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What is the best brand for Drivers?

Poll Results: What is the best brand for drivers?

Poll expired: Feb 8, 2011  
  • 6% (2)
    Nike
  • 30% (9)
    Titleist
  • 33% (10)
    Taylormade
  • 0% (0)
    Callaway
  • 30% (9)
    Other
30 Total Votes  
post #1 of 23
Thread Starter 
post #2 of 23

The driver that suits you.

This sort of poll is ridiculous.

Not to mention that Ping, Bridgestone, Adams, Cobra, Cleveland and Mizuno would be counted as "other".

Totally ridiculous.

post #3 of 23

Just take a look at everyone's signature for your answer.

post #4 of 23

Yeah-not sure what you hope to accomplish or discover with this poll.  My favorite driver is a Nike, but I also own 2 Titleist drivers.  So I should I vote Nike?  But wait, my Dad uses a Cleveland Hibore XL Tour that I absolutely crush the ball with.  Should I vote Cleveland?  Bottom line-I have no idea what is best for anyone other than myself.

post #5 of 23

In my Taylormade bag I play a TM R9 supertri.  In my Mizuno bag I play a Ping K 15.  I also have a Cobra S2 and TM R9 460.

All great drivers.

post #6 of 23

Titties all day.....

post #7 of 23

No best, grasshopper, it's what is best for you.

post #8 of 23

All companies make good stuff. A good starting point is to get on a launch monitor and see what your launch angles and spin are, a good clubfitter will be able to narrow it down a bit for you. Since I recently purchased a Titleist 910 D2, that's what I would recommend trying. Taylormade makes very nice drivers, as does Bridgestone, Callaway, Mizuno, Nike, Adams, etc etc. Pick a driver that looks good at setup for you and take it from there. If you get fitted, make sure you try out a bunch of different clubheads and them search for a shaft to you're liking. "The Best Driver in Golf" is so vague, it is really what you feel looks best, feels best, and gives you optimum results. Good luck in your search!

post #9 of 23

Cleveland

post #10 of 23
Thread Starter 

 

I have Nike Driver but I think Taylormade is the best brand out there.  Since they keep coming out with the new innovations which are different from the rest of the brands.

post #11 of 23

My favorite driver is from a company that no longer exist, Nickent. But it looks like many others that are out there. As others have said, there really is no best other than the one that works for you.

post #12 of 23

I voted other.  Lots of good drivers out there but I've always been fond of Ping and Cobra. Not too sure about Cobra since they changed hands.  But always felt that the two clubs that you personalize are your driver and putter. 

post #13 of 23

Other...

 

My Nickent may be old, outdated, and out of fashion, but the baby can't miss!!!

 

Well for me at least.....

post #14 of 23
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Originally Posted by ronaldkuntoro View Post

 

I have Nike Driver but I think Taylormade is the best brand out there.  Since they keep coming out with the new innovations which are different from the rest of the brands.



I don't disagree with you at all, Taylormade makes solid stuff. However, I feel that this is where they get a hold of shoppers, they make you believe their stuff is the best because of their innovations in the clubs. Personally, I have never been a fan of all this adjustment. I got an R7 Quad when they first came out, and I spent more time dinking with those darn weights than I did trying to correct my swingpath. I really was disappointed when Titleist brought the adjustment into their line, however, I bought one and love keeping it on a draw bias.

post #15 of 23


You were not accepted onto the debate team.

Quote:
Originally Posted by ronaldkuntoro View Post

 

I have Nike Driver but I think Taylormade is the best brand out there.  Since they keep coming out with the new innovations which are different from the rest of the brands.

post #16 of 23

We know that TM's marketing team is doing a great job i guess.  with customer service aside, i think the brand is the least important thing on the club.  i had a TM r580 XD which i hit well, but bought an Adams Speedline Fast 10 with a matrix shaft for a good deal and i hit it well so i am happy. 

 

buying new clubs is all about performance and preference...2 things which are not the same thing from player to player.

post #17 of 23
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Originally Posted by nuck81 View Post

Other...

 

My Nickent may be old, outdated, and out of fashion, but the baby can't miss!!!

 

Well for me at least.....

 

Nickent made such great stuff, too bad they aren't around. Their hybrids were top, by far, hands down, period.
 

post #18 of 23
Thread Starter 

 

Taylormade is still leading so far....

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