Written on: 19/12/2002 by Wmc. (1 review written)
Very long, really workable.
It does cost some money, I bought mine as a demo for $230, but one could easily mistake it for brand new.
The new Titleist 975J is by far the best driver on the market, in fact a number of guys on tour play with it. It is easy to put maybe a little cut or draw on it and best of all easy to hit straight. Don't bother with the 975VS of 975FE; they supossedly make you either draw or fade but what if you naturally try to hit it straight and what if one day you stop slicing and start hooking. The standard shaft in it is a Titleist Ultralight which is pretty nice but in a stiff flex it acts more like a regular flex shaft; in short it's pretty whippy for stiff flex. I personally would suggest getting a Speeder or Proforce in it. Some people say that the head size is simply too big but compared to the new TaylorMade and Callaway clubs, it's really not that big. I think that this club is great for any player seeking control and distance.
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