MAZEL Titanium Golden Golf Driver RH
Does it perform?
Is it any good on the golf course?
Does it break?
Is it all show and no go, is it all style and no substance?
Precision Milled CUP Face
CNC Cup Face technology helps to reduce the face thickness,high rebound structure which is more efficient at delivering fast ball speed across the face, especially on mis-hits,still retain increased average distance
Low Center of Gravity
Heavy Back Weighting with Extra screw removes weight from the front to reposition it low and back in the head for a lower,deeper Center of Gravity,great for long & high tee shots.
Large Sweet Spot
Aerodynamic 460CC deep face design expands sweet spot for maximum distance from anywhere on the face,giving you the most forgiveness.
Lightweight Titanium 2041 Head
The head material we use is titanium 2041 which is lighter,thinner and hotter,creating faster and steadier ball speed when launch.As you know,the thin thickness can make sound crisp,let you play more confidently!
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How to Select the Right Shaft Flex for Yourself ?
Selecting the right flex is key to getting the most out of your clubs,we have 3 type shaft flex for your choice, Stiff (S),Middle (SR),Regular (R).
In general,the faster your swing the speed, the stiffer the shaft you will need. And we will give you some suggestion as below:
Stiff flex may be used by golfers who consistently drive the ball 250-260 yards. This is one of the two most popular stiffness and is usually used by mid-low handicappers.
SR flex may be used by golfers who consistently drive the ball between 240-250 yards ,it's between S and R flex.
Regular flex may be used by golfers who consistently drive the ball between 210-240 yards and is also a very popular selection. This stiffness is appropriate for mid-high handicappers.
Pls note that stiffness flex ranking is Extra Stiff (X) >Stiff (S)>Middle(SR)>Regular (R)>Senior (A)> Ladies (L).