Geek Golf Dot-Com-This 551 Japan Hot Version Titanium Driver Head - White

 
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Geek Golf Dot-Com-This 551 Japan Hot Version Titanium Driver Head - White

  • The Geek Dot-Com-This Driver is a forged titanium head with a proprietary weight added directly behind the ball in the rear of the club skirt. The club head also features an integrated energy power slot on both sides of the head to compliment the weighting power bulge in the rear of the club.
  • The Geek Dot Com This is designed to decrease spin off the club head as as such will launch the ball lower than the stated loft. For slower swing player, select a loft higher than you would normally play. The resulting ball flight will be more boring with a flatter trajectory and more roll!
  • Thin yet ultra hard, heat treated 15-3-3-3 Beta Titanium face allows for maximum spring effect and added distance
  • The 551 Hot Version has a tested COR/CT of 0.860+ and was intentionally designed to be USGA non-conforming. This head was not submitted to the USGA and cannot be used in official events. Besides the hot face, the 551 version has the same specifications and same shape as the standard, conforming Dot-Com-This driver. The 551 Hot Version is great for golfers seeking additional distance.
  • Includes a Geek Golf embroidered headciver with magnetic drop down flap.
  • Loft, Lie, Face Angle +/- 1°; Weight +/- 3 gm tolerance
Loft Lie Weight Volume Face Angle Face Height
58° 198 g 450 cc Square 54 mm
10.5° 58° 198 g 450 cc Square 54 mm
12° 58° 198 g 450 cc Square 54 mm

 

Right Hand: 9º - 12° Bulge/Roll: 10 / 11
Left Hand: . Hosel Bore: 0.335"
Breadth: 100 mm Bore Depth: 65 mm
Face Width: 105 mm Face Material: 15-3-3-3 Beta Titanium
Face Height: 54 mm Body Material: Forged 6AL-4V Titanium
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Dave Christie
Jan 7, 2020
Great head. I hit 355 yds. (sweet spot fond).

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in the US we are measuring swing speed by miles per hour (MPH). I converted 43 meter/second, it is 96 MPH. 96 MPH is a good swing speed. For a golfer with 96 MPH I would suggest 10.5º. But this is only one factor. The other factor is the Stiffness of shaft and the location of bend point or kickpoint in the shaft. if your shaft has the bend point in the center or towards the butt, it will reduce the actual loft. if your shaft has bend point in the tip section, it will increase the loft promoting a higher ball flight. Please visit a clubfitter with swing analyzer and launch monitor.
Answered by Monark Golf Admin on Dec 17, 2019


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Geek Golf Dot-Com-This 551 Japan Hot Version Titanium Driver Head - White

  • The Geek Dot-Com-This Driver is a forged titanium head with a proprietary weight added directly behind the ball in the rear of the club skirt. The club head also features an integrated energy power slot on both sides of the head to compliment the weighting power bulge in the rear of the club.
  • The Geek Dot Com This is designed to decrease spin off the club head as as such will launch the ball lower than the stated loft. For slower swing player, select a loft higher than you would normally play. The resulting ball flight will be more boring with a flatter trajectory and more roll!
  • Thin yet ultra hard, heat treated 15-3-3-3 Beta Titanium face allows for maximum spring effect and added distance
  • The 551 Hot Version has a tested COR/CT of 0.860+ and was intentionally designed to be USGA non-conforming. This head was not submitted to the USGA and cannot be used in official events. Besides the hot face, the 551 version has the same specifications and same shape as the standard, conforming Dot-Com-This driver. The 551 Hot Version is great for golfers seeking additional distance.
  • Includes a Geek Golf embroidered headciver with magnetic drop down flap.
  • Loft, Lie, Face Angle +/- 1°; Weight +/- 3 gm tolerance
Specification
Loft Lie Weight Volume Face Angle Face Height
58° 198 g 450 cc Square 54 mm
10.5° 58° 198 g 450 cc Square 54 mm
12° 58° 198 g 450 cc Square 54 mm

 

Right Hand: 9º - 12° Bulge/Roll: 10 / 11
Left Hand: . Hosel Bore: 0.335"
Breadth: 100 mm Bore Depth: 65 mm
Face Width: 105 mm Face Material: 15-3-3-3 Beta Titanium
Face Height: 54 mm Body Material: Forged 6AL-4V Titanium
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1 Most useful customer reviews (see all reviews):
Dave Christie
Jan 7, 2020
Great head. I hit 355 yds. (sweet spot fond).

Advantages: Your friends spend 3X more for a Taylormade (new gimmick every year).
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Asked by YOSHIDA on Dec 13, 2019
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in the US we are measuring swing speed by miles per hour (MPH). I converted 43 meter/second, it is 96 MPH. 96 MPH is a good swing speed. For a golfer with 96 MPH I would suggest 10.5º. But this is only one factor. The other factor is the Stiffness of shaft and the location of bend point or kickpoint in the shaft. if your shaft has the bend point in the center or towards the butt, it will reduce the actual loft. if your shaft has bend point in the tip section, it will increase the loft promoting a higher ball flight. Please visit a clubfitter with swing analyzer and launch monitor.
Answered by Monark Golf Admin on Dec 17, 2019