Excerpt: just bought this driver a couple off days ago. First tried the demo first shot over the fence no bounces 240 yards away second and third same. Fourth got put off by some shouting and toppe ball. fifth hit off the centre and went over the fence. ENOUGH SAID
Summary: This is the second one of these drivers i have bought originally paid $380.00 for first one 5/6 years ago loved it. Broke shaft and could not believe i could pick up some club for $140.00 (inc poastage) I play off 9 handicap but club is well waited and would recommemend it for 7 to 24 hcappers..
Conclusion: As a follow up, I played the Hyper X for the first time at Moonah Links today. Im loving it already. Specc’d with a regular flex Fujikura Fit on shaft, and 10 degrees of loft, the Hyper X didnt take much getting used to.
Conclusion: Quick follow up on the previous review which was before actually buying the HyperX. I’ve now had it for 2 weeks and while my h’cap hasn’t come down yet, this driver has definitely improved my distance. I’m finding myself hitting approaches from about 2 clubs less then before.
Conclusion: Tried both the Hyper X and the FTi during a practice round and have to say the Hyper X is quite addictive. I’ve been having some consistency problems with my old Warbird recently and the Hyper X just blew me away. Didn’t like the way the FTi set up frankly, nor the sound at impact.