How to marry forgiveness, distance and the ability to work the ball, all into one? I daresay no club can perfect all three in one go, but many make a good fist of it. Often it depends on ability and/or swing speed, but it’s probably best to prioritise those three criteria, and then go from there. Once you have a clear idea of what’s most important to you, it becomes much easier to disseminate between the drivers that may suit you and the ones which probably won’t.

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Wonderfully forgiving driver with a small inherent draw bias because of the internal weighting and the static lie angle. The dispersion is higher because ball speed on off-center hits is still high. This is a great driver for mid-to-higher handicaps and golfers who square the face but have an inconsistent strike pattern.

Thanks to the extra spin we can get players extra carry from a very neutral head. The perfect driver for slower swing speed players that can be built in a lightweight package. Thanks to the fitting process some players that are looking for that extra help can still benefit from the design with a standard weight shaft. It’s mega-forgiving and one of the highest launching heads relative to loft on the market.

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Most importantly, we have highly qualified fitters on staff who can help dial this driver in to your specific needs. As for the Subzero, again there was a definite difference between the two weight settings. The back setting gave me a higher ball flight, and this was due to the higher spin rate it produced. The spin rate in the back setting was 457 rpms higher than the front setting, which is a fairly large difference.

  • There has been a good amount of advancement in this area in the last few years.
  • Golfers who slice really need to make sure they use a driver that has a higher loft.
  • Updates to Driver Booster 2 include faster downloads and an all-new user interface with skins.
  • This positioning can help you get your hands forward when you are swinging.
  • You get the greatest offset when the head is its furthest back from the hosel.

For golfers who tend to hit the ball fairly straight or who need help with spin reduction, the forward weight setting is definitely something for them to try. For golfers who might need help hitting the ball higher, or who want added stability, the back setting is a great option. Again, the importance of finding a qualified fitter to make sure this driver is setup properly for you cannot be overstated.