2019 - Recent Sub-460cc drivers

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  • HonmanHonman Members Posts: 1,035 ✭✭
    M5 Tour is a serious driver. Feels and looks great.
    Driver: TaylorMade M5 9 Mitsubishi Tensei White Pro 60S
    Fairway Wood: Callaway Epic Flash Sub Zero Mitsubishi C6 70S
    Hybrid: Ping G41019 & 22 Alta CB 7S
    Irons: Ping i500 KBS Tour V 100R
    Wedge: Ping Glide 2.0 Stealth AWT 50, 56, 60
    Putter: TBC
    Ball: Callaway Chrome Soft X
  • GMR2ironGMR2iron Members Posts: 1,517 ✭✭
    My Titleist 915D4 is 450cc, best driver I have ever owned.
    Titleist 915D4 9.75 Matrix Black Tie
    Titleist 915F 15.5 Matrix Black Tie
    Titleist TMB 2 iron Tensei Pro White
    Titleist 718CB 3 thru PW
    Titleist SM7 50-08 and 56-08
    Yes! Tracy
  • Mr.FujiMr.Fuji Connection Members Posts: 637 ✭✭
    Booker wrote:
    Cobra biocell pro

    Nike tw Vapor speed (420)

    T.I. R11 Dot head (420)

    R11s v2 (440) R11s v3 (400)



    These are a few more you ca add to the list. I've owned all of them, all great heads if your a good ball striker.




    R11S V3 is actually 390cc I believe and I’ve got a mint 9* that goes in the bag from time to time. It really should go to Continental for a color change as I never cared for the white.
    Ping G400 Max PX HC Yellow
    Ping SF Tech 16*
    Titleist 816H1 21*
    Titleist 913H 24*
    Callaway CF16/Pro Combos 5-PW
    Vokey SM7 52*, 56*, 60*
    Spider X Copper
  • bulls9999bulls9999 Posts: 664 ✭✭
    I believe that is 435cc, i was looking at it (online) until i noticed only for right handers, ugh.
    GHIN Index 13.8
  • mah2010mah2010 Grande Prairie ABMembers Posts: 311 ✭✭
    How many cc's is the Callaway 816 dbd head?
  • BeeezBeeez Posts: 193 ✭✭
    I’ve always gravitated to a smaller looking head shape. Played the 905S since 2005 up until last summer. Went Rogue Sub Zero in high loft and heavy weight back and it works awesome. The regular Rogue looked huge to me by comparison.
  • grm24grm24 Western PAMembers Posts: 3,008 ✭✭
    NRJyzr wrote:


    My first thought was R9 SuperDeep. <shrug>

    I have one, it looks smaller than my 440cc Fly Z+



    You could always spring for an A Grind Classic at 350cc....
    Per TM the SuperDeep was 460cc. It looked smaller than 460cc due to having the tallest legal club head size with nearly the deepest club face to match. Very similar to the Cleveland Classic driver.
  • NRJyzrNRJyzr Allez Allez Allez Allez Minnesota, USAMembers Posts: 6,187 ✭✭
    grm24 wrote:

    NRJyzr wrote:


    My first thought was R9 SuperDeep. <shrug>

    I have one, it looks smaller than my 440cc Fly Z+



    You could always spring for an A Grind Classic at 350cc....
    Per TM the SuperDeep was 460cc. It looked smaller than 460cc due to having the tallest legal club head size with nearly the deepest club face to match. Very similar to the Cleveland Classic driver.






    Yes, the appearance of smaller was exactly where I was going with it. image/smile.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':)' /> For those who want something smaller, it can fit the bill, even at 460cc.
    The Ever Changing Bag!

    Driver: Cobra King LTD, ProtoPype 80x or RIP 80x, 43.5" -or- SuperDeep 9.5*, ProtoPype 80x or NV85x, 43.5"
    3w: Cobra King LTD, Motore F1 85 X, 42.5"
    1 iron: Maxfli Revolution, DGS400
    2-PW, Golden Ram Tour Grind, Dynamic S
    SW: Ram Tour Grind Feel Matched 58*, DGS
    Putter: Snake Eyes Viper Tour Sv1, 34.5", PP58 midsize grip
    (Cleveland Huntington Beach #1 35" -or- Mizuno TPM-2, 35" as backups)
    Balls: in no particular order... Wilson Staff FG Tour, Duo Urethane, or 50 Elite, Srixon ZStar/ZStar XV, Snell MTB Black... will trot out Maxfli HT-100 or Elite 90 from time to time
    Shoes by True Linkswear
  • playaplaya Members Posts: 8,714 ✭✭
    agolf1 wrote:

    Nessism wrote:


    No disrespect but a 440cc driver is only 4.3% below the max allowable. Not exactly a profound difference.


    I'm with this. I thought the preference for the slightly smaller models was usually the ability to put the weights more towards the face / forward (which reduced spin slightly but also made it harder to hit).



    Shooter obviously gets how similar the two options have become performance wise though.


    I prefer smaller than 460 for the workability. For me, and I don't care what the experts or stats say, I just find it easier to work the ball with a smaller head. 460 just looks a bit cumbersome for working the ball to my eye. I've found over the years that 420 is the perfect head size for me, but they haven't made any that size for years.
  • YrrdeadYrrdead Better Living Through Chemistry Members Posts: 1,597 ✭✭
    Kzg has some smaller drivers. I feel like I mentioned this before but it must be the last one of these threads.
    G400 Max 9*o w/ RIP Beta
    Steelhead 15*
    Apex 21* Hybrid
    Apex Pro('14)4-P
    Exo #7

  • T.B.T.B. Members Posts: 132 ✭✭
    I like smaller drivers too. The g400 is a monster. It will take a lot to get it out of the bag
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