Crushit350  37Members Posts: 37
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just played my first full season with my driver after having the cor increased and it worked I gained 5 - 8 mph of ball speed. I was starting to lose some distance with age and my buddy who I used to be even with was getting past me too often and my ego couldn't handle that so I did the hot drivers thing and I'm back with him and past him most of the time.

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  • gvogelgvogel  7945Members Posts: 7,945
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    Who did it, and how far are you hitting it?

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  • Crushit350Crushit350  37Members Posts: 37
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    I used worlds hottest drivers and now I can get it out there at about 310 to 320 on a good hit.

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  • pricenickypricenicky  149Members Posts: 149
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    @Crushit350 said:
    I used worlds hottest drivers and now I can get it out there at about 310 to 320 on a good hit.

    what kind of driver are you using and what cor did they shave to?

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  • Crushit350Crushit350  37Members Posts: 37
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    driver is an M2 and I went with their recommended COR based on swing speed I don't remember what that was but I didn't want to push it to far because I don't want the face to crack.

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