What does the draw setting do on a driver?
Draw-bias designs also encourage a straighter ball flight by featuring higher lofts, lighter shafts and more upright lie angles. There’s even evidence that with the CG closer to the heel, draw drivers help average golfers return the face to square at impact because the CG is closer to the shaft.
What setting should I have my driver on?
Woody says that getting the loft setting on your driver is the most important. Modern drivers allow golfers to move the loft around by several degrees now. Increasing or decreasing loft can change how far you hit the ball and the accuracy of your drives considerably.
What is the loft of the TaylorMade JetSpeed HL driver?
The standard lofts available with the JetSpeed are 9.5°, 10.5° and 13° (HL). The adjustable loft sleeve allows for the effective loft to be adjusted in increments of 0.5° over the range ±1.5° by unscrewing the hosel.
What year did TaylorMade JetSpeed come out?
TaylorMade JetSpeed Driver – Product Details
|UK Launch||13 December 2013|
|USA Launch||13 December 2013|
|Handicap Range||Low High|
|Hand Availability||Left, Right|
Should I adjust my driver to draw?
It all depends on what you want your ball to do in the air. If your club path is grossly left from an exaggerated over-the-top transition, all setting your driver to max-draw will do is nudge the club face left of an already leftward club path.
Should I set my driver to draw or neutral?
A lot of modern drivers come with settings that allow you to move the center of gravity horizontally. Moving around weights can favor more of a fade (left to right) or draw (right to left) ball flight….Fade and Draw Settings (moving center of gravity)
|Driver Setting||Side Spin|
Can you adjust the Jetspeed on your car?
Turns out I’m a genius, because the JetSpeed actually is a fairly dramatic change from most of the drivers that have hit the market in the past 18 months in that it is only “partially adjustable”. While most drivers allow you to adjust loft and angle, the JetSpeed only allows for loft adjustment.
Do you need more loft on a Jetspeed driver?
Even so you may still have to increase the loft on the JetSpeed from your usual loft as having the CG lower and closer to the face means that it will need a little more loft to get the ball on the perfect trajectory.
What does Jetspeed do to a TaylorMade driver?
The first TaylorMade driver to fully utilize Speed Pocket sole-slot technology, JetSpeed has enlarged the face’s sweet spot by 25 percent, mostly in the lower portion of the face. This means that miss-hits low will launch higher and travel further, a potent combination that will help you maximize your distance and consistency off the tee.
Is the Jetspeed Golf driver easy to hit?
The JetSpeed was easy to hit right out of the gate and it never felt squirrelly. Making it more appealing is that it is relatively cheap. Because it has no angle adjustment, you can basically save $100. This makes total sense to me.