Two is one and one is none
- Nov 18, 2010
- Reaction score
- Chattanooga, Tennessee
- GHIN: ????
I've got a UST Linq Gunmetal 6F5 in mine and it has been a marvel. I saw good results with the stock shaft as well but it was a very short time period before switching to the UST so I can't really say anything for comparison. I can say that an upgraded shaft put in to this does not diminish, and likely enhances, the effectiveness of this club.
I have a Kinetixx Velocity D30+ in mine and it's a monster. I never used the stock shaft, but the Velocity feels like it was made for this club. I've had good results with the Aldila Rogue White 130msi as well. It's super smooth, but nothing feels like that Kinetixx.
I keep looking at the RAD, ST-Z, Epic, etc., and the THP part of me wants to hit them all. I even flirted with a Tsi2 and it wasn't even close. The on course results with the B21 say that I should never hit another driver. It has all but eliminated the vast majority of my misses.This driver is an absolute miracle worker! I don’t see this driver getting replaced…EVER!
I had planned on posting in this thread this morning and decided to catch up on others comments since my last post in April.
I had mine adjusted to the draw setting, but I also went +2 after consulting with my club pro and discussing trajectory and ball flight. I have noticed a difference in the draw setting. I'm hitting less of a fade. I'm going to stick with this setting combination for awhile.I have my B21 at the default settings. I started slicing the ball routinely after neck surgery and have been fairly successful resolving that with a stronger grip and focusing on an inside out club path. But since I do struggle occasionally was considering adjusting to the draw setting? I am already at 10.5 degrees and don’t need any more loft so not planning on going up, just switch to the draw setting. Anyone made just that change and if so what was your experience?