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    Power Play Juggernaut Titanium Driver - Custom Assembled
    Model: XTM13652B


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New 2014 Power Play Juggernaut Driver Featured In Golf Digest Stix Ezine!Power Play Juggernaut Driver in Golf Digest Stix Enewsletter

In the March 5, 2014 issue of Golf Digest Stix Ezine, the Power Play Juggernaut Driver was featured. Hireko Golf Technical Director Jeff Summitt commented to Golf Digest Equipment Editor Mike Stachura, "The Juggernaut is strictly for those four out of five people who really don't care about the rules. I wouldn't be surprised if it was Hireko's no. 1 selling driver this year." Click here to view the original Golf Digest Stix Ezine with the Power Play Juggernaut Driver.

What's all the buzz about the Power Play Juggernaut Driver? First, the Juggernaut has a 515 cc volume, thus allowing it to be a more forgiving head on off-center shots. Secondly, you’ll be able to generate more distance from the tee as the COR effect of the ball coming off of the explosive beta titanium face exceeds the USGA maximum limits too. Does not conform to the Rules of Golf

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    Questions on Power Play Juggernaut Titanium Driver - Custom Assembled

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    • From tom chartier at 8/13/15 6:31 AM
      • What shaft is used in the video that is shown? When I order,I want that shaft!!
        Thanks
      • Tom,

        That was a prototype of the SK Fiber Wraith shaft.
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    • From pat gillis at 8/9/15 12:13 PM
      • Hi what kind of shaft is considered the best for a 15 handicap player.I use a Regular flex shaft graphite at this time and that is good.But want more distance off the tee.
        Do not know if I need fujikura, grafalloy,apollow,gramam,power play zero gravity,ust mayima.

        will stay with regular flex not a senior.

        help me please.
      • Pat,

        Shafts do not know the handicap of the player playing them, they only know the strength of tempo of the player. If you can give us more information about your swing speed, tempo and length of your back swing along with the exact shaft and flex you are using, then we can probably steer you into the right type of shaft.
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    • From Norman at 1/15/15 6:46 AM
      • I am looking for left handed........do yo think it will be ??????
      • Norman,

        Sorry, we do not have any plans on a LH version in the immediate future.
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    • From terry at 10/11/14 8:43 PM
      • Is there a left handed version coming out?
      • Terry,

        There is nothing planned in the immediate future.
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    • From Melvin at 8/18/14 11:27 AM
      • I wanna buy the juggernaut but I don't know which shaft to pair it with.
        I am currently using a TaylorMade burner07. Regular flex. Torque 5.0. Weight 50g.
        My swing speed is between 90-95mph
        My drives are 220-235yds. I have a fast tempo and transition.

        Should I choose a shaft closer to my current driver shaft weight and torque like the ust mamiya gold 55 or grafalloy prolaunch blue 45 shafts or...

        Should I use the recommendation of some online shaft fitting systems which have recommended the aldila nv65? Appreciate your advice!
      • Melvin,

        It all depends on how accurate you are with the TM driver. If you are inconsistent, I would suggest a heavier shaft and potentially stiffer (if you are closer to the 95 mph range) to give you more control.
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    Model # Hand Club Loft Lie Weight Face Angle Face Height Volume Std Clublength Hosel ID UPC
    XTM13652B-001-1050 RH Driver 10.5° 58 d 200 1 d Closed 57.5 mm 515 cc 45 in 0.335"  
    Shipping Length (inches) Shipping Width (inches) Shipping Height (inches) Shipping Weight (pounds)
    46 4 4 0
    PLEASE NOTE: THIS ITEM REQUIRES AN EXTRA 3-5 BUSINESS DAYS OF CUSTOM ASSEMBLY TIME BEFORE SHIPPING.