So Far So Good
September 8, 2011
So, I bought the Medicus Driver 2 weeks ago. When you receive it, you will likely have to adjust the hinges so they react the way they are supposed to. It takes a bit of getting used to, but you will notice a difference in the way you approach hitting the ball if you spend the time working with the club. I've spent quite a bit of time at the driving range working with the Medicus Driver and I can tell you this much "You will get frustrated". The frustration is good though, because you're working to correct a lot of old bad habits. I would say that this club is a very good starting point for beginners and high handicap intermmediates. After two rounds of golf since I purchased the club, I have seen a significant correction in my slice (may be the worst slice of all time). I'm not playing out of the parallel fairway anymore and I've raised my fairway percentage on my drives by a mile.
Cheaper than multiple lessons
Good trainer for beginners and high handicappers
You can hit the club like any in your bag
Cons:Frustrating to break habits