Many adjustable drivers, even from the best manufacturers, change the orientation of the shaft in the head as you make adjustments. This means that if the club is assembled in the standard configuration, when a change is made from the standard position, the shaft is rotated and the shaft stability is compromised. A better approach would be to get the driver fitted for your individual swing mechanics so that further adjustment is unnecessary. At that point, have the shaft installed in the driver head in the stable position for your swing. Give us a callĀ at (615) 444-1614 to set up a driver fitting appointment.

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