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EXPOSED: PEEK INSIDE 9 OF THE HOTTEST DRIVERS IN GOLF https://mygolfspy.com/a-look-inside-9-drivers Quite shocking to say the least. The hotmelt is being used to bring up the head weight to their required specs at the factories. The problem is obviously it could make each head slightly different - feel, balance, and sound. Knowing this, I would be afraid to order any non-weight-adjustable woods "online". This also answers the question about why my (tour-issue) 2017 M1 460 head came with "lighter" weights than the retail model. The head (with the weights and the hosel adapter) weighs exactly 200.0g, which means it pretty much guarantees there is no hotmelt inside. Truly enlightening! PS: I am now curious and want to open up my divorced retail R15 440 head, which never fully cooperated for the past 3 years... Forgiveness aside, any hits besides the bull's-eye dead center were complete garbage.
I'm really happy to report my order is in for Srixon Z745's and I'm going with Steelfiber 110 stiff. I still like a fair amount of weight for feedback, but have enjoyed going a little lighter with shafts like PXi's in the last couple seasons. I'm still playing S400's in my wedges, which I like, and know the distances and trajectories, but I'm not a real high spin player and usually "hop and stop" is about the extent of my wedge spin. Not bad, but I do wonder if the S400 doesn't mitigate spin too much for me. For those who also game or have gamed Aerotechs: which wedge shaft did you go with? Same model and weight? Heavier? Different shaft altogether? Right now, I'm leaning toward the 110's in the wedges as well. 125 I wonder if it too wouldn't be akin to the S400, if not less spin. Guess I'd appreciate any feedback on the 125 from those who have hit them. Thank you!