Plenty of forgiveness for mis-hit shots to keep the ball straighter. Delivers a solid sound and feel at impact, giving you feedback on the success of your shot. Adjustable loft of plus or minus 2 degrees to normal setting.
Making loft adjustments can be tricky. Not the newest driver design from this manufacturer.
Offered in 3 club face lofts between 9 and 12 degrees, so you can pick the best one to match your game. Uses a flexible face material that allows your off-center ball strikes to maintain speed and velocity, keeping the ball on line better.
A little pricey. Aimed at less experienced players versus low handicap shooters.
Mass of the driver head is positioned to give you a higher loft off the tee than some other drivers, which is important for less experienced players. Offers a high ball speed for shots that strike the club face a little off-center. Nice looking driver.
Ships with a poor quality head cover. Less effective for low handicap golfers.
Noticeably lighter than previous Callaway drivers, delivering more club head speed and better distance. Has a reworked club head design to increase aerodynamics. Available in club face lofts between 9 and 13.5 degrees to give you plenty of options.
Doesn't ship with an adjustment tool or with a head cover, so you have a bit of extra expense.
Club head can be adjusted to 4 different degree settings. Extremely lightweight design so you can generate a lot of club head speed for maximum distance. Materials in the club face are very forgiving for off-center ball strikes.
More expensive than some other drivers. Doesn't have all the newest technologies.
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Drivers give golfers the best option for hitting the golf ball the longest distance off the tee. A golf driver has a large club head, bigger than any other type of club in the bag. With this large club head, drivers generate maximum power and speed. The driver also has a small loft angle on the club face, which maximizes the distance the ball travels. Because of this small loft angle, drivers work best off a tee. They’re not really made for a lie on the ground. Some drivers have a loft angle you can adjust in a range of a couple of degrees. Others allow you to shift the weight distribution in the club head to try to fix swing problems. Drivers can be difficult for novice golfers to use, because they have such a long shaft.
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