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Cleveland Hibore - The Driver That Put Cleveland on the Map

Dan DeRoeck

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Before the Cleveland HiBore arrived on the scene, Cleveland was not particularly well known for making high performance drivers. Well, that's all changed. The HiBore is now considered by many, as the driver of choice for golfers of all levels.

Cleveland has positioned itself rather successfully as the authority of wedges. Recently however, Cleveland has upped the ante by adding the driver to the list of things they do extremely well. The rapid pace of deployment into the premier driver ranks is quite inspiring to say the least. The technology behind the HiBore is nothing short of impressive.

The three main technologies at work behind the HiBore are Energy Transfer Core, Distance Driven Geometry, and Full Face Performance. A short description of each is warranted to get a good a full depiction of the true performance potential of this driver.

The idea behind Energy Transfer Core is to create an efficient energy transfer that increase ball speeds, all from a system of thin, lightweight titanium spines. The Distance Driven Geometry concept consists of providing optimal launch conditions by moving the weight of the club head lower and deeper, this is called CG or Center of Gravity. And finally Full Face Performance is aligning the “sweet spot" to cover a large area of the club face thus increasing ball speed and distance.

Collectively, these three technologies result in a driver that puts a premium on a high Moment of Inertia (MOI). MOI is the latest buzz in the driver market , and with good reason. It is a fact that high MOI promotes a tighter dispersion of shots, something we all strive for in a driver especially. Well, Cleveland has does an excellent job of bundling these technologies to produce a whale of a driver, one that tips the scale on MOI.

The HiBore has two models of ancestry starting with the “original" and ending with the XL and XLS. The XLS is considered the more technologically advanced driver of the three and the king of MOI. The XLS offers a Standard, Tour and Draw versions making it even more accessible for all golfers to fit into a HiBore.

Cleveland has done a superb job of marketing and engineering a driver that caters to not just the PGA Tour caliber player, but to golfers of all skill levels. MOI is the theme with the the Cleveland HiBore and with it comes a tighter dispersion of shots off the tee. If a new driver is in your future, you owe it to yourself to check out the new Cleveland HiBore.

Take advantage of a driver that is built around a high MOI. Start throwing darts off the tee box with your new Cleveland HiBore . But best keep it quiet, you don't want your buddies to find out your secret!

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