April 2010

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Standing for “Zero Limits,” the new Cobra ZL ($349) driver features multimaterial construction, a milled-rhombus face insert and an Aldila VooDoo shaft. But the feature that will pique most golfers’ interest is its pared-down version of Adjustable Flight Technology, allowing you to change its face angle from open to neutral to closed. When it’s all put together, you’ve got a big stick that delivers accurate, consistent distance. Comes in four loft options, two for southpaws. cobragolf.com

The four-piece Callaway Diablo Edge driver ($299) has the largest sweet spot, highest MOI and deepest CG of any Callaway titanium driver, and was built specifically for high-handicappers to generate more speed. (Its refined head shape reduces drag in the downswing—eight percent less than the original Big Bertha Diablo—for higher impact speeds.) Perfect for golfers who also want to stop hitting the banana ball. callawaygolf.com

The extended crown profile and shallow face of Bridgestone’s new J38 460 driver ($399) promotes a low and deep CG for high-launch and low-spin shots, resulting in longer drives. Features a 6-4 titanium construction with a thin crown wall section that allows discretionary weight to be moved to the perimeter for added forgiveness. Stock shaft is a Fujikura Motore F1 65 shaft (R/S/X available). Comes in three lofts: 8.5°, 9.5°, 10.5°. No lefty versions. bridgestonegolf.com


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