Here I chat to Luke Sutton and other TaylorMade tech heads about my quest for 350 yards and get myself a custom built R15 Driver!

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  1. Another fascinating insight, thanks Peter. Sadly, as we all know, shaft
    makes little difference, or does it? I hope the new stick works for you and
    I look forward to seeing the results.

  2. Any reason why you don’t go for one of the long drive clubs, Krank or Geek
    perhaps? the lower loft and longer shaft length should put you right up
    there near 350 instantly?

  3. Once you have had some time with this I would love to see a comparison
    covering perfectly struck shots as well as off center strikes.

    My guess is with the 430 head this may spin less on center strikes and
    provide more distance when working on long drive only, but in my experience
    the Titleist is more forgiving and a better gamer.

  4. Nice video sir. Quick question though. When are the course blogs from
    Orlando going up? You keep teasing them but we haven’t gotten to see them

  5. That’s great. You should do a video comparison wth your new shaft and a
    stock x shaft.
    And also list specs of your new weapon.
    Maybe do a video of shafts with different torque rating and see how they
    effect the result

  6. Could you do a comparison video between your titleist 915 and and your new
    r15 driver swinging at your max club head speed? would be interesting to
    compare the two :)

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