Dunlop DP1


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The Drivers Test 2014: Dunlop DP1

Cost: £149.99.

Tech: “Adaptive Drive” provides five face angle settings. Interchangeable 10g and 3g weights let you alter the draw/fade bias.

What we said… James Ridyard: “I like headshape and the solid single alignment line really works. The textured effect on the crown is odd but it felt solid and distance was decent.” Joel Tadman: “It was accurate. The new shaft is more stable than last year’s. Having the heavier weight in the heel reduced my miss to the right.” Stephen Kidd: “It flies from the middle but curves a lot on mis-hits. The adjustability isn’t obvious, I had to tinker for a while to find my best setting.” Steve Milnes: “The pattern on the crown is off putting. It wasn’t overly powerful; a 12° head would get more out of my action.”

Pros: Affordable adjustability. Solid feel.

Cons: Textured crown will divide opinion.

The numbers: Looks: 6 Feel: 6.5 Sound: 7 Forgiveness: 7 Performance: 6.5

TG Rating: 6.5/10

Details: Lofts: 10.5° only. Contact:

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