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Drivers - Advice, News and Buyers Guide
With so many manufactures it is important that you make the correct choice when buying a new driver. The driver can be the most expensive club that you will buy and making sure you have the correct loft or the optimum flex of shaft is crucial to your success on the course.
The driver is the club that the majority of golfers will use for the first shot on a long hole and it will often be used up to a dozen times in a round and for most golfers it is the club that you can use from a tee peg. (which is a great help)
If you are new to golf you might want to avoid using a driver as these tend to be the hardest club in the bag to use as they will have the least amount of loft and the longest shaft length. The beginner may find a three wood or five wood a better option.
However if you have been using a fairway wood to tee off with and this is going well it could be a great time to upgrade to the big stick and a high lofted driver with a light weight shaft should move you forwards very nicely.
For the more experienced golfer this club can give so much pleasure and when you drive well it sets you up really well for the rest of the hole and there is no better feeling in golf than out driving your playing partner especially if they have hit a good one and for this reason it is vital to choose a driver that will give you the longest and straightest shots.
Unfortunately due to the materials being used (and advertising and promotional costs) the driver tends to be one of the most expensive clubs in the bag and our buyers guide should help you to get the perfect fit.