Big Golfworks fan here. I’m very interested in the ISO-T driver but have read that it may launch slightly lower than other comparable lofted drivers. I typically play a 10.5 driver with a 100 SS and fairly high ball hitter. I hit the KE4 ST-2 at 10.5 just the right trajectory. Would the 10.5 in the ISO-T be right for me or would I go with 11.5? Are there any opportunities to hit a demo?
My experience with this driver was the opposite. I chose a 10.5 degree model which is what I play in my CT 250 Flight Control driver. I think I would have been better fit to a 9.5 based on my ball flight and launch monitor numbers.
High quality driver head. Don’t hesitate to try one.
You can always have them measure some the “10.5” stamped heads, to find one that is on the higher side of the tolerance, with an actual loft of 11-11.5. Remember that there is always a +/- 1* tolerance on all the head designs. Even if by chance they didn’t have any at 11+, you could still ensure that you don’t happen to get one on the lower side of the tolerance at 9.5-10. I think they charge about $5 for hand picking and measuring
Although the design of the ISO-T drivers was intended to create more penetrating ball flights with lower spin, I’m not sure you need to go up an entire degree. Very difficult to say without you trying. You really would have to hit them to know for sure. We do not have a “demo” program at this time. Also, we do not have any 11.5 degree in stock yet. Hoping to get some soon. The difficultly in doing a remote demo program is the shaft part of the equation. We can not custom build demos in every loft for players wanting to test. We could possibly have demos in different flexes, but they would have to be in a stock length with a stock brand of shaft. I think that would still be beneficial even though the demo’s wold most likely not have “your” shaft in them. I will see if we can come up with some kind of program.
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