That's Just Like Your Opinion Man
- Dec 26, 2017
- Reaction score
- Louisville, KY
I agree that the swing change is part of it, but one thing I meant to say in my review is that I started the swing change with my TS3 2 months ago. The change has really taken hold the last 2-3 weeks because this driver is so good at reducing side spin. Over the last 50 holes I have kept getting more and more aggressive and more trusting of the swing because even on a mishit I get great distance and straitish flight. A good swing is the main priority in golf, but a club that makes you confident enough to swing that swing without hesitation is a big help.Very nice write-up, and glad you are happy. Several things stand out in what you have said, firstly the color scheme which I too would really enjoy. Secondly, how important the shaft is and Driver fitting and successful performance. Another thing that I find interesting is your change of ball trajectory incorporating a slight draw. When I changed my swing around and brought a draw into play, I gained probably 40 yards in length with my Callaway XR 16 driver which is about 5 years old now. I am 65 and have a 95 mile per hour swing speed so I am sort of in a similar situation as you. I have to believe the technology of the B21 is fabulous, but I would have to give credit just as much to a properly fitted shaft and the type of swing that is put on a ball. Comparing the B21 to my xr16 I would have to believe the B21 is a bit more forgiving in terms of dispersion, how much I am not sure. Is it worth it for me to get a B21 to replace my xr16, that is the $500 question.