Summary: I am shooting between 85-95 and I have several favorite drivers: Tit 905R, Cally GBB II, Cally 2004 BB. I tend to hit high with my 10.5* driver head so I was looking for a 9-9.5* head driver. Luckily my Bros has this Launcher, gold R-flex shaft so he gave it to me. Definitely it's still a very good driver, I can hit it as well as my favorite Tit 905-R and no doubt I get more roll out of this 9.5* head.
Older club can still perform new tricks. Great Club - Tremendous Value
5 July 2012
Summary: I am an average to above average golfer (12-14 handicap) and have struggled for several years to find a driver to replace my Hogan CS3 Driver. Despite the new technology the CS3 has remained in the bag. Several weeks ago I spotted a used 460 Comp at Golf Galaxy for $20.00 with a Grafalloy Blue stiff shaft and figured I didn't have much too loose and promptly escorted it to the checkout.
Summary: Boom!!! The Launcher 460 is a cannon! I bought one new when they first came out with the green NV shaft in stiff flex. I was struggling to break 100 and was not consistent with my swing and blamed the driver. One day after a really bad round, I just looked at my Dad and said 'take it, I'm done.' Last year, I was at his house and saw he had my club in the closet. I asked if I could take it back and he said sure. The next day we played Pudding Ridge in Mocksville, NC.
Summary: This is not to rate the condition of a club or the seller but the club itself. I am a huge Cleveland Driver fan and have owned all models over the last twelve years. The Ti 460 is up there with mad distance and finding the fairways has never been easier! I took this driver into my local Dicks Sporting Goods because the "pro" there promised the new R11 was longer. 7 drives with both and I out drove the R11 by an average of 4 yds. My longest drive with the Ti 460? 294 yds.
Summary: The reviews on this club are true ; good distance on slight fades, low screamers , draws, my favourite : straight up the gut and a little air and it flies !!! Sounds great , looks good and gives you confidence at address . If you do buy one , do yourself a big favour; even though it is a used club, spend the extra $ 80- 100 on a good shaft that works for you , after a month of learning how to work the ball you will not be disappointed , grip and rip it ! Enjoy !
Summary: I've had this driver for for almost 4years (since it came out) and I haven't found a contender, but then again, if you have this stick then you won't have a reason to find a different driver. I'm 5'11", 157pounds, and can pound it 310+ on a clean strike. To all the reviewers who are telling other reviewers that they can't hit the ball 300+ because only the top 5 on tour can hit the ball that distance, they should get there facts strait.
Summary: Bought this driver new about a week ago, a real bargain. I have two rounds with it on different courses and am very pleased. Since I'm an old man I don't worry about distance a lot but this driver is as long as the others I have played. The main thing is that I can find the ball and play it again and this club does very well. At adress this driver appears very large, like you can't miss the ball. Like all drivers if you try to kill the ball you can mess up.