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    Acer XV Titanium Driver - Clubhead
    Model: TM128532

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Acer XV Titanium Driver (RH) 9.5° - Clubhead
$74.95
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Acer XV Titanium Driver (RH) 10.5° - Clubhead
$74.95
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Acer XV Titanium Driver (RH) 12° - Clubhead
$74.95
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Acer XV Titanium Driver (RH) 14° - Clubhead
$74.95
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Acer XV Titanium Driver (LH) 9.5° - Clubhead
$74.95
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Acer XV Titanium Driver (LH) 10.5° - Clubhead
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The Acer XV is a versatile and technologically enhanced driver series available in a variety of lofts to suit players of all skill levels. The classic appearance has a lot of functionality from the addition of the Power Chamber sole, Gravity Port and CNC milled crown. The Power Chamber sole enhances energy transfer to the ball while the Gravity Port allows for fine-tuning of swingweight for different shaft weights and balance points and custom assembly lengths. The Acer XV drivers feature our lightest all-titanium crown ever. It goes through a CNC milling process to remove excessive reduce weight than can be repositioned strategically within the head for optimal performance.

Stock screw is 7 grams and requires 4mm Allen wrench

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    • From Gary at 2/7/2015 2:06 PM
      • When will this be available?
      • Gary,

        We expect them sometime in March.
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    • From Jeffrey Lowmaster at 3/17/2015 4:13 AM
      • I have some technical questions: When increasing or decreasing the head weight to either reduce or extend the final club length, do you need to adjust the tip trim in order to optimize the proper shaft flex? In other words, does increasing weight require more tip trim? Also, does the change in weight in the gravity port affect the spin rate of the golf ball? For example, does increasing the weight to 12 grams increase the spin rate? Thanks.
      • Jeffrey,

        In most cases for a driver there is no tip trimming so you won't be able to take less to accommodate the lighter option. With the 12g weight, you are at the weight of a 2-wood. In this situation you can trim more to offset the additional weight. But if you didn't, generally that amount is 1/4" to at most 1/2" which would make the frequency 1-3 cpm less. For most golfers, this small amount would not be able to be felt. However, being more flexible could increase the launch angle and spin ever so slightly.

        For your last question about spin, that is a tricky answer because it will depend upon where you make impact on the clubface. If you make contact higher than the center of percussion, then you could see a decrease in spin where as low on the face would cause more spin.
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    • From Jeffrey Lowmaster at 3/25/2015 6:45 AM
      • Okay Jeff, one more question: To take advantage of the power chamber sole, does one have to tee the ball lower? I normally tee the ball whereas half the ball is above the crown. Will the power chamber still be as affective with the ball teed high? Thanks.
      • Hi Jeff,

        Not really. Hitting above the center of the face on a club is usually optimum anyway as the ball will be at or above the center of percussion of the clubhead. Where distance is lost is lower on the face and that is where the Power Chamber can aid in getting back some of that lost distance. Remember, tee it high, let it fly!
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    • From joseph stumpf at 4/24/2015 2:24 PM
      • interesting,..just played with my new xf #4wood,nice.....accuracy and good distance .so i'm ordering the new xv driver, and thriver, to replace my good XDS's. why are all the XV drivers "one degree closed" and only one driver, flat ?
      • Joseph,

        Most drivers are set at 1 degree closed due to it's size to enable it to square up at impact. The exceptions would be ones designed for stronger golfers (lower lofts) and any head with internal weighting in the heel (like the XDS Insider or React) to help close the head more rapidly.
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    • From Bob Woodrick at 8/10/2015 10:21 AM
      • How does this head compare with the PowerPlay Caiman X2 driver head as far as performance?
      • Bob,

        There is no comparison - the Acer XV is a better all-around driver in all phases from performance to sound.
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    Normally ships in 3-5 business days.
    Model # Hand Club Loft Lie Weight Face Angle Face Height Volume Std Clublength Hosel ID UPC
    TM128532-001-0950 RH Driver 9.5° 58 d 200 Square 55 mm 460 cc 45 in 0.335"  
    TM128532-001-1050 RH Driver 10.5° 58 d 200 1 d Closed 55 mm 460 cc 45 in 0.335"  
    TM128532-001-1200 RH Driver 12° 58 d 200 1 d Closed 55 mm 460 cc 45 in 0.335"  
    TM128532-001-1400 RH Driver 14° 58 d 200 1 d Closed 55 mm 460 cc 45 in 0.335"  
    TML128532-001-0950 LH Driver 9.5° 58 d 200 Square 55 mm 460 cc 45 in 0.335"  
    TML128532-001-1050 LH Driver 10.5° 58 d 200 1 d Closed 55 mm 460 cc 45 in 0.335"  
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