The Honma TR20 460 driver is a high-quality performance offering exceptional speed through the air and speed off the club face.
Released along with the TR20 440cc driver, the 460 model features the larger clubhead of the two options and delivers eye-catching speed and distance.
Honma have used a lightweight ET40 carbon crown in the design of the TR20 drivers range, allowing you to generate added club head speed with swinging too hard are fast.
With adjustable setups available via a trio of weight positions, the TR20 driver can suit the needs of a variety of golfers. In this article, we take a look at how it performs and if it is any good.
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What Honma says about the TR20 460 Driver:
“TR20 Drivers deliver beautifully crafted speed through a more efficient, high-COR titanium frame and carbon body.
“Great looking with exceptional speed that you can feel, hear and see. Adjustable weights and hosel provide tuning for additional distance.
“Premium made in Sakata Japan Honma VIZARD shafts are always spine aligned in the non-rotating hosel for performance in any setting.
“Cutting edge TiCarbon+Fast Frame technology, featuring an ultra-lightweight high COR titanium frame and carbon body construction, transfers more energy from your swing to the ball.
“Light and strong ET40 carbon crown and graphite sole optimize weighting to optimize your speed.
“The internal groove and variable thickness face boosts ball speed. Fast feel, fast sound, and fast flight as you watch the ball get small quickly.
“Three adjustable weights provide stability, low spin or draw bias to dial in your flight and gain distance.”
Honma TR20 460 Driver Specs & Design
How much does the Honma TR20 460 driver cost?
The Honma 460 driver currently retails at $650 / £630 at full price, although discounted versions are available from some online retailers.
Is the Honma TR20 460 driver adjustable?
It doesn’t feature an adjustable hosel to change the loft or lie, but does feature three adjustable weight positions for stability, low spin or draw bias.
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