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What driver should get the job done?

post #1 of 6
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I am looking for a new driver and I did some research. I narrowed my list down to five different clubs.

 

Taylormade Rocketballz

 

Cobra Amp Cell

 

Callaway Razr Fit Xtreme

 

Nike VRS Covert

 

Taylormade R11s

 

Which in your guys opinion is the best?

post #2 of 6
Callaway X Hot
post #3 of 6

If the listed number is your true handicap then, unfortunately, none of the above.  You need swing mechanics improvement, not new devices.  Of course i could be wrong about this IF you are hitting the driver consistently long (225yrds) and on the fairway but the poor scores result from no GIR and many 3/4 putt greens. 

post #4 of 6
I recommend the TM RBZ. I have one and cut it down to 45.5 inches and have it tuned to upright lie. It has helped with my slice a lot. In fact I am hitting more fairways or if I miss it is straight to the left where I used to aim because of my horrific slice. Really like the feel of the driver.
post #5 of 6

Without testing/ fitting, of your selection I would go the Callaway RAZR, or as has been stated the X Hot; it was the bomb of last seasons crop according to most of the reviews/ comparisons I saw

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Originally Posted by LivinInTheRough View Post
 

I am looking for a new driver and I did some research. I narrowed my list down to five different clubs.

 

Taylormade Rocketballz

 

Cobra Amp Cell

 

Callaway Razr Fit Xtreme

 

Nike VRS Covert

 

Taylormade R11s

 

Which in your guys opinion is the best?

 

Gotta give us more information on what you're looking for, all those drivers are good.

 

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