Hit one, then some more thinking it was pretty good. They are actually now selling them as non-conforming. The replacement program is over. Just seems like many are leery of Cleveland due to unfamiliarity, a shame. My drives were averaging about yards and were consistently in the fairway if you can believe the picture screen. All other right handed lofts 7.

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From behind the clubs you are more easily able to see how Cleveland has moved weight behind the bottom half of the ball. I play with Titlest solo low compression ball and 9.

Cleveland HiBore XL Drivers

My guess is XLS, As I said at the beginning of this review, I normally play a fade, so this was a welcome surprise. I play the XL Tour Spec 9. The sales assistant said the backspin speed was consistantly around rpm. Of course it has to be my swing even though I hit fairly straight and cnoforming with my unbranded driver previously.

Once you figure out the ball placement and swing plane just grip it and rip it…LoLoLoL It will be in the fairway and long! I hit regularly yards and out of the box I hit my first confkrming drives or more and hit 3 out of 5 fairways. The driver felt cheap.


I hit a slight fade and am wondering if the XL is the way to go or spend he extra and buy the newer XLS I can honestly say I am amazed. Would recomend to any hi to mid handicapper. At first I hated it, or thought I did.

Carlo, I am not a club-fitter. Straight down to the range together with my other driver FT3 9.

Cleveland HiBore XL NonConforming?’s

My question is for those who have played this club. The USGA updates their list weekly. I really dont think you need to change the shaft to red. I plan on hitting both but wonder what other peoples experience has been.

Originally Posted by frankdmann. I wish I had heard about this last fall when the exchange program was still available. I am hlbore and been playing for about 4 months, about 3 times a week. Straight when you hit it well.

Non conforming drivers

I bought a No matter how I miss it, the result is playable. Way out on the toe, only half the ball making a mark on the top half of the club, it still is a playable drive. Gil, The XL is a more forgiving driver than the launcher, and creates more distance on center and off center hits.


I have a 6 handicap and decent swing speed but I have had trouble finding a 45 inch shaft with the right combination of torque and stiffness. I have been golfing for about 18 yrs and have hit a number of different clubs. It has given me lots of confidence in my driving game. I have the Cleveland launcher and need a heck more yards to catch up with these guys.

I had tried some TP version Taylor Mades, but when I had the tech at Golf Smith check the loft and face angles on their equipment it became evident that TM has no quality control whatsover.

I am a scratch player that has played the xl tour head 9. I am checking it out too.

I have a