Review: TourSwing Infringer Driver
I thought I would give a Tourswing driver a try too. I ordered my Tourswing Infringer at 9.5* loft and stock Okato Shaft. It is a bright, head-turning combo. The head itself has a black crown, with chrome and matte silver on the bottom. The graphics are relatively simple. Tourswing, Infringer and loft. The sound is a muted metalic. I would call is similar to TM sounding drivers.
The Infringer offers a high, but flat launch. It gets up quickly and just goes and goes. I was able to cut the corner on some doglegs with no problem. I hit it up over the trees, but it just kept going, even into the wind. I didn’t have any ballooning issues with this driver.
I put this driver in the bag rotation and found it to keep up with the big boys easily and it even beat a number of them. What seemed to most impress me was the consistent distance. I played a number of rounds with this club, It has been an interesting summer since I had a couple of rounds with my good swing and a couple rounds my bad swing. Even when I was a little wild left or right, I didn’t lose much distance. I think maybe 10 yards tops. I hit the ball all over the face and the results would say it is one of the most forgiving drivers I have hit. Not always perfectly straight with my poor swings, but not much distance loss.
If you were a serious player you could try the 6.5* lofted driver, or if you need more loft they have a 10.5*
If you want to try a new driver at a little less cost, with a high quality stock shaft that offers high, flat launch, this is a good choice. TourSwing did a nice job with this driver.