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Best Value on a new driver?

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Just looking for some thoughts on what everyone thinks the best VALUE on a 2-3 year old driver would be?  I was think the Callaway FT-3 Tour driver or the Bridgestone J33R?  Anyone others out there??  Thanks!

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Check out the Cobra stuff. Their S2 driver is a monster, and can be had very cheap with a great stock shaft.

I still love my TM R7 TP from 2006.  Nothing wrong with 'old' gear.

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Im quite happy with my Nickent 4DX Driver. Its from 08 and while it doesn't have all the hype of taylormades or callaways in my hunt for a driver I swung the Callway FT i driver as well as the Callway FT-iQ driver and then finally the Ping G10. I ended up going with the 4DX mostly because of price but now that I have it, while it is not as long as the FT-i or as strait as the FT-iQ it is a nice balance. It is easy to control, has a large sweet spot has good distance and good forgiveness but it not very much swayed into either category and feels very similar to me to the G10 Driver from ping. The 4DX got very good reviews and when it was new saw quite a bit of use on the Nationwide tour. The huge difference for me between the G10 and the 4DX.. price. A brand spanking new 4dx is about $50-$70 a used G10 even in the worst of playable Condition is at least $100 and more likely closer to $130 or $140.

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Thanks for the reply's, I had a R5 TP a while back and wish I would have kept it.  I will have to take a look at the S2's and the 4DX.  T

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Adams 9015D, still in my bag but the Bridgestone J33R is not a bad choice.

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