2011′ Good Golf Drivers in My Eyes

2011′ Good Golf Drivers in My Eyes

Some of 2011’s best drivers are out, and you really need to take the time in choosing the one driver that will get you closest to the pin. After all, the drive may be the most important hit you make on each hole. Without further adieu, here’s what you need to consider trying out. These clubs are not ranked in any way.

TaylorMade R9 SuperDeep TP Driver- It is a pure player’s driver. It has a 460cc head with an ultra-deep clubface, creating a lower moment of inertia and forward center of gravity for increased workability. The two weight ports, FCT and MWT, create 448 launch condition combinations and the new extra-low-torque Aldila R.I.P. shaft is engineered for strong players seeking a mid launch-angle and low spin. Flight Control Technology (FCT) utilizes a metal sleeve positioned over the tip of the shaft, which can be rotated into different positions to adjust the loft, lie, and face angle.
TaylorMade R9 460 Driver- This is probably the highest scoring driver in the gold medal category, and it should be the one you buy. It features an adjustable shaft which allows you to change the face angle, and we all know what that means: a fully customizable setup in which you can pre-determine where the ball will go. For instance, rotating the face a degree to the left will make sure that upon impact, the ball will travel to the left. An ingenious idea and a giant leap for the driver industry, this club should be more of a collector’s item than anything.

Callaway FT-iz Driver- It provides stability, consistency, incredible feel and increased speed. We did all this by utilizing a heavy face and heavy in-line power source in the rear of the club to localize weight at the front and back of the driver.

In our never-ending mission to find more distance and accuracy for golfers, Callaway’s engineers used an entirely new design to once again produce a driver that’s longer and straighter than anything we’ve ever made. The technical features explained below were incorporated to accomplish this goal and help golfers break through their distance barrier.

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