Yonex Cyberstar PowerBrid Driver Review – Yonex Cyberstar Powerbrid driver is a driver club of Yonex. In fact, it read ‘Power Brid’ – an abbreviation of the word hybrid, with Yonex claiming a breakthrough using the combined technology of graphite, titanium and a flexible head.
The Yonex Cyberstar Powerbrid driver is certainly one of the best composite drivers in the market. The 400cc head looks good behind the ball and the contact was solid and the sound and feel feedback excellent. On off-centre hits the club was very forgiving, although we would like to see a 460cc version of this club for no other reason than this would be increased further. Overall if composite is your thing, then you can’t go far wrong with this club.
Yonex Cyberstar PowerBrid Driver Review
This flexibility, says Yonex, helps increased the launch angle by nearly two degrees and, combined with a lower centre of gravity, reduces the spin rate.
I put the club in the hands of several low-to-mid- handicap golfers, before submitting my own opinion, but non-e claimed it generated significant extra yards. However, all agreed it probably produced more straighter drives than any driver they had handled.
Commented 35-year-old Neil Tunstall, an extended hitter for his 14 handicapper: “I consistently hit it solidly but wouldn’t say it had been any longer than my current 10 degree Great Big Bertha II. “
However what impressed me was its consistent direction. I’ve never hit a ball so straight with a driver.
I actually struck it where I aimed!” While confirming, it’s not so long as the King Cobra SS 430 or as forgiving because the Mizuno MP001, the Yonex will deliver accuracy over reasonable distance and comfortably passed my private benchmark of height, penetration and precision from the bare fairway lie.
Reviewed By Martin Hopley – From Golfalot
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