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Most Forgiving Driver?

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What would you guys say is the most forgiving driver? Not longest or anything like that but the one most likely to get you in the fairway.
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Any of the squares: Nike Sumo2, Callaway FTi, Nickent 3DX Square.

There also is the Tour Edge GeoMax which is also very forgiving.

As is the Taylor Made Burner Draw, Taylor Made the r7 Draw.

The Ping g5 offset, Nike Sumo, and the new Big Bertha.
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Any of the squares: Nike Sumo2, Callaway FTi, Nickent 3DX Square.

Couldnt have said it better myself.
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I would have to go with the R7 460 Ti


Driver R7 460 Ti
3 Wood Eye 2
Hybrids Torch Series 18 and 22 degree
Irons Sliver Scot 4-pw Rife shafts 5.0
Sand Wedge 54 degree deep red
Lob Wedge 60 degree cg11 satin finish
Putter White hot XG #9
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I've only had 2 forgiving drivers - Cleveland Hi Bore XL and the New Mizuno MX 560. I'm disappointed that the latter did not get into the silver or gold category in the Golf Digets Hot List 2008.
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you can get an Adams BUL for $150 right now... they are high MOI and very forgiving

above posters covered many good ones...
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by far the Ping g5 or g10. I have never hit a driver straighter. Just lost too much distance went back to old faithfull R7. LOVE IT
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The one in my sig is the straightest I have hit. Works well for me at least, and flies low.
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What would you guys say is the most forgiving driver? Not longest or anything like that but the one most likely to get you in the fairway.

I've heard amazing things about the Nike Satch and C'Way FT-3 Square drivers.

The new Hi Bore's are great so i've heard. i think its different to everyone. ps: the right shaft choice also adds forgiveness
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IMO it's the Callaway Big Bertha 460 just because I use it and enjoy it.
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