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Are there are any images of that represent where the 'Sweet Spot' can be found on the 910 D2 driver's face?
I would also like to know if the 'Sweet Spot' is the same as the 'Hot Spot', which I have come across in many online articles. If they are not the same, and if available, could you also please direct me to an image where the 'Hot Spot' is located on the 910 D2 driver's face?
Any assistance will be greatly appreciated.
Thank you in advance.
George C; Only thing I can tell you is about the "Sweet Spot" on my 910D2, and that is that the SS is dead center of the club fact, and it is very small. Love my 910D2, but the only complaint I have with it is that if I don't hit the ball dead center of the club face, well I missed the sweet spot, and I can definatly tell when I hit it or miss it. When I hit the SS, I can feel the ball compress, and it takes off like a rocket. If I miss it, the sound, and feel is totally different, and I don't get the distance, or accurracy when I miss the SS. Again, the SS is dead center of the club face.
Thank you Norris.
I was hoping to find some representation of the sweet spot to help me visualize its location, however it appears that there may be no such document that is publicly available.