No wonder the G30 is the hottest driver in the market this year. The most famous club in Long Drive is up for grabs. The white driver is pretty sexy. If you are really wanting to improve your game, your fun on the course and hitting the ball further down the fairway, it's time for you to hit Krank. In the 3 dimensional, color-saturated world in which we live, the Rage is quite distinct.
This Technology addresses that issue better than any other golf driver on the market. You also will see Krank numbers year over year just keep improving. This was a small review he did and the bigger Review with the rest of drivers is going on now and will show all specs and numbers I am sure after they are done with the Big review. I will convert totally though in the spring of 2014. And encourage everyone to do so.
Mine was one of the originals named Element before the legal issues mandated that they change the name. Anyone have any reviews, concerns, complaints? First the looks of this club are awesome! I bought my Krank Rage in 2009 with a Diesel Tour Lite shaft, Stiff, and gained in every respect. Krank Golf drivers are all the Rage among long-drive competitors As it turns out, krank golf rage, for a krank golf rage most of you have probably never heard of — where sound and feel is concerned — Krank most definitely is wearing big boy pants. It must be a pretty good fit for me. Which I did and was able to get my money back.
If so I would think your having a swing plane issue more than a flex problem. I would personally like to thank Krank for all the hard work. The Element was worth the wait for me. Krank golf rage hit the Krank Rage. The ball used was a TaylorMade Tour Preferred X. I can also cut the ball off the tee better with the weights and shaft set for a slice.
Could have saved me a few posts and any kind of undeserving thought process. Heading to the range today to test it out, if the club is as good as the service rep then it should be amazing. Alpha stiff and x stiff shafts I can put in it. Too much backspin creates lift and balloons my ball flight and kills the roll-out. The Rage has a stiff Aldila Tour shaft and the F5 has a Fuji Tour stiff shaft, with both cut to 46.
That alone was enough to get me thinking Have had around 15 holes with it an what was my normal left to right cut is now more of a slice. I live in New Zealand and ordered my Element in December straight from Krank arrived last Week. I have never seen a krank in Canada with any of the golfers I have met. There is also a marked difference in the shaft quality you will get with your Krank driver versus the off-the-shelf drives. To Whammer and Rat and all the ret of you guys, its real simple, it is the best driver on the market, hit it yourself! I hit one shot in the golf room with the Krank and could tell immediately it was closer to the launch angle I should have, a bit on the high side still, but I'll see once I get some time with it. Remember my driver was set for me.
I am still waiting for the weights and the tool and the instructions to adjust the driver. I think this is where the increased spin came from in our testing as shots slightly off center heel and low caused higher spin rates. The evolution of Krank Golf Drivers is based on exceeding what others think is possible and setting completely new standards in pure driver performance. The Rage is a much more muted, but solid sound. I can feel the club head and am getting good center contact. I was also wondering about the 3w. I am crossing over from the Krank Rage Black to the Formula 5.
The lesson here: off-the-rack might work, but custom…and even almost custom, is almost always going to be better. It would be nice to do a comparison with that and the Rage in the future. I am more than impressed with the formula 5 and would recommend it to the 5 to 9 handicapped golfer who knows their swing and their stats. What a Company, what a waste of money what a dreadful experience to date. I hit a dozen balls with my old driver to get loose and I was getting about 225-240 which is typical. I felt like a celebrity as I noticed the people around me watching.
That is huge for distance gains. On 1 I hit a Driver past the bunker in the air and took a bounce on the driveway to the shop. All of the driver heads we tested were playing to identical flexes, shaft weights, swing weights and lengths, which were the specs designated for our tester. Bought head only and due to economic conditions had to shaft it with an Graffaloy Axis Platinum X-flex had stashed in the closet. The first Krank driver I ordered was a 47 inch 9 degree x-stiff Inertia tour shafted driver. I choke down a bit on the 48 incher as it is a big club, but after getting used to it, I like it and I hit it straighter even at 48 inches than any other driver I have ever owned.
You posted a thread to get opinions on a driver, which undenounced to us, you had already bought and asked if it was a good deal. Changing up from a Nike covert with a low spin shaft. For an example when I got fitted I gained 25 yards on my drives and the contact felt like butter. As I had today off and it turned out to be a beautiful day I headed to the course to play a lazy 6 holes, took my carry bag, Rage Driver, 5i, 9i, 56 Wedge and putter. The fact that they question the legality tells me straight away that they think it is long, too long.