Integra Disukaba Titanium Driver Head


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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 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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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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Damien Krebs
Mar 20, 2023
High quality and feels premium.
A fantastic no nonsense driver head. It has a great sound and distance. The head is set neutral to a slight draw. It hits a little lower than stated loft so please consider this when choosing. Forgiving and long..
I matched this head with a Project X Evenflow Riptide S flex sharft and Avon Chamois Griip. It's a great combnation.

Advantages: 1. Great Sound (not too loud or weird)
2. Nice feel
3. Good distance
4. Easy to hit and control

Disadvantages: 1. No adjustability
2. Hits slightly lower
3. Bland presentation
4. Integra brand so that re-sale value will not be great
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