John Letters Masters Model




The Drivers Test 2014: John Letters Masters Model

Cost: £249.

Tech: Features a plasma-welded, Beta Ti face and “Feel Cell” sole bar for explosive distance. Sits open by one degree.

What we said… James Ridyard: “A very solid driver, in part due to the high-spec Aldila RIP shaft, but also a head that’s well balanced and inviting to hit.” Joel Tadman: “I like the look, but the loud, high-pitched sound is off putting. It’s not overly forgiving and feels hard, but sends the ball out there.” Stephen Kidd: “It’s got a great look – simple and classic. The shaft feels long and it would have been nice to be able to tweak the loft.” Steve Milnes: “Surprisingly forgiving for a better player model. The glossy finish appeals to me; there’s no distractions. Sounds a bit tinny though.”

Pros: Clean look. Accurate. Good value.

Cons: No adjustability and unique sound.

The numbers: Looks: 8 Feel: 6.5 Sound: 6 Forgiveness: 6.5 Performance: 7

TG Rating: 7/10

Details: Lofts: 8°, 9°, 10°, 11°. Contact:

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