Anything longer than microseconds in the CIA is deemed non-conforming. First, consider that the width of the center impact area is the just 1. One in a weekly series of stories about golf gear to run each Wednesday. It seemed unlikely that any manufacturer could do much with that. When he got his hands on a sample High Heat driver —
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High Heat Driver Changes The Distance Game
No Trackman, no measuring device of any kind, just feel and eyeball data. When he got his hands on a sample High Heat driver — The company says that other major-brand drivers average microseconds on the toe and on the heel. That High Heat model was the hottest driver in golf.
My ball impressions were all over the lot, with many of them high in the toe area, indicative of an out-to-in swipe that produced those weak shots to the right.
It immediately caught the attention of a guy at the next range station.
In fairway woods, competitors average on the toe and on the heel. The concept behind 3TrampTech is just what the nickname implies. The Pope of Slope has designs on becoming the Sultan of Swat.
High Heat Driver Changes The Distance Game – Golf Tips Magazine
This novel idea stemmed from a little-noticed USGA heatt revision in The USGA raised the speed limit two years ago on how hot a knutn could be on the heel and the toe areas while keeping the CIA sweet spot limit at microseconds — microseconds, actually, with a tolerance of 18 microseconds that pushes that maximum conforming limit to In fact, the 1. With the High Heat driver, strikes that were once disappointing are now exhilarating, time after time.
The problem is, Knuth produced only a limited run ofbut I used it for one sweet, memorable summer.
The testing continued with one big fly after another. Leave a Reply Cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment. They are patent-pending and USGA- approval-pending. Microseconds are how the governing bodies measure the spring-like effect of clubfaces.
Why is this breakthrough important? Loud, yes, and more ringing than thumping. It comes in only one color—a bright royal blue—and when club meets ball the result is a loud and distinctive boink, such that players four or five spots away from me on lnuth driving range turned their heads.
I got a chance to try High Heat recently, and can attest that its look—and sound—are as distinctive as its design. Happily, most of those boinks produced very long and very straight drives.
Take a certain year-old Golf Tips editor, for instance. Anything longer than microseconds in the CIA is deemed non-conforming. Even definite heel shots, which usually result in weak fades or slices for this golfer, stayed on line — on a string with, again, solid carry and roll-out distance. Number two, the cc head has been designed with seven distinct zones with varying face thicknesses—something Knuth calls Fire Zone Face Technology—to maximize distance on off-center hits.
Dean Knuth, who created the original High Heat driver more than a decade ago, saw that rules adjustment as an opportunity. How did Knuth achieve this eye-opening and smile-inducing increase in power?
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And rest assured, I did not hit all of them, or even most of them, on the center of neat clubface. Two features distinguish this club. Number one, it has the lowest and deepest center of gravity of any driver on the market, enabling players to put more weight under the ball at impact for maximum distance.
Microseconds turn into ball speed, and ball speed turns into distance. First, consider that the width of the center impact area is the just 1.