Driver head controls spin well. It comes with a 15 gram front track weight to control direction draw, neutral, or fade settings. Amazed the Titliest 915 d2 was the shortest club on test. Contact me at if you have any questions! It also offers a decent amount of feedback, and we enjoyed the classic aesthetic. Very simply, G410 is a driver for the golfing masses. It is more like which side you would like to emphasis. There are adjustable drivers to choose from as well.
Perhaps manufacturers should look at their quality control as to why golf sales are down. Length Most golf experts are of the opinion that there is no correlation between your tee shot distances and driver length. Everything from the large 460cc head to the shaft material is meant to help make the TaylorMade M4 a high performing and easy-to-use driver. It has a unique feel, which took a while for our testing panel to get used to. I believe that consistency and deliberate practice are the keys to success, especially when you also take the time to reflect and get feedback on what you do. Although each of the reviewed clubs excel, the Taylor Made M2 features a unique combination of the best features found throughout the class and pulled them together into a single impactful, efficient and effective club. It has Active Recoil Channel that flexes at impact to act like a spring that increases ball speed while decreasing spin.
A great option for someone who wants a top performer, but has one eye on the bank balance. It still comes down to fitting. The tube can be used to position weight either forward or rearward to influence launch angle, spin rate, and forgiveness. New features will be added to the table as we roll out all of our results. Some testers just felt there were better feeling drivers in the test, narrowly preventing it from a gold. So the best performing driver is the driver that fits your game with a proper fitted shaft.
The best driver for each tester. See the putter comparison … A club class of its own, the wedges have high lofts, the short shafts, and the heavy clubheads. Does it make balls go higher and straighter? It is the softest feeling driver at impact due to its massive sweet spot across the face. From customer testing, it appears the Epic is longer for those with higher 95+ swing speeds. Shorter shafts tend to enhance control and dispersion while longer shafts generate more club speed but are more difficult to control. However, you will need to have a higher than average swing speed to achieve these results and be willing to trade some forgiveness for increased ball speed.
It looks great, sounds solid and just knows the way to keep the ball in play. Furthermore, the gravity core can be positioned heavy side up to increase ball speed on above center hits, or down to reduce spin. Tweaking the weight system can generate additional spin, height, and roll depending on how they are aligned. Compared to other drivers the King series has a lack of adjustability. At impact the Ping G30 has a very massive heavy hitting feeling to launch the ball. Tuan Vu — you are just making up information at this point. An outstanding all-around performer in its own right, the M2 completes the most prodigious 1-2 punch TaylorMade has brought to market in several years.
Simply stated, moving the weights makes a big difference. This title represents the best option for most seniors. For years Titleist always distinguished itself in this regard and it still does. Say you tested M1 on fujikura motore and then King Cobra on diamana white and then titleist D2 on project x. The sound no longer bothers me.
The distance is comparable between most models, but Ping always seems to win out with forgiveness. Whichever wins might be down to the shaft. . Some guys hit the ball low on the face, some hit it high on the face. But I do like to read about the differences.
D7 specifically targets lightweight performance, so the head and shaft weigh in at 249g where a typical Ping would be 268g. It has Active Recoil Channel 2. The big bonus is you get some data to boot. It has a slightly larger head with 460cc for high launch and ball velocity. Many of our testers in subjective feedback mentioned not liking feel. Higher spin stabilizes the ball more, resulting also in higher accuracy if there is no wind. Classy aesthetics and effective adjustability was noted by all.
We don;t care about brand names, we are brand agnostic. I can figure out the right loft and shaft to then get the most of this indication for me as compared to an average player. Feel is good and felt forgiving; dispersion results backing that up. Stachura: Driver technology continues to percolate down to shorter, more-lofted metal-woods. You typically gain more strokes by being more accurate.