John Letters T Series Driver Review

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  • At a glance

  • TG Rating 3.5 out of 5
  • Owner Rating Not yet rated
  • RRP £179

What we say...

2010 - Updated model review

Opinion was split on the looks of the T-Series with pro Chris and Leon instantly being turned off by the blue finish and the deep clubface whereas David and John found nothing to dislike. In fact, in performance terms it was another good one for David with good distance and excellent dispersion stats. It was only the loud impact sound that he wasn’t keen on but admitted he could put up with it! John also liked it, saying it felt nice in pretty much every department while it was also one of his straightest. However, Chris said it didn’t feel as fast as some off the clubface so marked it down in terms of feel and forgiveness.

Ratings (out of 5)

Looks: 2.0   Feel: 2.8   Noise: 2.3   Forgiveness: 2.9   Distance: 4.3   Dispersion: 4.1

The John Letters T Series Driver is a men's driver with a titanium head and is available with steel or graphite shafts and in right or left handed.

460cc head crafted from ultra lightweight & strong Titanium Features a DWS (Dual Weighting System). This moves the centre of gravity low and further back in the head to give a higher ball flight with very little back spin for the optimum ball flight & maximum distance. A 'Power Bar' has been designed into the crown of the club head to direct more weight directly behind the ball at impact for a solid feel and great sound. Lofts: 9.5°, 10.5°, 13° & 15°.

Contact: 0845 196 0050
Website: www.ukgolfdistribution.co.uk

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