Choose The Right Stick!
Let’s take a look at some products de-signed specifically to not only help you nuke it, but hopefully lend a hand at helping you hit the ball straighter and with more consistency.
|ALPHA V5 LX
The all-black V5 LX is obviously built for sheer distance. But it’s a very forgiving driver, as well. The crown is made up of variable thicknesses for support where it’s needed, as well as having two weight ports for that customized look, feel and performance.
ADAMS SPEEDLINE 9064LS
Made with TM’s SuperFast Tech, a Dual Crown and more, the Burner is overflowing with distance-driven technology to help every type of player hit longer drives. The shaping also helps make it easy to align for straighter drives, as well. taylormadegolf.com
New drivers are up in 2011, but don’t rule out what’s currently available. The 909D3 is incredibly long, not to mention versatile and forgiving. The forward CG helps prevent the ball from ballooning, resulting in a lower, more penetrating ballflight. titleist.com
The latest from PING is pure power. The K15 driver has the shape and geometry for bigger drives, but also straighter ones using the company’s Straight Flight Technology weighting that encourages a more square clubface at impact. It also has a huge, deep clubface. pingolf.com
Another power player on the long-drive circuit, Cobra’s S2 is engineered with Adjustable Flight Technology to fine-tune whatever ballflight you’re after. Furthermore, the 9-Point face is ex-tremely forgiving, meaning you’ll hit it long and far. cobragolf.com