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What driver brand do you use?

What driver do you use?   

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  1. 1. What driver do you use?

    • Callaway
      32
    • Cobra
      18
    • Mizuno
      1
    • Ping
      17
    • Taylormade
      25
    • Titleist
      15
    • Cleveland
      3
    • Tour Edge
      0
    • Bridgestone
      1
    • Adams
      1
    • Nike
      6
    • Other brand
      14


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I am gaming an XR16 right now.

When I went for a lesson this weekend, I had 20 minutes to kill, so I swung the Rogue.  Pro asked me if I was thinking of switching, to which I replied "only if this thing adds 20 yards to my drives"

I then witnessed it add 20 yards to my drives.  Back to back comparison to my XR16, same simulator, etc.

Thank god the rest of my game is suffering right now, or I would be $400 poorer.  But next year?......

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Callaway Epic SubZero - Fitted

before that I had a Nike VR Pro ii - clearance buy

before that Nike SasQuatch - gift

I hit them all pretty well, but the Epic is amazing - the fitting with the correct shaft I suspect was the key thing.

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1 hour ago, rehmwa said:

Callaway Epic SubZero - Fitted

...I hit them all pretty well, but the Epic is amazing - the fitting with the correct shaft I suspect was the key thing.

I have the SubZero XR16.  Otherwise, same experience as you though, can't believe how much I love this driver.

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Gigagolf P3 10.5*

Gigagolf TRX CT Response 12.5*

The P3 disn’t work for me but the TRX is great.

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07 Taylormade  and didn't they freeze the rebound. So the other advantages would be spin rate, loft, shaft length things like that. Speak up am here to learn!!

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Cobra F6 I won at a tournament. Don't feel like the distance is there(usually prefer Callaway drivers) but I do hit it very straight. 

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I recently picked up a used Callaway Big Bertha Fusion Heavy driver.  It’s quite nice, despite being a few years old.  

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Cobra F7+, I love the funky sound it makes on well struck shots. The only down side is if you hit the ball below the center line of the club face, you loose major yardage. I just tee it up a little higher.

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