Golf Driver

An Introduction to Golf Swing Drivers

 Drivers are the lightest clubs in any golf club collection. They are used to direct golf balls short distances at lower loft angles (between 10 to 15 degrees).

A lower angle during launch will mean a golf ball will not overshoot its target. And the golfer would have more control over the distance and direction of the ball, too.

Modern hybrid drivers are available in the market and if you have the budget for them. You can definitely invest in one or two drivers to improve your performance.

Of course, your performance is influenced. By the number of hours that you devote to practicing your game. An expensive set of golf clubs will provide little or no play value if your basic skillset is unrefined.

You need to practice and perform with an ideal form to improve your game. Known driver brands that have amassed a good following. Due to their adjustability and versatility include Cobras, Callaway, TaylorMade, and Cleveland.

Callaway Golf Men's Strata Complete Set

As a beginning golfer, it can be very easy to get lost when you are shopping for drivers. Our most important advice for you would be to take everything you see and read with a grain of salt.

Focus on your budget and your needs and forget the rest, for now. Don’t overspend on golf clubs as you can get the same enjoyment and practice from a rented set of clubs. Avoid the ‘gear head’ mentality. That focuses too much on equipment and not enough skill-building.

Here is some more information on golf clubs that you may find useful during play or when you are out to buy a few clubs:

1. It is possible to get custom-fitting services. If you want your golf clubs to harmonize with your grip and height.

Expect such golf club sets to cost more than $1,000. If money is no issue, then, by all means, get clubs that suit your height.

But, we do remind everyone that you can still play a good game of golf by following the best practices. Even if you don’t have the most expensive golf clubs in the neighborhood.

2. COR or coefficient of restitution is a big issue in professional golf. And there are golf clubs that have been tagged as “illegal.” Because their COR is higher than what the PGA prescribes for the game.

3. A golf club with a high degree of bounce is more suitable for putting in loose sand environments. , if you are trying to slice a golf ball out of wet grass or wet sand, a lower level of bounce is required.

4. Kinds of wood that have better offset have a higher chance of helping you improve your swing. Offsets are tiny adjustments in the positioning of the clubhead. Allowing you to make contact with the surface of the golf ball for half a second (or less).

Before the rest of the golf club reaches the target spot on the green. The offsetting of golf clubs has become more technical in recent years. Thanks to the continuous demand for more accurate and powerful clubs.