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Golf Drivers

The golf driver is one of the most important clubs a golfer can have in their bag. It is the club a golfer will usually tee off with on par 4’s and par 5’s and its purpose is to get the ball as far down the hole as possible. It is, therefore, essential, to choose a golf driver that suits your game and ability.

There are many things to consider when choosing a driver such as loft, shaft flex, and weight positioning on the clubhead

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itself. Using an ill-fitting driver can turn what should be a fearsome rocket launcher into a huge source of frustration.

  • Loft - The loft is the angle of the face that determines how high a ball will launch. The loft of a driver will usually range between 8 degrees and 13.5 degrees and as a basic rule of thumb the higher the loft of the driver, the higher trajectory the ball will fly on. With today’s technology, it is possible, on most drivers, to adjust the loft making it much easier to set your driver up perfectly.
  • Shaft Flex - The flex of the shaft is essentially how much the shaft bends in the golf swing. Choosing the right shaft flex on your golf driver is crucial to producing the correct ball flight. The basic flex’s offered are; Ladies, Senior or Light, Regular, Stiff and Extra Stiff. As a general rule here, the slower your swing speed is the more flex you need in the shaft to produce the best results.
  • Weight Positioning - Golf drivers will often come with moveable weights on the clubhead itself. For golfers looking to cure a slice (left to right curve) the weights can be moved more into the heel of the club. Conversely, if it is a hook that plagues you (right to left curve) then the weights can be moved more towards the toe.
  • Centre Of Gravity - The positioning of the centre of gravity on a golf driver can dramatically affect ball flight. A lower and further forward centre of gravity will produce lower spinning drives and would be suitable for the golfer who is hitting the ball too high, with a ball flight that appears to float rather than penetrate. It is generally a less forgiving club. The further back the centre of gravity is the higher the ball will spin. This can be used by the golfer whose golf ball never properly gets airborne and appears to fall out of the sky before it should. This also makes the club more forgiving.

If you are just starting out playing this wonderful game then obviously price can be a consideration. If you want to test the waters to see if you like the game,before splashing out on the latest and greatest new driver, then the best way to buy a quality golf driver without spending a fortune is to buy a driver that is a few seasons old. Often here at Scottsdale Golf, we will have some superb offers on golf drivers from the major golf manufacturers that were first released a few years ago and then re-released later at a lower price to clear their stocks. These kind of offers are perfect for early on in your golfing life as you will still get an excellent quality club but at a much lower price.

Of course there are established players that change their driver every year as new technology is introduced that has the potential to allow them to hit longer and straighter drives. Technology does move quickly in golf as the manufacturers spend millions on research & development, looking for an innovation that can make their company's next golf driver the best on the market. It absolutely can make a difference to your game getting the latest driver and here at Scottsdale we are proud to stock all new releases from the worlds top golf companies. We have custom fitted options available to order through the website or standard specification golf drivers that can be ordered for free next delivery.

At Scottsdale Golf we also have a team of dedicated fitting experts that can tailor all these options to best suit your swing and help you hit longer straighter drives. We have all the latest golf drivers from the leading brands such as; Callaway drivers, Titleist drivers, Taylormade drivers, Srixon Drivers,  Cobra drivers, Cleveland drivers, Ping drivers and PXG drivers. So whether you are a complete beginner or an experienced low handicap player, trust Scottsdale Golf to find the perfect driver for you so you can start hitting longer, straighter drives. If you do require a custom fitting session before purchasing your next golf driver, please contact us on 0161 969 4644 or email pro@scottsdalegolf.co.uk and we will get you booked in in our fabulous new fitting centre.


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