With the Honma GS line of metalwoods, the “GS” stands for “gain speed.” The idea is to use longer and lighter designs to help create speed for golfers who struggle to generate it on their own.
The audience for the Honma T//World GS Driver ranges from 8 to 36 handicaps. There’s always a bit of wiggle room in those types of numbers so it’s best to think in terms of application.
For the mid to high end of that range, the Honma T//World GS Driver is about forgiveness. At the lower end, the emphasis on the speed-favoring elements with forgiveness mixed in. T//World TR drivers are also an option for those folks.
With that said, we’d like to get some feedback from MyGolfSpy readers.
We’re looking for five MyGolfSpy readers to test, review and keep a Honma GS driver.
Head to the Honma GS Driver testing thread in the forum to apply.
This testing opportunity is open only to right-handed golfers who live in the U.S.A.
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