Hireko Wants You To Help Design Our Next Driver From The Ground Up!

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Like your drivers pear shaped? Tell us!Uncle Sam
Square? Tell us!
How about a 8 degree triangular shape with a thin carbon crown and interchangeable hosels? Tell us!

Hireko wants YOU to be a part of the design process for our new 2010 driver. Jot down any ideas you may have and post it as a comment here. All ideas will be posted and shared with the Hireko community.

As the process develops, you will be able to comment and tweak the design. We want to make this new driver a collaborative effort with you in the driver’s seat.

So put on your designers hat and give us your ultimate driver!

Post all comments here.

Disclaimer

Hireko reserves the right to reject or accept any ideas submitted to the design of the new driver. All comments and suggestions posted on this blog are the sole property of Hireko Golf.

Hireko Wants You To Help Design Our Next Driver From The Ground Up!

Like your drivers pear shaped? Tell us!Uncle Sam
Square? Tell us!
How about a 8 degree triangular shape with a thin carbon crown and interchangeable hosels? Tell us!

Hireko wants YOU to be a part of the design process for our new 2010 driver. Jot down any ideas you may have and post it as a comment on this blog. All ideas will be posted on this page and shared with the Hireko community.

As the process develops, you will be able to comment and tweak the design. We want to make this new driver a collaborative effort with you in the driver’s seat.

So put on your designers hat and give us your ultimate driver!

Disclaimer

Hireko reserves the right to reject or accept any ideas submitted to the design of the new driver. All comments and suggestions posted on this blog are the sole property of Hireko Golf.

The Relationship Between Loft and Face Angle Part II

How understanding loft and face angle chemistry will help you score lower.

This is Part 2 of a three part series discussing the phenomenon called “effective loft.” which is a relationship between the club’s loft and its face angle. View the Part 1 Effective Loft Article Here. With the introduction of interchangeable adapters to not only change shafts, but the face angle and lie angle (like the Dynacraft Prophet ICT Driver) is will be important for golfer to understand some basic principles. First, let’s review the next of these parameters which is face angle.

Face Angle
The face angle is the position of the clubface relative to the intended line of ball flight. There are three different terms that can describe face angle.  The simplest is a square face angle or where the clubface is aligned directly toward the target. A clubhead that is pointing right of the target (assuming a right handed clubhead) is considered to have an open face angle.  Conversely, a clubhead that is pointing left of the target (assuming a right handed clubhead) is considered to have a closed (sometimes called hooked) face angle. The angles are expressed in degrees and the differences are very subtle, thus the reason why precision gauges are required to measure them accurately.

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Introducing The New Dynacraft Avatar XMOI Fairway Woods

New XMOI Fairways In Stock!

The Avatar XMOI fairway woods are designed differently from the typical fairway wood.  Built to bridge the gap from the extra large driver to the matching transitional hybrids, the shapes of the Avatar XMOI fairways are proportionally sized.  What I mean by this is progressing from #3 wood to #5 wood, then #5 wood to #7 wood the volumes of ordinary fairways diminish because the height is lowered and they are more lofted to consume less volume. But in general, the heel-to-toe and face-to-back dimensions are relatively the same throughout the set.
Avatar MOI Fairway Woods
Let’s face it the #3 wood is the hardest to hit for most golfers, so it should be the largest to provide maximum forgiveness. But do you really need a #7 wood that is huge?  Think about it for a second, the #5 wood is shorter than the #3 wood or another way to look at it is the club is closer to you.  Simply the closer an object gets to your eyes the larger it will look.

For most golfers, an extra large high-lofted fairway wood (like a #7 wood) appears too large at address. We decreased the size proportionately on the Dynacraft XMOI Fairways so they look the correct size and at the same time still provide more than adequate game improvement and cohesive appearance.

In addition to the variable size, the Avatar XMOI fairways feature our exclusive Variable VCT4Crown Technology (VCT) where the crowns are cast as little as 0.5mm thick. That’s equivalent to 5 sheets of paper! This allows all that unwanted weight to be repositioned deep within the head.  Coupled with the sleek, lower profile this makes these super easy to get the ball airborne not to mention straight because of the extreme moment of inertia.

One more thing I might add, not only do these have a great shape and appearance, but they also a great sound at impact. So if you are in the market for a new set of fairways, give the Dynacraft Avatar XMOI strong consideration from our expansive list of ultra-game improvement fairways.

Buy Avatar XMOI Fairway Component Clubhead $19.95 each