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Mizuno GT180 Driver in New Condition - 9.5° Loft - Kuro Kage Silver Tini Dual Core Graphite ShaftMizuno GT180 Driver

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Features & Specs

New Condition Men's Right-Hand Mizuno GT180

9.5° Loft, Regular Flex, Standard Length, Standard Lie Angle

Graphite Kuro Kage Silver Tini Dual Core Shaft

Description

The Mizuno GT180 driver features a SP700 Titanium Face for increased ball speed and distance as well as CORTECH Design that maximizes the COR area. The Visual Face Angle Slider inspires confidence to make a strong, natural swing while Fast Track Technology allows for a straightforward path to enhance launch conditions and Quick Switch Adapter aids in launch optimization. The GT180 is the ultimate fine tunable driver with the dual ability to squeeze every last yard from your drives and evolve with your swing.

Features

  • SP700 Titanium Face: Exotic fine grain titanium material that offers greater responsive force for increased ball speed and distance
  • CORTECH Design: Optimized face thickness distribution to maximize COR area
  • Visual Face Angle Slider: Adjusted Visual Face Angle independently of loft/lie inspires confidence to make a strong, natural swing
  • Fast Track Technology: Precisely designed weight track system that allows for a straightforward path to optimizing launch conditions
  • Quick Switch Adapter: Defined loft/lie settings to aid in launch optimization

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What is the difference between the GT and the ST Mizuno drivers. I am looking for the lighter of the two.

Norman C.     2 months ago     0 of 0 found this useful

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The ST is the Speed Tech driver with limited adjustability focused more on distance and forgiveness. It is also the lighter of the two. The GT (Gravity Tech) has the adjustable weights on it for feel and ball flight control and is slightly heavier.

Rudi Fann     2 months ago     0 of 0 found this useful