Integra Disukaba Titanium Driver Head

 
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  • The new Disukua features an innovative forging process that the crown plate and a beta-titanium face are forged from one piece saving about 25 gram of weight.
  • Usually a forged driver consists of 4 pieces, being welded together. By forging the top plate and an ultra thin yet super strong beta titanium face (U.S. and Japan Patent Pending process) from one piece, a welding line is saved. The result is saving 25 gram or over 12% of the head's weight.
  • The discretionary weight of 25 gram was relocated to the rear areas to increase Moment of Inertia for improved stability and forgiveness.
  • Discretionary weight was also moved low to the sole plate. The heavier sole promotes a mid to high launch angle, reducing ball spin and ball stays in the air for a longer duration.
  • Cup face design enlarges the effective face area and sweet spot. The benefit is increased rebound effect for more distance.
  • Disukaba means 'Discovery' in Japanese language and is the perfect fit for this innovative driver.
  • Loft, Lie, Face Angle +/- 1°; Weight +/- 3 gm tolerance.
Loft Lie Weight Volume Face Angle Face Height
 
58° 199 g 460 cc 1° closed 58 mm
58° 199 g 460 cc 1° closed 58 mm
10º 58º 199 g 460 cc 1° closed 58 mm
12° 58° 199 g 460 cc 1° closed 58 mm

 

Right Hand: 10°, 12° Bulge/Roll: 13"/14"
Breadth: 113 mm Hosel Bore: 0.335"
Face Material: SP 700 Beta Titanium Body Material: 3-1-1-1 Beta Titanium
Face Thickness: 2.8-2.3mm Hosel Depth: 38 mm
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2 Most useful customer reviews (see all reviews):
Ohio ken
May 20, 2013
Just got back from the range, had good results with the new Disukaba-II...very quiet sound when the ball comes off the face, feels soft, like butter....but it gets the ball out there, launches nice, big sweetspot...got a 10.5...reg flex 50 gram shaft, 4.2 torque...length 46 inches...very straight hitting head...I swing average, 85 mph...and was flying the ball 200, at the range...this is on the first bounce....that's pretty descent....great paint job, easy to hit....fairway splitter.....

Advantages: all of the above

Disadvantages: none
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Brian
May 1, 2015
This customer purchased the item at our site.
I bought the 12 degree head and paired it with an MCS 70 R flex shaft. I have found this combination to be excellent for a smooth tempo 85 mph swing. It is longer than my other drivers . It is also very straight. For around 90 bucks you will be hard pressed to find a better driver.

Advantages: long and straight

Disadvantages: none
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  • The new Disukua features an innovative forging process that the crown plate and a beta-titanium face are forged from one piece saving about 25 gram of weight.
  • Usually a forged driver consists of 4 pieces, being welded together. By forging the top plate and an ultra thin yet super strong beta titanium face (U.S. and Japan Patent Pending process) from one piece, a welding line is saved. The result is saving 25 gram or over 12% of the head's weight.
  • The discretionary weight of 25 gram was relocated to the rear areas to increase Moment of Inertia for improved stability and forgiveness.
  • Discretionary weight was also moved low to the sole plate. The heavier sole promotes a mid to high launch angle, reducing ball spin and ball stays in the air for a longer duration.
  • Cup face design enlarges the effective face area and sweet spot. The benefit is increased rebound effect for more distance.
  • Disukaba means 'Discovery' in Japanese language and is the perfect fit for this innovative driver.
  • Loft, Lie, Face Angle +/- 1°; Weight +/- 3 gm tolerance.
Specification
Loft Lie Weight Volume Face Angle Face Height
 
58° 199 g 460 cc 1° closed 58 mm
58° 199 g 460 cc 1° closed 58 mm
10º 58º 199 g 460 cc 1° closed 58 mm
12° 58° 199 g 460 cc 1° closed 58 mm

 

Right Hand: 10°, 12° Bulge/Roll: 13"/14"
Breadth: 113 mm Hosel Bore: 0.335"
Face Material: SP 700 Beta Titanium Body Material: 3-1-1-1 Beta Titanium
Face Thickness: 2.8-2.3mm Hosel Depth: 38 mm
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2 Most useful customer reviews (see all reviews):
Ohio ken
May 20, 2013
Just got back from the range, had good results with the new Disukaba-II...very quiet sound when the ball comes off the face, feels soft, like butter....but it gets the ball out there, launches nice, big sweetspot...got a 10.5...reg flex 50 gram shaft, 4.2 torque...length 46 inches...very straight hitting head...I swing average, 85 mph...and was flying the ball 200, at the range...this is on the first bounce....that's pretty descent....great paint job, easy to hit....fairway splitter.....

Advantages: all of the above

Disadvantages: none
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Brian
May 1, 2015
This customer purchased the item at our site.
I bought the 12 degree head and paired it with an MCS 70 R flex shaft. I have found this combination to be excellent for a smooth tempo 85 mph swing. It is longer than my other drivers . It is also very straight. For around 90 bucks you will be hard pressed to find a better driver.

Advantages: long and straight

Disadvantages: none
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