RRP:    £199.00 17 May 2012
TG Rating:
3.5 out of 5
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3.5 out of 5

This is designed to sit just 0.5° closed but four of our team commented that it seemed to sit very closed, which put them off . Other than that pro James said it had a classic shape and looked smaller than it was, which he liked – and Scott loved the subtle graphite weave on the crown. In terms of performance it was in Chris’ top five for distance and was Jon’s straightest on test although it was a mixed bag elsewhere. Dave C said he’d prefer to spend the extra £100 on the premium Ezone model but that for under £200 this offered a lot for the money. All round, a solid performer but not spectacular.

Looks: 3.6 Feel: 3.4 Forgiveness: 3.2 Distance: 4.0 Dispersion: 3.0

Product Information

Womens Available -
Left Handed available -
Custom-Fit available No
Adjustability No
Grip Type -
Head Size 460cc
Lofts 9°, 10.5°, 12°
Shafts Nanospeed 200

Web: www.yonex.co.uk
Tel: 0208 742 9777

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Yonex EZone Driver Today's Golfer 2012-05-17T12:05:00.0000000 This is designed to sit just 0.5° closed but four of our team commented that it seemed to sit very closed, which put them off . Other than that pro James said it had a classic shape and looked smaller than it was, which he liked – and Scott loved the subtle graphite weave on the crown. In terms of performance it was in Chris’ top five for distance and was Jon’s straightest on test although it was a mixed bag elsewhere. Dave C said he’d prefer to spend the extra £100 on the premium Ezone model but that for under £200 this offered a lot for the money. All round, a solid performer but not spectacular. Looks: 3.6 Feel: 3.4 Forgiveness: 3.2 Distance: 4.0 Dispersion: 3.0 This is designed to sit just 0.5° closed but four of our team commented that it seemed to sit very closed, which put them off . Other than that pro James said it had a classic shape and looked smaller than it was, which he liked – and Scott loved the subtle graphite weave on the crown. In terms of performance it was in Chris’ top five for distance and was Jon’s straightest on test although it was a mixed bag elsewhere. Dave C said he’d prefer to spend the extra £100 on the premium Ezone model but that for under £200 this offered a lot for the money. All round, a solid performer but not spectacular. 3.55
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