Driver Reviews

Driver Reviews

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...

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

Who should create the list of the best clubs in golf: members of media, or the best golf club fitters in the world? That's NO...

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,...

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...

Pros: Big forgiveness, low spin. The ball speed, launch angle and spin rate are very consistent, even on mishits. Cons: Not as low spinning as...

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...

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...

Updated: This review was originally published July 3, 2014.  Pros: More forgiving and lower spinning than Ping's G25 driver. The turbulators (ridges on the front 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...

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: 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...

Pros: The Bio Cell technology on the crown works to push the weight low and forward, which adds distance and also leaves a cool...

Pros: Both models offer a high level of forgiveness across the face and impressive ball speeds. The custom shaft options in the Bio Cell +...

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

Pros: Two of the nicest looking drivers at address in golf. The size of the Tour model was increased to 460cc, giving it a major...

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...

Pros: Callaway's most adjustable drivers to date. Big Bertha Alpha's Gravity Core offers the ability to adjust vertical center of gravity up or down...

Pros: Like last year's X Hot, the X2 Hot drivers come in two different options, a Pro version with a slightly smaller head, lower...

Pros: Consistent launch and carry on strikes anywhere on the club's large sweet spot, particularly those low on the face. Impressive distance for a...

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: Two different head options, a 440cc version and 460cc version, allow golfers to choose between a lower-launching, more penetrating flight, and a higher-launching, more...

'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: The SLDR has a center of gravity that is lower and more forward than any driver TaylorMade has ever produced. That allows golfers to...

Pros: Both drivers are very long and low-spinning, with good looks and a robust sound. The Super S is great for golfers looking for...