Most of the threads I found relating to small vs big driver heads are years old.
Some of them are by golfers who, for example, achieve more control and distance with woods or hybrids from the tee instead of using the driver.
This year, again, Titleist is leading that conversation by releasing the 913 D2 (460cc) and D3 (445cc).
The typical claim is that the bigger club head has more club face, hence offers more forgiveness on miss-hits.
The smaller club head offers more control and "workability" (whatever that really means).
Now I like the look of the the new PING G25 driver and it seems only available in 460cc.
I hit my wood and hybrid straight and controlled over 200 yards on rare good days close to 250 yards.
However, when using the driver (460cc), I'm plagued by mishits and barely hit it straight over 200 yards.
I'm in my first year of golf and planning to buy my first golf set as I've been using someone else's old set to begin with.
I don't believe I can just go to a pro shop and spend hours trying small vs big driver club heads until I can decide what to buy.
Where I live most of the shops don't have a range, they may have sensors in-door though.
I have the feeling that I may hit better with a smaller driver head, but I'm uncertain.
Any thoughts or experiences you can share please?