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Power Play System Q2 driver. 460cc Titanium driver - Square Faced driver with removable weights and superb aesthetics...
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110364 - Power Play System Q2
Condition: New . Warranty:90 days .
Interloper Golf Presents
The 'System Q2'
Square face design with superb aesthetics
Face: 6/4 Titanium
Body: 100% Titanium
Shaft: True Ace Blue Crush.
Weight: 62 grams. Torque: 2.9. Flex: Regular (default). Also available
in Stiff Flex.
It comes equipped with the
True Ace Blue Crush Graphite Shaft. The lightweight True Ace Blue Crush
is specifically designed with an ultra-low torque which provides tip
stable performance for large headed drivers. That's what we used in
testing this club (read
reviews). The blue crush has a low torque of 2.9, lightweight at
only 62 grams and goes very well with this club. It is a little bit
pricier than shafts like the Aldilla VX, the Powerflex FW-114 and
Powerflex FW-501 but delivers good consistent performance. It is lighter
- that translates to faster clubhead speed - that translates to longer
drives. It has very low torque - that translates to less twisting at
impact - that translates to straighter drives.
If your swing speed is 110 or higher, you may want to go with Stiff
flex. If between 100 to 110, regular may be a better flex. If you go with a flex that
is too stiff for you, the club won't respond and feel dead in your
hands. Many golfers (young men especially) feel they have to have the
stiffest shaft possible. Not a good idea as you loose the oomph provided
by the shaft.
Not sure what your swing speed is? You can rent or buy the
Swing Speed Radar - a very useful gadget.
If your swing speed is
less than 100, or you are a senior, a junior or a lady golfer, let us know and we can
switch you to a different shaft that will be more responsive to your
swing. No extra charge. Just email or call us and we'll be glad to help. The shaft is the engine of your driver. It
does not matter how expensive a clubhead you have - if the shaft is not
right for your swing, the results will not be satisfactory.
We have a nice little
write up on this subject.
Click here to read it before making your decision. If you decide to
go with one of the shafts listed in this write up, just let us know. No
We don't just sell the clubs - we test them and we play with them. We
test them on the range and then put them into play to get a very good
feel for them. We have put a lot of thought and time in configuring this
club by matching the right head with the right shaft and grip without
making it too expensive. Put our upfront work to your advantage. Now you can go
for those 300 yard drives without a second mortgage.
Would you like to read a
review of how this club fared in
testing? Click Here.
Adjustable weights to
suit your swing
The Power Play System
Q line includes three drivers, the
Power Play System Q quad screws, the
System Q Tri Port, and now the System Q2. They have distinct
advantages for the weekend golfer who does not have the time to work
with an instructor and iron out kinks in his swing. These clubs
compensate for swing tendencies and gives you a game you can live
If you struggle with
trajectory, that is you cannot get the ball high enough to get
decent carry distance, then the System Q Quad or Tri Port is
the club for you. You can have heavier screws in the rear of the
club head and that will shift the center of gravity to the rear of
the club head resulting in a higher trajectory. Conversely, if you
have too high a trajectory, you can use lighter screws. The System
Q2 does not offer rear screws. Instead, it has been designed such
that more weight has been moved back to give you a higher
If your problem is not
trajectory but you slice or hook, then all three drivers will be of
great help. You can change the screw in the toe to a heavier screw
and get a fade and reverse for a draw. If you are playing a course
that has many dog leg right holes, you may change the screw weights
around for that day to get a fade bias for that day without
tinkering with your swing.
The System Q2 has a
square face design while the System Q has the traditional cone
design. The large footprint of the Q2 coupled with additional
material in the rear corners formed by the square shape, combine to
produce superb perimeter weighting. All this adds up to a higher
moment of inertia designed to hit the ball straighter over the
entire face. You will have a better chance of getting the ball on to
the fairway and away from trouble.
The square face design
technology has one major objective - get the ball moving on a
straighter path on off center hits. Whether it's the Nike Sasquach
or similar drivers from Callaway, Titleist and others, the objective
is the same. The screws just provide you additional flexibility to
tailor the driver to your swing. And that makes the System Q2
popular with the cerebral type of golfers who like to adjust their
clubs as best as they can.
As shipped, the club
is equipped with a 3g screw in the toe and a 10g screw in the heel
ports for a draw bias. Additional screws (4, 6, 8 and 12g) are
available to provide 36 different weight combinations.
The System Q2 has
great aesthetics too. It is one of those clubs that makes people say
'Would you mind if I take a look at your driver'. If it looks good
and plays good, what's not to like.
Hit it long - hit it straight
Grip: Comes with the Winn Xi7 XF AVS V17 Black/Red
Designed for higher
swing speeds, the new Xi7 features a highly textured, firm feel with optimum
torque resistance resulting in a cord-like feel while minimizing hand-wear and
Winn Xi7 XF AVS V17
Core Size(in): 0.600
Alternate Grip: DSi
AVS V17 Black/Red
For players who prefer a soft, comfortable grip
with all-weather playability. The new Dura-Soft Integration (DSi) grip line
utilizes Winn's V17 material to deliver both comfort and performance.
Winn DSi AVS V17
Core Size(in): 0.600
You can choose either grip,
no extra charge. Same look on both. One is firmer, one is softer. The Xi7 XF AVS
V17 is the default.
In case we have confused you, you
will get a fully assembled driver that includes the head, the shaft and the
grip. All the above write up is to give
you a better understanding of what you are getting and how it may impact your
When making payment, mention your
preferences in the comments / notes section of the payment/order form. We will
Questions & Customization:
We can customize the shaft
type and grips. If you have customization requirements or a related question,
feel free to