Lofts - Right Hand (degrees)
9.5, 10.5, 13, 15
Lofts - Left Hand (degrees)
1 November 2007
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The John Letters T-Series driver has a 460cc head and has been crafted from ultra lightweight and strong Titanium. This has allowed the John Letters designers to create an ultra forgiving design, for maximum forgiveness on off centre strikes. Each T-Series driver features a DWS (Dual Weighting System). This moves the centre of gravity low and further back in the head to give a high ball flight with very little back spin for the optimum ball flight and maximum distance. Placing a large amount of the club head's weight further back, increases the MOI (Moment Of Inertia) to reduce club head twisting on off-centre strikes for more accuracy. The Titanium face used on the John Letters T-Series drivers delivers explosive power for monumental distance and a ‘Power Bar' has been designed into the crown of the club head to direct more weight directly behind the ball at impact for a solid feel and great sound. The lightweight, 65g graphite shaft, has been purpose designed for the John Letters T-Series drivers to give the maximum distance, balance and accuracy possible and a John Letters 'Softie' style grip is fitted to each of the clubs for great traction and comfort in all conditions.
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If you already blitz is straight then you might be interested in the John Letter T Series Driver. This features a Dual Weighting System in a more traditional shaped head. This moves the centre of gravity low and further back means that the ball flight is a little higher than the T2 in our experience. This is certainly a driver to get you noticed as the sound at impact was the loudest of any driver we have tested and for some it may be too loud. However with the ear plugs in the driver did give good distance, albeit with a bit more dispersion than the T2, as you would expect. The 'Softie' style oversize grip which feature on most of the John Letters clubs is lovely to hold, but you may have to replace these types of grips more often as they wear out quicker in our experience.
"Performed well...a decent choice for the money."
"Opinion split on the looks...good distance and dispersion." Jun 10
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