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    Posted: 13 January 2009 at 4:12pm
I am thinking about assembling a new driver over the winter and would like to know what component driver heads your might recommend.  I am probably looking for something that is more forgiving since I am hitting less fairways than I would like. 
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The original 'forgiveness daddy' was the Wishon 919THI.
 
At this point, I know the Mizuno MP600 is utilizing a similar face technology as is the new Adams A4.
 
The only 'downside' is that these super forgiving drivers are also on the spinnier side of the same coin with discretionary weighting deep 'n' low.
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I can recommend Golfworks/Maltby Glider S.  Very easy to hit, centre of gravity practically in the sweetspot.  Or the Maltby KE4V.  Low and deep COG as well
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I have a question. Just from what I have been reading here on the site won't your misses still be just as bad unless you get the proper head and SHAFT to fit your swing?
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Originally posted by mship mship wrote:

I have a question. Just from what I have been reading here on the site won't your misses still be just as bad unless you get the proper head and SHAFT to fit your swing?
 
You certainly can't ignore the shaft.  However, component for component, it's easier to make your favourite shaft unusable by putting a completely incorrect head on it; versus taking your favourite head and putting a completely incorrect shaft in it.
 
 
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Where's Hayes?  I know he has some killer Driver components from the Long Drive community.    
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