Tuesday, April 7, 2009
2009 Drivers Buyer's Guide
If you’ve put a new driver in your bag recently, you’ve probably felt the rush of bombing one right down the middle. These new big sticks help launch the ball at optimized angles and spin rates, which in turn, adds tremendous distance to your drives.
Of course it’s still up to you to square the face at impact, but even that’s being addressed these days by manufacturers who’ve built clubs with adjustable and internal weighting to counteract those unwanted slices and hooks.
New drivers for 2009 include several redesigns that make them longer and more forgiving than ever, while other models have become more specific, and geared toward helping particular types of golfers hit better drives.
When choosing your new driver, be aware that just about every model can be custom-fitted with a wide variety of aftermarket shafts that significantly affect performance.
This icon indicates editors’ picks, which are our personal favorites in the driver category.
To see editors’ picks from other equipment categories, please visit www.golftipsmag.com.
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