Our Review:You might think of Honma for its craftsmanship or use of gold in its pursuit of moderate swing-speed-player aesthetics. But the TR20 is the most complex of modern drivers that’s built to appeal to better-player muscle. The face has been thinned on the inside by the use of vertical grooves, and the body is made mostly from carbon fiber. There are three sole weights that allow you to specify less spin, extra forgiveness or a stronger draw bias. The compact 440-cubic-centimeter version is built to Justin Rose’s performance and visual requirements.
Specs: 8.5, 9.5, 10.5
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Look / Sound / Feel
* Percentage of total score
midI like the classic, glossy black, and the tight, penetrating draws I hit. Impact was clean and muted, and the feel was the right kind of heavy where I could feel the clubhead.
lowIt sits really square at address. You don’t have to manipulate much. Trajectory, distance were all consistent.
highSimple and beautiful design. Sound and feel was very satisfying whack. Not too loud, not too quiet, just right. Performance was very nice high launch angle with low spin and plenty of carry.