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Posted 02 April 2018 - 11:39 AM

Whats the scoop on the version released for retail?  Is it a White that is counterbalanced?  Besides being able to make the driver longer what benefits does counterbalanced provide?


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Posted 09 April 2018 - 09:25 AM

Yes, Tensei Pro Orange is a counter balanced Tensei Pro White. The counter weighting allows for either a longer length or heavier head without increasing swing weight or to lower the swing weight with the clubs current specs. 

 

What I have seen with most players who test the Pro Orange is an increase in ball speed, slightly higher launch, and slightly less spin.



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Posted 10 April 2018 - 09:06 AM

Are most people going with a longer shaft or heavier head?  I play the White currently and I have played the Fubuki J before.  I didnt think the stiffness of the White would work well with me but I have been pleasantly surprised.  I was interested in the Orange back with it was just a prototype.  Its a tough investment to make just to experiment.   


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Posted 10 April 2018 - 09:57 PM

Are most people going with a longer shaft or heavier head?  I play the White currently and I have played the Fubuki J before.  I didnt think the stiffness of the White would work well with me but I have been pleasantly surprised.  I was interested in the Orange back with it was just a prototype.  Its a tough investment to make just to experiment.   

Most of the builds that I have done with it are at the same length as whatever the player previously used. So in order to maintain swing weight, most I would say are slightly increasing head weight. You could also try it without adjusting the head weight and allowing it play at a lighter swing weight. Because the total weight hasn't really changed and it's just a shift in balance point, some players actually hit it better this way. It all depends on the individual.