Summary: Great driver for sure.. I recommend the 10.5 setting. (as many amateur golfers would) could not get the ball airborne @ factory 9.5..... Adjustment is straight forward. Take note the wrench provided has an audible "click" when correct torque has been applied.I was waiting for it to "slip" as a torque wrench would..so if you are going to adjust the loft, take it easy......listen. Happy w/ my purchase of this cub.
Summary: My Driver is 10 Years old and I decided to do research on the adjustable divers. Ended up going with the Amp Cell Pro. Did not need a draw bias on this club and wanted to be able to put in a fade bias once in a while. Set the driver up on the 9.5 Degree setting and was straight with a slight draw on the first round. Still having the same success since with the added yardage I had lost with my older driver.
Summary: I took the club to the range when I first got it to figure what loft would be best. That was easy. Put it in play and after a few holes had the hang of it. On one par 4, which is uphill, I am usually 150 from the center of the green. With this club I was 110. Hit a 9 iron, 12 feet past the hole and sunk the putt for birdie. The club is long and straight. I usually have to shorten the shafts on my drivers but I am not going to do it on this club.
Summary: This club is a very good driver!! Easy to hit compared to most drivers and very forgiving, which is unusual!! I also have the regular amp cell driver which is even better than this pro model for the average player. I prefer the regular shaft with a mid flex point.