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Cleveland HiBore Fairway Woods Review

Cleveland HiBore


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HiBore's hybrid scoopback head


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Review Date
May 1, 2009

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

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Reviewed by: golfer7890 ,  Shoots in the 90s

Model Reviewed:
hibore hybrid

Summary:
I previously played the Halos which are excellent feeling hybrids. The Hibore hybrid is noticeably larger in size than the Halos. More forgiving and very easy to hit. The stock shaft is more stable than the Halo shaft. The balls jumps off the carpenter steel face. Solid and well performing hybrids. Overall I am very impressed with the Hibores. An automatic, point-and-shoot type of club.

Customer Service:
Cleveland needs a contact email on its website.

Similar Products Used:
Baffler, Rescue Mid, Burner Rescue, Heavenwood, Adams.


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Review Date
November 16, 2008

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

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Reviewed by: jjloans ,  Shoots in the 70s

Model Reviewed:
HiBore XL Hybrid #3 22*

Summary:
Really great stick. I traded in a Cobra Baffler DWS, which is a good stick but it sometimes balloons or lets go os a wicked pull hook if you try to load it too much.

I have the factory S flex, and it is a little stiff, but on the tee or the fairway, or the lighter rough it really rips it out there. I use it as a replacement for my 5 wood, and it is the most consistent hybrid I have tried to date... Fairly medium trajectory for a 22*, which is good.

I did not care much for the HiBore drivers, but this stick is a keeper.

Customer Service:
NA

Similar Products Used:
many. A hidden gem for the price is the Zevo hybrids, the Callaway and the TM hybrids are good, but not near the HiBore performance, IMO.


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Review Date
August 12, 2008

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

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Reviewed by: GolfinScots ,  Shoots in the 90s

Model Reviewed:
Cleveland HiBore Irons

Summary:
Bought this set of irons for my husband,
who has always opted for "knock-offs"
because he thought he was saving money.
After he started playing with these,
he has shaved 10-15 strokes off his game!
Loves them so much, he wants to sleep with them!!!


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Review Date
May 25, 2008

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

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Reviewed by: Ravenmaniac ,  Shoots in the 90s

Model Reviewed:
Hibore Fairway 3 Wood

Summary:
I have struggled with my Nike fairway woods and Calaway Heavenwood hybrid and frankly stopped using them. Then I took the plunge and purchased the Hybrid XL 3Wood. Wow this is the best club in my bag, it goes straig, high like a rainbow and rarely do I push it or draw. Very nice club with a lot of forgiveness.

Customer Service:
haven't needed

Similar Products Used:
Calaway Big Bertha, Nike Fairway woods


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Review Date
March 30, 2008

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

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Reviewed by: rontoksh ,  Shoots in the 90s

Model Reviewed:
Hiboer Hybrid 3i and 4i

Summary:
Iron set is 5 to PW TM R7 so thought I try the Hibore hybrid 4i. Absolutely easy to hit and decided to get the 3i as well. These are fairly accurate and I can get onto the greens in 2 on long par 4s now and 170+ metres no longer look formidable or unreachable.

Customer Service:
Did not use


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