Driver Reviews

Driver Reviews

Editor Review by: dlygrisse Tested-Ping G20 10.5 loft R flex TFC 169D shaft Ping ID8 grip Distance and accuracy are optimized by an external weight that optimizes the center...

Pros: Two loft options (9 and 10.5), and each head has 12 settings to further tune loft, lie and face angle. A weight port in...

'This year's crop of drivers seem to have more buzz than we're used to. Even though golf's ruling bodies capped the COR (coefficient of...

Pros: Powerbilt's AFO DFX MOI driver offers some of the fastest ball speeds and most consistent smash factors we've seen in testing, all in a...

Editor Review by Todd Hibbert- Honestly, I've never really been a Ping driver guy. Not that I disliked Ping's products -- I actually wanted a...

Ping golf clubs have become immensely popular among all skill levels of golfers. Perhaps no other brand has had as rich a history of combining...

Tour Edge Exotics XCG5 Driver Review Tested: Tour Edge Exotics XCG5 Driver Loft tested (degrees): 10.5 Shaft: Matrix RUL 60 From Tour Edge: Truly unique, the XCG5 features Tour Edge’s...

After my successful switch to the Miura CB-501 irons, I saw that Miura had come out with a new driver and I knew I...

Pros: A power grid behind the club face and a low-forward CG helps to increase ball speed, raise launch and lower spin. Both drivers offer...

Pros: The XR driver (460cc) does everything well, but it excels at forgiveness. The XR Pro (440cc) is similar, but it has a smaller,...

WRX Editor Review by SheriffBooth On Course and Launch Monitor Testing TESTED: Bridgestone J40 445 Driver Loft tested: 9.5* Shaft Tested: Project X 6.0 45” PLAYER PROFILE Age:35 Ht: 6’4” Wt:...

Pros: The Great Big Bertha is impressively low spinning for its high level of forgiveness. Its adjustability system is also effective, and simple to use....

Pros: The XTD is hot. Volcanic. Radioactive, one might say. Even mishits seem to careen off the face and down the fairway, straighter than...

  It's no secret that Titleist have something to prove with the new 910 drivers. A few years ago you would have been hard pressed to...

Pros: The longest, most adjustable TaylorMade drivers ever. The M1 460 and M1 430 are incredibly high-launching and low-spinning, boasting the big forgiveness that has been absent from...

Hot on the heels of their new Dymo Driver is the adjustable version, the STR8-FIT. This version boasts an adjustable hosel with 8 different...

Pros: Idiot-proof loft adjustability as long as you pick the right head. Your choice of four very cool colors. Cons: The stock shaft in the non-Pro...

Pros: Clean and simple at address. First-class ball speeds, launch conditions and adjustability. The Z745 is great at lowering spin, while the Z545 offers more forgiveness. Cons: At 430-cubic-centimeters,...

TaylorMade, the king of drivers, has done it again. Bold moves visually and performance tweaks make what was a great driver perform better. It's...

What determines the best driver on the market; is it the opinion of professional club fitters, professional golfers or testing results from a group...

Editor Review 4/24/2012: Pros: Cannon! This Driver can bomb drives. Instils confidence at address. Cons: Try to get fitted or hit before you buy to pick...

Started in 1995 by Harou Yoshimoto, the Crews Tour van is a distinctive and regular sight at Japan tour events but in the rest...

Pros: The 915 drivers are surprisingly long on mishits, especially the 915D2. Titleist's wide variety of lofts, two distinct heads and impressive array of premium...

Over the last few years one company have dominated the driver count on the major Tours. TaylorMade drivers are found in the bags of...

Pros- This driver is a deep faced, low spin machine. Being honest I've never played a Bridgestone club in my life but have to say...

Pros: With a 270-gram total weight, the 588 Altitude is one of the lightest drivers on the market. That, and its high-MOI design can give...

Pros: Top-notch ball speeds, particularly on mishits for a driver with a forward center of gravity. Powerbilt continues to prove that its drivers can compete against...

Review by JokerUsn: Long, Solid, Long, Low Spin, Mid Flight and LONG! And, it's long too. Looks I don't need to elaborate on all the aesthetics of...

Pros: The most forgiving driver Ping has ever made. Sleeker, more pear-shaped head improves aerodynamics. Thinner crown adds forgiveness, creates higher launch. Cons: The Dragonfly-inspired crown...

Pros: The Cobra Bio Cell Pro has the lowest center of gravity of any Cobra driver, producing a low-spinning cannonball off the tee. It's...

It all starts with the right questions. Ask a group of serious golfers what's the best new driver, and you'll get a long list of...

Pros: Extremely low-spinning, and more consistent than TaylorMade's SLDR drivers. Offered in two colors -- black and white. The ability to split the R15's...

I still remember the first time I hit Ping's G30 driver. It was July 2014, and I was at Ping's HQ in Phoenix. Super low-spin...

Tested: Adams Speedline Tech Driver Loft tested (degrees): 9.5 Shaft: Matrix RUL 54 From Adams: The Speedline Tech Driver puts Adams' latest performance and technology in a driver for...

The MP-630 range is the first to headline Mizuno’s Japan domestic and US / Western MP wood line at the same time. Focusing its...

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