Geek Golf Dot-Com-This Titanium Driver Head - Black

 
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Geek Golf Dot-Com-This Titanium Driver Head - Black

  • 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.
  • USGA conforming, passed USGA testing for official events.
  • The Dot Com This has won over 10 world long drive titles, including the World Long Drive Open Division, Re/MAX European Long Drive, Re/MAX Spain Long Drive Championships, Re/MAX Spain Long Drive Championships, UK Long Drive Tour, Utah State Long Drive Championship, Dixie Classic, and many pro long drive events.
  • High quality, metallic black finish.
  • 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
58° 198 g 450 cc Square 54 mm
7.5° 58° 198 g 450 cc Square 54 mm
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
14º 58º 198 g 450 cc Square 54 mm

 

Right Hand: 4º - 14° Bulge/Roll: 10 / 11
Left Hand: 9º, 10.5º 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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2 Most useful customer reviews (see all reviews):
Kyle Manning
Jan 5, 2022
My favorite long drive heads. An older name in the world of long drive, but dont count them out. these low cost heads have plenty of pop in them.
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earl grim
Jul 2, 2021
I have made three of these heads (left handed) and their performance has been excellent.
Perfect when hit in the sweet spot and very good off center. I give this head the highest recommendation for all level players..

Advantages: Very playable, great looks, feel and sound

Disadvantages: none
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I forwarded your question to Geek Golf and they replied on Friday

Yes, the DCT does launch the ball lower, so a lot of players move up a loft - from 9 to 10.5, 10.5 to 12 etc

Whether you should select 7.5º or 9º depends on several factors:

• Driver heads have a tolerance of +/- 1º, i.e. if you select 7.5º it can be anything between 6.5º and 8.5º, if you select 9º it can be anything between 8º and 10º
• The launch angle of your club is caused by your shaft, weight of shaft, tip stiffness, flex, location of kick point promoting a low, mid or high ball flight?
• The ball flight can be even influenced by the size of your tee, lower tee = you hit the ball on the lower portion of face = less loft = lower flight. Higher tee = you hit the ball on the upper portion of face = more loft = higher flight
• Your swing speed
Answered by Monark Golf Admin on Nov 4, 2021


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Geek Golf Dot-Com-This Titanium Driver Head - Black

  • 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.
  • USGA conforming, passed USGA testing for official events.
  • The Dot Com This has won over 10 world long drive titles, including the World Long Drive Open Division, Re/MAX European Long Drive, Re/MAX Spain Long Drive Championships, Re/MAX Spain Long Drive Championships, UK Long Drive Tour, Utah State Long Drive Championship, Dixie Classic, and many pro long drive events.
  • High quality, metallic black finish.
  • 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
58° 198 g 450 cc Square 54 mm
7.5° 58° 198 g 450 cc Square 54 mm
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
14º 58º 198 g 450 cc Square 54 mm

 

Right Hand: 4º - 14° Bulge/Roll: 10 / 11
Left Hand: 9º, 10.5º 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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2 Review(s)  



2 Most useful customer reviews (see all reviews):
Kyle Manning
Jan 5, 2022
My favorite long drive heads. An older name in the world of long drive, but dont count them out. these low cost heads have plenty of pop in them.
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earl grim
Jul 2, 2021
I have made three of these heads (left handed) and their performance has been excellent.
Perfect when hit in the sweet spot and very good off center. I give this head the highest recommendation for all level players..

Advantages: Very playable, great looks, feel and sound

Disadvantages: none
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Have a question? Need more information? Ask our community.
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I forwarded your question to Geek Golf and they replied on Friday

Yes, the DCT does launch the ball lower, so a lot of players move up a loft - from 9 to 10.5, 10.5 to 12 etc

Whether you should select 7.5º or 9º depends on several factors:

• Driver heads have a tolerance of +/- 1º, i.e. if you select 7.5º it can be anything between 6.5º and 8.5º, if you select 9º it can be anything between 8º and 10º
• The launch angle of your club is caused by your shaft, weight of shaft, tip stiffness, flex, location of kick point promoting a low, mid or high ball flight?
• The ball flight can be even influenced by the size of your tee, lower tee = you hit the ball on the lower portion of face = less loft = lower flight. Higher tee = you hit the ball on the upper portion of face = more loft = higher flight
• Your swing speed
Answered by Monark Golf Admin on Nov 4, 2021