Custom-Built Acer XV Ultimate Thriver


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don fidura
Mar 5, 2022
driver is O.K. thought I would get more yardage.

Advantages: economical

Disadvantages: n/a
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Aug 25, 2022
I just received the Ultimate Thriver today and went right to the range. I’ve never owned a 460cc club before. This thing is gold! I didn’t know I had a nice fade! Tee the ball so that half the ball is above the top of the Thriver face, swing smooth and easy, and enjoy! Pretty to look at, too. And the length gives the feeling of control. 43.5 inches was great for me. I’m 5’ 9.5”. I went with the midsize Rexton v line grips. I would change them to jumbo if I had a do over. However, I don’t plan on changing them until they wear out, as they fee just fine.

Advantages: Really nice looking club, but face, great sound, the feel is fantastic as long as you make decent contact, consistent.

Disadvantages: Maybe distance. First time out, I was hitting between 240 and 260, with one ball about 280. I typically hit my weird 10.5 degree Synchron 2 between 260 and 275. I’m thinking learning curve, but it’s possible that I’ve lost a few yards. I would not go back, however!
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