The Best Golf Drivers of 2019
Are you in the market for a new driver? Which driver should you buy? Read on to learn about the best golf drivers of 2019.
Master instructor Mike Bender insists that your driver is the most important club in your golf bag.
If you're looking for a new driver to accompany your new golf tech, look no further. Read our list of the best golf drivers of the year — you can't go wrong with any of these choices!
Callaway Epic Flash Sub Zero
Could the best golf drivers be designed using artificial intelligence? Callaway thinks so — and they have a new driver to try and prove it. The Callaway Epic Flash Sub Zero incorporates the original Epic's jailbreak technology to maximize the face's flex as well as a brand new AI-designed face to maximize ball speed.
Compared to last year's Rogue, there's an increase in ball speed and average carry. A sliding weight has also been incorporated if you want to modify your shot shape. Having the best launch, backspin, and carry of the 2019 lineup landed this club a spot on our list of best golf drivers of the year.
Cobra King F9 Speedback
With the highest average ball spin of the 2019 drivers and a consistently strong launch angle, the Cobra King F9 Speedback is by far the best golf driver for the price range. It was designed to increase club and ball speed as well as forgiveness. It manages to be light and easy to swing while still feeling powerful and solid.
Its crown is designed to reduce drag and includes their 360Aero trips technology to help with the job. This aerodynamic shape definitely does its job at increasing speed, although it does this with some sacrifice of ball distance.
To maximize the speed of the face, the TaylorMade M5 actually started out under illegal specifications and then was slowly tuned back into legal territory by injecting just the right amount of resin. Outperforming last year's M3, it offers better ball speed, distance, forgiveness, and adjustability.
It's easy to control, it feels great, and it does all of this while being the best-looking driver of the year. However, if you already own the M3, the improvements are marginal, so don't rush to upgrade unless you really want that added adjustability.
Ping G410 Plus
This year, the Ping G410 Plus now offers more adjustability thanks to a movable weight and an adjustable center of gravity. But it still manages to maintain the amazing stability of last year's G400 Max, and it continues to be one of the most forgiving drivers on the market.
And compared to the G400 Max, it has better launch angle, carry distance, and ball and club speed. It also has an extremely thin crown that uses Ping's Dragonfly Technology to further save on weight. Add a great feel and sound, and this club easily earns a place on our list of best golf drivers of the year.
With the longest average distance and optimal personalization options, the Titleist TS3 is certainly one of the year's best drivers. Their newest face design and thinnest crown made of titanium result in maximum ball speed and low spin. Their goal was to create immediate speed while maintaining accuracy.
The driver's SureFit CG weight cartridge was designed to allow maximal customization so that you can fine-tune your shot shape and reduce dispersion. With great forgiveness and a solid feel, this driver is a great choice for anyone looking to improve their game.
The Best Golf Drivers for Your Game
Whether you're purchasing your first driver or your one hundredth, choosing one of these best golf drivers is sure to improve your game.
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