Golf Tips Magazine  awarded the new 2011 Acer XF Leggera Driver a “Great Buy” in their May, 2011 issue.

You can read the full Golf Tips Awards Acer XF Leggera a Great Buy Award here.

Except from Golf Tips:

“What We Like: What a great price. Furthermore, the overall shaping is a step in the right direction for Acer. And in case you’re wondering, yes, the crown section is white. Shhhh…”

Golfers try to obtain more distance by using a lighter weight shaft, which most do so already. But that is only half of the equation if someone is seeking additional distance. The other component for tape measure drives is to increase the club length for greater leverage. But there is a potential problem: existing head weights are too heavy, creating a club that feels unwieldy.

The solution is the Acer XF Leggera. A lighter weight head, which when married to today’s lighter and longer length shafts, reduces the overall weight of the club for an even faster clubhead speed. Featuring advanced manufacturing which sheds the weight from only the crown area and ensures the center of gravity is in the right place to create those monstrous drives you have only dreamed of.

Greed is good, so go long and not wrong, with the Acer XF Leggera.

Note: The recommended clublength of Acer XF Leggera is 46″.

Acer XK Leggera Titanium Component Clubhead Driver $64.95 each
Acer XK Leggera Titanium Custom Assembled Driver $104.95 each

2 Comments on New 2011 Acer XF Leggera Titanium Driver Awarded “Great Buy” By Golf Tips Magazine!

  1. Melvin Utley says:

    Great driver. My driving distance averages 10-15 yards longer and 20 or more and best drives.

  2. Double Gee says:

    Got a 10.5 with 47inch Booyah shaft in regular. This driver is something of beauty to look at – far far better paint job than any other white headed driver i have seen.
    Performance is where it excels. Being so light you can have a longer shaft without sacrificing accuracy and feel – average drives for me have gone from 220yards to 240 yards with an occasional monster hit at 250 plus! – not bad for 58 yo, arthritic knees and 88 mph ssr.
    Buy one and don’t give the OEM any more cash for their over charging.

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