What does Taylormade Tour issue mean?

What does Tour issue mean?

Tour issue clubs are just that, they are made for the tour vans, and allow hot melt to ensure proper club weight adjustments when either lengthening or shortening the club.

What does Tour Issue golf clubs mean?

With a retail club if it is stamped 10.5 and is supposed to be 1.5 open, it may very well be 9.6, and 2.5 open. Tour Issue Clubs are unique with laser precision. … These clubs were designed for tour use only and will never be released to the public.

What is Tour issue driver?

The difference is whatever the difference is. If it’s a “Tour Issue” club with a wide-open face angle then it will play like any club with a wide open face angle. If it’s a “Tour Issue” driver with 6.5 degrees of loft and an ultra-stiff shaft then it will play like any club would with such a low loft and stiff shaft.

How are pro golf clubs different?

The irons could be made of zinc, which would be noted by the much larger hosel diameter (where the shaft is inserted) as zinc does not possess the same strength as stainless steel. … The shafts and grips that are found in pro-line equipment tend to be better quality than store-line clubs.

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Do pros use the same clubs?

I would say most golf pros irons and wedges off the rack that are for perfectly fit for their swing via shaft and lie angle. There are lots of variations to shafts but for the most part all irons weigh the same. Drivers and putters are more likely to be 100% custom made.

What does Tour Preferred mean golf?

Once upon a time when TaylorMade said “Tour Preferred” it meant something. Tour Preferred products represented the very best of what TaylorMade had to offer. Tour Preferred products were specifically designed not just for better players; Tour Preferred products were designed for the very best players in the world.

What are the white dots on a driver face?

The dot you see on Mickelson’s head marks the center of the face for the USGA’s Characteristic Time (CT) test, which measures the springlike effect on the face from several possible spots where impact might occur.