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#1 shGGman

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Posted 06 February 2009 - 08:39 AM

What is the longest, low spin driver?
I don't want a high spin driver that could increase the chance of slice/hook.

Im looking for forgiving 460cc, something that provides major distance improvement without losing control.

I currently use FT-i which broke in half AGAIN.
Im looking at FT-5 right now because I like the feel and sound of current FT-i.
I prefer a driver with relatively loud impact sound but not stupid loud like nike 5900.


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Posted 06 February 2009 - 09:29 AM

I've struggled with high spin with the driver for years.  j33r and FT-i Tour LCG both took care of that problem - FT-i being the more forgiving of those two.  The right shaft for your swing will make a huge difference in spin also.  You can find a j33r with a good shaft for pretty cheap these days.

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Posted 06 February 2009 - 09:35 AM

my vote is the 909 D3 - it has a deep face, it's low spin, it looks beautiful, the face is super hot.  It's the longest and strightest driver I hit ever.

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Posted 06 February 2009 - 09:55 AM

J33 460 for sure, but it doesnt give you that loud sound you desire. The new Adams A4 is there also but doesnt sound as loud as you need tho...

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Posted 06 February 2009 - 10:00 AM

View PostSwingie, on Feb 6 2009, 09:55 AM, said:

J33 460 for sure, but it doesnt give you that loud sound you desire. The new Adams A4 is there also but doesnt sound as loud as you need tho...

Another vote for the A4.  I think it has a perfect sound at impact.


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Posted 06 February 2009 - 10:13 AM

The simple answer to that is "It depends on who is hitting it."
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Posted 06 February 2009 - 12:19 PM

View Posttwiggyrob, on Feb 6 2009, 10:13 AM, said:

The simple answer to that is "It depends on who is hitting it."
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+1. I'm definitely not an expert on this subject, but from what I've read, the driver itself (low-spin or higher-spin) impacts the amount of backspin on the ball whereas the person that's hitting the ball (and their swing mechanics) impact the sidespin. Short answer - your swing is causing the lefts or rights, not the club. If anybody else has an opinion on this, I'd like to hear it as well. Let me know if I'm totally off-base there.

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Posted 06 February 2009 - 12:31 PM

Of course it depends on who's hitting it!  But, the fact is that some drivers are engineered to produce different launch characteristics.  He wants to know which of the drivers out there were engineered to produce low spin, but thanks for the insight on the same thing all of us have heard 1000 times. :russian_roulette:

As for the driver, if you like the FT-i, then stick with it.  Get a tour issue LCG, not the retail.  The LCG's are pretty cheap now and are very low spin.

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Posted 06 February 2009 - 12:45 PM

the two lowest spinning heads ive hit recently are j33r 460 and the cobra speed pro D.  i just ordered the new monster xls tour and hit the new cobra s9.1 D and both were very low spin.  The shaft will also help the spin.

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Posted 06 February 2009 - 12:59 PM

View Postjcshil, on Feb 6 2009, 11:19 AM, said:

View Posttwiggyrob, on Feb 6 2009, 10:13 AM, said:

The simple answer to that is "It depends on who is hitting it."
:russian_roulette:


+1. I'm definitely not an expert on this subject, but from what I've read, the driver itself (low-spin or higher-spin) impacts the amount of backspin on the ball whereas the person that's hitting the ball (and their swing mechanics) impact the sidespin. Short answer - your swing is causing the lefts or rights, not the club. If anybody else has an opinion on this, I'd like to hear it as well. Let me know if I'm totally off-base there.


View Postjadedennill, on Feb 6 2009, 11:31 AM, said:

Of course it depends on who's hitting it!  But, the fact is that some drivers are engineered to produce different launch characteristics.  He wants to know which of the drivers out there were engineered to produce low spin, but thanks for the insight on the same thing all of us have heard 1000 times. :russian_roulette:

As for the driver, if you like the FT-i, then stick with it.  Get a tour issue LCG, not the retail.  The LCG's are pretty cheap now and are very low spin.

It is also my understanding like jcshil that when someone says low spin driver they mean backspin and not necessarily sidespin. So there is validity to what jcshil is saying here. The O/P asked for a low spin driver in the title, but says "I don't want a high spin driver that could increase the chance of slice/hook." I am not a spin expert so I am looking for experts comments on wheather low spin drivers also reduce side spin. I though loft played a bigger part in side spin characteristics.


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Posted 06 February 2009 - 01:02 PM

View Postblutoothed, on Feb 6 2009, 05:39 AM, said:

What is the longest, low spin driver?
I don't want a high spin driver that could increase the chance of slice/hook.

Im looking for forgiving 460cc, something that provides major distance improvement without losing control.

I currently use FT-i which broke in half AGAIN.
Im looking at FT-5 right now because I like the feel and sound of current FT-i.

If you consider the FT-5, make sure you track down the LCG version. I had two of the T hosel  LCG's  before I got tired of hoing drivers. To date that has been the longest driver I've ever hit or owned. The only downside is you've got to find a shaft that works well in that head for you as they are finicky. Option 2 is to give the Nickent 4DX a look. This head is also very low spin but it is a little more forgiving and a lot easier to dial in. Hope this helps.

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Posted 06 February 2009 - 01:27 PM

In my opinion, a low spin driver actually accentuates slices and hooks.  I say this because backspin generally reduces the severity of sidespin.  If you impart less backspin, you cannot offset directional spin in the same manner.  My experience, for my swing at least, is that I tend to hit higher spin drivers straighter, but lose tremendous distance because I am a high spin player.  For example, my current driver is the longest I've ever hit, but it is the lowest spin driver I've ever used.  I typically hit a lot of fairways, and hit it fairly long.  However, I had a 907D2 that I hit many more fairways with, but was about 20 yards shorter.  I would hit drives with the Titleist that started low/mid, ballooned a bit, and never moved sideways a whole lot.  This driver starts mid and sometimes high, but has very little backspin to fight off an error in face angle.  Long story short, in my opinion, you may gain distance with a low spin driver, but you will lose accuracy.
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Posted 06 February 2009 - 01:49 PM

You can try these guys, they have some long drivers and some at 6*, there must be very little spin with only 2* more loft then your putter.

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Posted 06 February 2009 - 02:01 PM

Lowest spin drivers out there are 9015d, 9016d, rapture v2, bul tour (about the lowest), burner v1, hibore xl tour. the new deep face speedline is supposed to be super low spin also.  the lower the loft the lower the backspin.

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Posted 06 February 2009 - 02:10 PM

Hyper-x tour. There was some testing done in Golf Magazine a couple months ago and it was lower spin than several other popular drivers out there.

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Posted 06 February 2009 - 02:16 PM

View Postblutoothed, on Feb 6 2009, 05:39 AM, said:

What is the longest, low spin driver?
I don't want a high spin driver that could increase the chance of slice/hook.

Im looking for forgiving 460cc, something that provides major distance improvement without losing control.

I currently use FT-i which broke in half AGAIN.
Im looking at FT-5 right now because I like the feel and sound of current FT-i.
I prefer a driver with relatively loud impact sound but not stupid loud like nike 5900.

Can't say my 909D3 will be the longest for you or anyone else, but it does the trick for me thanks to it's low spin design; sounds and feels great too.
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Posted 06 February 2009 - 04:12 PM

View Postdfegolfer, on Feb 6 2009, 09:59 AM, said:

I am not a spin expert so I am looking for experts comments on wheather low spin drivers also reduce side spin. I though loft played a bigger part in side spin characteristics.

I have a 7.5* 905s with a 80X Pype which is as low a spin as I have found so far, and it will slice and hook on you just fine. I'm not sure you're looking at this right ---> Launch monitor w/ lots of combinations.

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Posted 06 February 2009 - 04:48 PM

View Postmarrigo, on Feb 6 2009, 11:10 AM, said:

Hyper-x tour. There was some testing done in Golf Magazine a couple months ago and it was lower spin than several other popular drivers out there.


I have the Hyper X 8.5* tour open with a Pro launch Blue stick

Long and flat are the shots I usually hit. I have had to get tall tees to try to elevate the shots a bit.
I rarely crown a shot but it happens if I get a bit steep on the swing.
Easy to get 280yrds  even onto the wind.
Mishits for me are pull hooks but that is usually due to over swinging.
easy to hit a power fade with the Tour open face.

I agree that your swing better be good or the result is a curve. :russian_roulette:
I never get a balloon shot and the roll out is sometimes too far.  :rolleyes:

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Posted 06 February 2009 - 06:30 PM

Adams Speedline is very lower, Adams a4 XTD Insight 9015d and 16d are lowest IMO.

Ball makes a difference as well.

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Posted 06 February 2009 - 08:37 PM

For me the 9015D has been awesome!


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Posted 06 February 2009 - 09:03 PM

View Postbradkv, on Feb 6 2009, 12:27 PM, said:

In my opinion, a low spin driver actually accentuates slices and hooks. I say this because backspin generally reduces the severity of sidespin. If you impart less backspin, you cannot offset directional spin in the same manner. My experience, for my swing at least, is that I tend to hit higher spin drivers straighter, but lose tremendous distance because I am a high spin player. For example, my current driver is the longest I've ever hit, but it is the lowest spin driver I've ever used. I typically hit a lot of fairways, and hit it fairly long. However, I had a 907D2 that I hit many more fairways with, but was about 20 yards shorter. I would hit drives with the Titleist that started low/mid, ballooned a bit, and never moved sideways a whole lot. This driver starts mid and sometimes high, but has very little backspin to fight off an error in face angle. Long story short, in my opinion, you may gain distance with a low spin driver, but you will lose accuracy.


You're right, and it's not just your opinion, it's physics!  Also, most players won't just lose accuracy with a low spin driver, they'll lose distance as well.  Most players fall in the swing speed range that requires more spin to maximize carry and distance.  Now before everybody gets on my case about that statement, remember that there are many more golfers with driver swing speeds 95 and under than higher.

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Posted 06 February 2009 - 09:21 PM

View Postbradkv, on Feb 6 2009, 10:27 AM, said:

In my opinion, a low spin driver actually accentuates slices and hooks. I say this because backspin generally reduces the severity of sidespin. If you impart less backspin, you cannot offset directional spin in the same manner. My experience, for my swing at least, is that I tend to hit higher spin drivers straighter, but lose tremendous distance because I am a high spin player. For example, my current driver is the longest I've ever hit, but it is the lowest spin driver I've ever used. I typically hit a lot of fairways, and hit it fairly long. However, I had a 907D2 that I hit many more fairways with, but was about 20 yards shorter. I would hit drives with the Titleist that started low/mid, ballooned a bit, and never moved sideways a whole lot. This driver starts mid and sometimes high, but has very little backspin to fight off an error in face angle. Long story short, in my opinion, you may gain distance with a low spin driver, but you will lose accuracy.


I actually read something like this in a magazine. backspin supposed to reduce the amount sidespin.
Eitherway, if your swing is horrible and you add tons of banana-peeling sidespin all the times, no driver is going to help.
I don't have slice/hook problem anymore. 8 out of 10 driver shots usually land on the fairway. I just don't want a driver
that "could" increase the chance.

So, let me rephrase my original post question.
what is the longest, and "Straightest" driver out there?

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Posted 06 February 2009 - 09:22 PM

Adams A4 of all the drivers I've hit

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Posted 06 February 2009 - 10:28 PM

They beat me to the point about spin earlier.  Many of the HMOI drivers and Square drivers are higher in backspin, although they have gotten better, which helps to keep them in the fairway.  But it is truly about what kind of specific swing characteristics you have and what works best for you.

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Posted 06 February 2009 - 11:18 PM

Adams A4 9015D is super low spin and long for sure


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Posted 07 February 2009 - 10:34 AM

Nickent 4DX t-spec 8*

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Posted 07 February 2009 - 11:20 AM

My vote for a low spin driver is Nickent's 4DX T Spec as well. It is very forgiving and sneaky long.

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Posted 07 February 2009 - 11:49 AM

Here's last year's Golf Magazine data for "Tour" drivers, make of it what you will.  Testing showed:
                                                                      
FT-i LCG   3104 Spin  224 carry    243 total yards                        
Hyper X     2951        228            260                                      
HiBore XLS  2906       223            247                                      
MP 600      2964        223            244
Burner TP   2942        229            252
907 D2       3188       226             245
TEE XCG     2882       223             246

The overall distances were the results achieved by the actual testers, not a machine.

If you're interested in the game improvement type drivers, let me know.  Hope this helps.

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Posted 07 February 2009 - 02:32 PM

Old style Ping Rapture gets my vote massively long and very low spinning
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Posted 07 February 2009 - 03:38 PM

I would have to say that the Adams 9016D w/ an Aldila VooDoo Pype that I've been using is the lowest spin driver I have ever hit. If you can catch a firm, "hot" spot on the fairway, the ball just fires forward. I have hit some insanely long drives lately with this driver combination.


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