Golf Club Drivers
There is a plethora of different golf drivers on the market, many product reviews online about which is the best golf driver. Every club manufacturer is offering a wide selection of golf drivers and launching new and innovative golf drivers every year claiming to be the best driver ever, just to get replaced the next year by an even better driver. Golfers tend to spend more money on a driver and replace their driver more often than other clubs. Technical innovation slowed down since a few years as the design of golf drivers has been maxed out and reached the limits set by the USGA for rebound effect and max size of the clubhead. However new golf drivers feature adjustable hosel sleeves and moveable weight inserts and allow you to fine tune the club to your individual needs and preference. Golf drivers are designed with a certain shaft for a certain player profile and can be categorized in – drivers for better players, - game improvement drivers and max game improvement design. Each driver comes with a shaft specially designed for a certain player profile. Most players are playing with a shaft that is either too stiff, a club length that is too long to handle and a loft that is too low to get distance out of your driver. Only a club fitting session will reveal what is your individual swing, how do you swing down and thru, when will you release your wrist and others. There is no ‘Best Golf Driver’ for everybody and it is difficult to find out which driver will perform better just for you. A professional club fitter will measure your golf swing using motion and video technology. Your launch angles, spin rates and club speeds will be measured by a launch monitor. The results will be matched with an extensive database of hundreds of shafts to select the ideal components to fit your swing. A custom golf driver will feature the right shaft, the right loft and lies and even the correct grip size. A custom driver will adjust to your individual body and your unique swing and let you play at your best.