Playing a Callaway driver is a guarantee for confidence off the tee because you know that they have been developed for a competitive advantage. The process of creating their drivers has been influenced by artificial intelligence and machine learning, so they have been engineered with precision to provide next level distance, ball speed and forgiveness. Among their range, you can’t miss the ‘Epic Flash’ series with it’s Flash Face technology and a covering of triaxial carbon fibre.
Making the Golf Digest Hot List year after year and hitting gold every time, Mizuno’s drivers will help any level of golfer reach those tour-level numbers. Always emphasising quality over quantity, their range reflects what a driver is supposed to do, launch with accuracy and with materials like titanium and using technologies that make for an incredibly responsive clubface, you will get just that. Be sure to check out the ‘ST200G’ series that was crafted with input from professional player Keith Mitchell.
To achieve new performance levels with their drivers, the engineers at PING combined technologies such as larger club heads and faces that increase friction and reduce ball spin while in flight. With their ‘G425’ series, they’ve added a slew of weight-shifting options including neutral, draw and fade, and a lot of research has gone into the crucial moment of inertia, right down to mathematical precision, so that you have a much more forgiving swing, every time.
Out of the most common brands used for golf drivers on the PGA Tour, TaylorMade are right at the top of that list and with good reason too, always providing industry-leading performance that provide maximised distance and forgiving swings. With multi-material construction such as aluminum and carbon fibre that allows for precise centre of gravity control, and technologies such as the Speed Injected Twist Face and the Hammerhead that helps to straighten those off-centre shots as seen in the ‘Gloire’ series.
Whether you’re looking for extreme speed, extreme forgiveness or draw bias, Cobra has the best option for you. They have a model for every preference so that any kind of golfer can find the driver that feels just right for them. With their ‘Radspeed’ series, they have achieved a perfect balance with front and back weighting with their Radial Weight technology that delivers low spin, faster ball speed and high launch, all shelled within sleek carbon fibre.
Of all the drivers out there on the market, XXIO’s have to be some of the best looking around and definitely resemble their promise of luxury performance, and when it comes to that, they deliver. With technologies such as Weight Plus, a counterbalance that is placed in the shaft that helps to push the club head up through your backswing, and materials such as titanium and carbon fibre, these driver’s are here to help you perform and look good and sleek while doing it. Check out the ‘Prime 11’ series for the best around.
The laws of physics are clear and obvious, energy cannot be created or destroyed, and Srixon must have had that pinned above the door at the workshop when they were developing their drivers because they understand that you can only focus it. With their Rebound Frame technology, they aimed to create a more efficient transfer of energy between the club head and the ball, with a face that is flexible and provides more recoil on impact for an accurate, high-launching shot, as seen in the ‘ZX7’ series.
Living up to their name, Tour Edge aims to give you a driver that delivers the ‘touriest’ edge and has you playing like a pro. Their ‘Exotics’ series has been played by over 100 PGA Tour players with over 700 Exotics clubs in play over the past few seasons. With some of the most advanced technologies such as FlightTrack, a 6-gram weight that slides from heel to toe for the ultimate control of adjustability.
Power, precision, and performance are always guaranteed with Honma drivers, beautifully crafted within titanium and carbon frames, engineered around increasing the coefficient of resolution (COR), which is the measurement of velocity between the club and the ball. With the ‘Beres’ series, they have utilised the most advanced materials such as their patented T1100G fibre and technologies such as an internal radial-face rib that delivers a high COR and more ball speed for distance.
Every innovation should improve your performance and every moment of impact should be an exhilarating one, that is what motivates PXG in the development of their drivers. Combining specialised materials with years of research and testing to produce incredible sound and feel, unbelievable forgiveness and explosive distance. With their ‘0811’ series, you’ll find adjustable hosels to optimise trajectory and precision weight technology that has four weight ports in the sole to support trajectory tuning.
Established in 1981 by one of the leading club designers from Japan, Takamitsu Takebayashi, Fourteen have always pushed the limits of club design to make golf more accessible and easy for golfers of all handicaps. With their ‘CT518’ series, they’ve pushed the moment of inertia to keep the club face on target throughout the whole swing and a muscular, low-resin Mitsubishi Chemical carbon material and is tailored to each level of flex increasing your shot-making capabilities.
A brand with a long history at the highest level of sports, working with the very best professionals, Yonex have lended their expertise to golf with their range of drivers. Made with innovative research, design and manufacturing, their clubs assist in taking your game to the next level. With their ‘Ezone Elite’ series, you’ll find a club face that is polished vertically, a design that eliminates the need for grooves on the face, improving shot direction and minimising side spin.
Engineering and design have always been hallmarks of Bridgestone’s history, from their tyres to their golf balls and now their drivers. Aiming to make your shot higher, straighter and longer, you can expect these clubs to increase ball velocity by combining the Power Rib sole with their Boost Wave crown creating more impact. You can expect all of this and more in their ‘Tour B JGR’ series that boasts a 460cc head that will launch the ball at higher angles.
One of the most consistent golf manufacturing brands, Pine Meadow crafts their clubs with the weekend warrior in mind, all at an affordable price, without sacrificing the quality. Their drivers are guaranteed to get the job done, with launching heights and and use top of the line materials and technologies such as titanium and Cup Face technology which features an ultra-thin matte face, PVD gloss sole plate, as seen in their ‘PGX TS’ series.