Drivers: the best one I've hit was a Callaway Razr Fit. When you hit it in the sweet spot it was a bomb ball. And it was difficult to slice with it.
Now tone electrons. It's absolutely true. It's all explained here by the genius himself. If your name wasn't David Lindley, Jackson Browne, Larry Carlton, Bonnie Raitt, Graham nash, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Steve Lukather, Robben Ford, Randy California, Rick Vito, Dean Parks, Eric Johnson, one of the Beach Boys, Jay Graydon, or Ry Cooder, you were out of luck.
@humblepeasant Random implies that you chance of getting a 3, 6 or 9 on any given hole are equal. It isn't, even allowing for us to take a distribution around your handicap (so 3,4 or 5 for example). There no doubt are random events out on the course, like a stone that causes a kick in weird directions and has moved from one day to the next. However, a lot of things on the course don't change location or the way they react. It is just luck of the draw when you hit a tree for example. It might stop, kick left or right, or even come backwards, but it isn't random. The tree is always there and only depends where you hit it