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PostSubject: Re: R9 supertri and new burner   Wed Apr 28, 2010 3:51 pm

golfkaki wrote:
i owned the superfast with matrix-ozix shaft (stock) US R-flex... after 2 weeks of using it, conclusion, more distance 10% more... super light thus contributing to faster swing speed... easy to hit / launch (even off center)

the length of the driver does not make it harder to hit... that's really surprises lot of us.

IMHO this driver suits most of us, re-creationist goOlfers!

Bro Golfkaki.. What is the loft of your TM superfast
driver??..Have you tried the different loft and the
stock Fubuki shaft ?? Thks
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PostSubject: Re: R9 supertri and new burner   Wed Apr 28, 2010 4:19 pm

I've tried the superfast....and i found it quite difficult to hit....currently using the old R9 (which is only old by TM standards)....which i hit quite well prob avg 180-200m on the range.

But was all over the place with the new burner....perhaps its because i'm not that good only playing for less than a year. I do agree that its quite well priced for a new driver, the only issue being that within 3mths there'll probably be clearance sale for these same TM drivers. If you're not in a hurry in my experience its better to delay your TM purchase.

And yes Hybrid, its quite irritating being a TM owner....your 'new' equipment becomes 'old' rather quickly.
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PostSubject: Re: R9 supertri and new burner   Wed Apr 28, 2010 4:23 pm

Hmmm.... Superfast burner head is naturally lighter than most heads in the market. It will gives a lighter feel and mine is fitted to D1 compare to my old burner D7. Its gives me a longer flight but dispersion wise, I find the old burner has the advantage over it.

Just my opinion of the driver after trying it for some time and should be getting rid of it as I still hit better with the old burner.
Most likely to go for the superdeep......
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