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    1. iBella Obsession Purple Driver, Shaft and Grip Component Bundle

      Model# BUNDLE144

      25% Off When You Buy The iBella Obsession Purple Driver, Shaft and Grip Component Bundle!

      $60.95
      Get 25% off when you buy the iBella Obsession Purple Driver, Sporty and awe-inspiring and at the same time is a way to perfectly describe the Obsession driver. Drive in style as the generous, confidence-building size is amply lofted to get up in the air easily and as equally as long as any other tee club on the market. The iBella Obsession graphite shaft was created especially for the iBella Obsession collection, this very lightweight, flexible design creates added distance and feel for today’s woman golfer. The hot new Karma Scented Grip line is now available in a yummy new aroma: vanilla! Well known to create a very comforting sense of inner peace, the calming scent of vanilla will help you to produce a rich, creamy, silky-smooth swing. The bundle includes one each iBella Obsession Purple Driver component clubhead, 1 each iBella Obsession graphite shaft and 1 each Karma Scented Grip. Learn More
    2. Acer XDS Insider Titanium Driver - Custom Assembled

      Model# XTCM1235

      Acer XDS Insider Titanium Driver - Custom Assembled

      Base Price $69.50

      Of late, the USGA has been putting all sorts of rules and restrictions on club head design to prevent that very situation from occurring. This is why designers have to be more creative in designing clubs. One method is to design clubs around the way average golfers swing, rather than creating perfect clubs and expecting golfers to swing that way.The most common tendency is when a golfer comes over the top and makes an outside-in move evident by most shots off the tee resulting into a push, fade or the dreaded slice. A Golf Digest article Add 42 Yards Now explained that if you were able to change to more of an inside-out movement a golfer who swung 95 mph could gain as much as 42 yards. Of course, this would require a huge change in how the person swings the club and let's face it most golfers are not going to be able to put in that time and effort. But through creating design features in the club head, the golfer can be encouraged to make more of an inside path.This is how the Acer XDS Insider got its name. The profile of the head as well as the contour on the crown was specifically designed to create a mental picture of swinging from the inside to encourage one to swing the driver on an inside-out swing path instead of that dreaded distance robbing over-the-top move.The XDS Insider also helps you in other ways. Internal weighting creates a draw bias shifting weight toward the heel to assist in rotating the head and squaring the face at impact. The face angle is a little more closed than normal to provide some additional corrective measures but cleverly disguised by the masking on the crown to provide a square appearance so they can just trust their natural swing. Lastly, the Acer XDS Insider also boasts a variable face thickness, cup face design to make the entire club face becomes one gigantic sweet spot and ensure all the distance possible.Comes with FREE Headcover! Learn More
    3. Acer XDS React Titanium Driver Sole

      Model# XTM1255

      Acer XDS React Titanium Driver - Custom Assembled

      Base Price $89.95

      The Acer XDS React driver combines sophisticated styling with hidden game improvement elements so not only will you look your best on the course, you will play like it too.The Acer XDS React driver was designed for golfers who want their cake and eat it too. On one hand the XDS React driver sets up square at address. But on the other hand the addition of internal weighting within the head provides for the corrective measures that a closed face provides creating a win-win situation for golfers. Lastly, the XDS React's titanium crown is ultra-thin. This allows more discretionary weight to be concentrated in the railed sole optimizing launch conditions for greater distance. Learn More
    4. Acer XF Draw Titanium Driver - Custom Assembled

      Model# XTM1287

      Acer XF Draw Titanium Driver - Custom Assembled

      Base Price $94.95

      Frustrated that the only fairways you manage to hit aren't the ones you are aiming at? If that sounds like you, the XF Draw is the ultimate slice buster. Based upon our flagship model, the Draw version utilizes an offset hosel and more closed face angle to help square the face at impact. This provides much needed assistance to put you on the straight and narrow path to your own fairway (as well as lower scores).Maybe you don't have time with you busy lifestyle to take lessons in order to solve your woes off of the tee. The Acer XF Draw (anti-slice) evens out the playing field by making you next shot straighter and further than conventional drivers you have tried in the past in much the same way offset irons benefit millions of golfers on a daily basis.Don't dread your next shot off of the tee. Knock the snot out of it with confidence using the Acer XF Draw.Comes with FREE Headcover! Learn More
    5. Acer XF Leggera Titanium Driver - Custom Assembled

      Model# XTM1288

      Acer XF Leggera Titanium Driver - Custom Assembled

      Base Price $99.95

      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.Comes with Free Acer headcover! Learn More
    6. Acer XF Titanium Driver - Custom Assembled

      Model# XTM12853

      Acer XF Titanium Driver - Custom Assembled

      Base Price $94.95

      The Acer XF is our flagship model and available in a variety of lofts to suit players of all skill levels. The classic appearance has a lot of functionality found in those national name brand clubs but at a fraction of the cost. After all, you are simply looking for a driver that will provide you with all that extra forgiveness without worrying about all that technical mumbo jumbo. The Acer XF is finished with a durable black PVD coating which provides a stunning appearance that will make you the envy of your foursome.Distance yourself from the competition by adding power, confidence and forgiveness back to your game with the stylish Acer XF titanium driver series.Comes with FREE Headcover! Learn More
    7. Acer XS Draw Titanium Driver Sole

      Model# XTM1459

      Acer XS Draw Titanium Driver - Custom Assembled

      Base Price $109.95

      Incorporating the same cutting edge technology as the new Acer XS titanium driver, with one major difference; the addition of a generous offset hosel. This helps to further assist squaring up the clubface without having to resort to a severely closed face angle. The draw-enhancing attributes produce a more powerful, penetrating ball flight for those that typically push, fade or slice the ball off of the tee. Comes with Free Acer headcover! Learn More
    8. Acer XS Leggera Titanium Driver - Custom Assembled
    9. Acer XS Titanium Driver Sole
    10. Acer XS Titanium Thriver Sole

      Model# XTM1462

      Acer XS Titanium Thriver - Custom Assembled

      Base Price $104.95

      While the Acer XS Leggera might be our longest driver and the XS Draw version is designed to combat slicing the ball, the XS Thriver edition has to be the straightest. For those that play army golf (right, left, right, left...), finding the fairway (and your own) is a welcome relief. The addition of 10g of mass in the head makes a world of difference. By allowing for a 1" shorter assembly length with the right amount of heft in the golfer's hands, this promotes more repeatable contact in the center of the face. The reduced club length and higher loft give the accuracy of teeing off with a 3 wood, but the reactive face produces all the ball speed one expects from a driver. Comes with Free Acer headcover!Product Review by Hireko Technical Director Jeff Summitt The # 1 Selling Drivers in Golf Shouldn't be a Driver but a Thriver We all know the shortest distance between two points is a straight line. But somehow when we walk onto a golf course all logic instantly disappears. Your first hole may be a par 4 or 5 and you pull the big stick out of the bag expecting it to sail down the middle of the fairway. Without much warming up, you swing for the fences with all of the might you can muster and watch the ball fly through the air for what seems like an eternity and suddenly - BINGO - you hit the fairway. Only this time it wasn't your own! If this sounds like you or your playing partners or even one of your customers then you will want to listen up. Are you itching to hit the ball longer? I am going to be brutally honest here and make this statement "Every golf manufacturer attempts to sell you hope." Think about it, you (or your customer) go to purchase a new driver. What are they looking for? That's right, those extra 5, 10 or 15 yards off of the tee or basically something to brag about to your buddies when you get to the 19th hole. By that time you finished the round selective amnesia has already set in. That one tape measured drive you had on hole #16 gets your juices flowing to come back and play again. But what was sadly forgotten were the other 13 drives that didn't go so well. Here is a fact - nearly half of all golfers will fail to break 100 for 18 holes. For those of average to above average strength, they will likely miss every single fairway (if they count only their own). Drives that fly 200 yards out and take a hard turn left or right by 40 yards does not count as a 240 driver either. Not only did that player lose potential distance, the ball might land in a hazard or on the next shot, you may have to try to hit around another obstacle. That is, of course, if the ball wasn't OB or sitting in a large patch of poison ivy. I know, I am not painting a pretty picture, but this happens all of the time at golf courses everywhere. With the advances in clubhead design, why do so many golfers still miss fairways on a regular basis?Here is another fact. Drivers today are all increasingly longer in length and lighter weight than even a few years ago. Why? So one can potentially swing the club faster and have more leverage to hit the ball further. It is true, advances in clubhead design have allowed the modern driver to be more forgiving on off-center shots, but it still comes down to the player making a good swing so the club face is pointed reasonably square toward the target upon impact. Fellas, making the club lighter and longer will only going to make it harder to accomplish that feat for the average golfer, let alone the higher handicapper. If the solution sounds like lopping off some material off of the grip end then think again, because it is not that simple. That driver might be shorter, but that recently modified driver is even lighter in both overall weight and in the heft you have in your hands. You aren't going to know where that club is during the swing or where the ball might land without a spotter. The analogy would be like trying to swing a feather. Of course the other option is pulling out the #3-wood, but what fun is that? Not to mention the smaller size is going to be less of a confidence builder when you need it most. No wonder this is such a hard game. Instead of driving begin "thriving"There is a simple solution to this for the vast majority of golfer that plays this great game. The answer is one of the best high lofted drivers in the golf industry, the Acer XS Thriver, now in it's third generation! You might be asking, "Thriver...hmm, I am unfamiliar with that term." Well if you combine the terms Three Wood + Driver you get Thriver or the best of both worlds when it comes to these two heads. Think about it, the modern deep face driver is approximately 3 times the size of a typical #3 wood creating a much higher moment of inertia making it in theory much more forgiving. Plus you have the large confidence building, thin face with the high COR right up to the legal limit for more distance. On the other hand, your #3-wood is more lofted and cuts down on some of the slice or hook spin plus shorter to enable you to have more control. - Large, confidence building volume (460cc) and face height - Thin, reactive face for high-rebound surface and maximum distance - Higher loft (but not too much) to reduce side spin - Shorter, more control length for solidness of contact - Heavier weight head maximizes MOI and increases momentum into the ball The Acer XS Thriver weighs a full 10g more than a normal driver to allow for a shorter (1"), more controllable length that now has the proper amount of weight in your hands. Plus that extra 10 grams of weight produces an even higher MOI for the ultimate in control off the tee to make this one of the best Acer golf drivers we have ever created. Unlike most 14 degree drivers on the market, the 2013 Acer Thriver doesn't produce as high of a loft as you would imagine so the ball is going outward instead of up and dropping from the sky. Leave the ball retriever for the next guyGet even and make the golf ball companies pissed off at you. An estimated 300 million golf balls are lost annually in the US alone and I want to do something about it! The cost of those normally lost balls with your old driver could go directly in your pocket, for lessons or to play more golf with the Acer XS Thriver. Guess what, when you start finally hitting more fairways (and your own); your next shot is going to be easier. The next thing you know, you are looking at your scorecard and you have a new personal best. If you are not straight now with your current driver, then what makes you think that new driver, that is supposed to give you 5 or 10 yards more, will be any longer? It is only going to be that much longer out of bounds. There is hope to longer drives. What size driver do I need? Again, it goes back to the shortest distance between two points is a straight line. That hope (Acer XS Thriver) is being sold by Hireko or the thousands of independent clubmakers who use our products. Not even a single one of the major manufacturers have become hip this category of clubhead. That is probably because many of these produce those lucrative golf balls too for you to loose. There are millions upon millions of golfers who don't play professionally or even come close to it. Leave the big stick to the pros. This is why I so vehemently feel these are the reason the number selling driver in all of golf shouldn't be a driver at all, but an Acer XS Thriver driver. Learn More

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