Forgiveness is often a term used for golf clubs that feature higher spin levels and center of gravities that are further back and low. These forgiving driver clubs can help players find more accuracy and maximum distance even when they make their worst swings. They can gain more higher launch angle and hit the larger sweet spot more often. Managing mishits and center strikes is a difficult challenge, but these drivers do it the best. The forgiving driver is also good for golfers with lower swing speed.
Ping G410 Driver
The G410 PLUS and SFT drivers deliver on their promise to give players better performance than the standard and SFT models in the G400 line. The movable weight and trajectory tuning system deliver more customized performance for elite and low-handicap golfers. The SFT delivers industry leading slice shot shape correction and help for players that need to find more fairways and keep the ball in play. Ping only releases a club when it is better than the club it is made to replace. Players that are gaming the LST or Max models can rest until the next iteration is released, but players coming from another brand or other G400 models will likely get a better fit and improved performance from the G410 Plus and SFT drivers.
Cobra Speedzone Xtreme Driver
The King SpeedZone Xtreme drivers by Cobra are designed to go fast and really straight. With a larger shape, more perimeter weighting, and a tungsten back weight that achieves our highest measured MOI.
Titleist TS2 Driver
As golfers, we are always looking for increased distance. The Titleist TS2 driver combines cutting-edge technology with classic design to deliver the distance and consistency that all golfers are looking for. If you’re looking for a higher launch, lower spin, and more distance off the tee, then the Titleist TS2 is the club for you.
Callaway Mavrik Max Driver
MAVRIK MAX is well suited for players who want a long, easy-to-hit driver with the ability to reduce slices off the tee. It has the largest footprint of the three models, boasts the highest MOI, is the easiest to launch, and has the most draw bias capability. For golfers who struggle with impact dispersion, MAX offers a tremendous amount of high-speed surface area on the face. MAX also incorporates two interchangeable weights, 14g and 2g, positioned in the sole near the heel and center-back. Installing the heavier weight in the heel creates maximum draw bias; installing it in the back creates maximum MOI.
TaylorMade SIM Max Driver
Lock in top-level speed and forgiveness when you play the TaylorMade SIM Max Driver. The Speed Injection process is designed to maximize ball speed and distance to performance at or near the legal limit. Revolutionary Twist Face technology utilizes face curvature with corrective face angle on off-center hits for side spin reduction and straighter shots. A 2-degree Loft Sleeve™ enables optimized face angle, loft and lie customization for ideal spin and trajectory.
Cleveland Launcher HB Turbo Driver
To go longer off the tee, you have to go faster. The new Launcher HB Turbo Driver features a Turbocharged Cup Face, Ultralight Hosel, redesigned HiBore Crown, Deep Weighting sole pad and a counterbalanced shaft. It all adds up to faster drives for more distance off every tee. The new Launcher HB Turbo Driver. Step Up, and Launch It. The new Turbocharged Cup Face, enhanced with a new variable face, provides higher COR over a larger impact area for increased ball speeds and more distance. The redesigned HiBore Crown lowers the center-of-gravity by 2.2mm, enabling a lower CG position, while the Ultralight Hosel redistributes weight low and deep for a higher launch and more forgiveness. Discretionary mass savings positioned for significant increases to MOI, delivering more speed. Specifically designed for the Launcher HB Turbo Driver, the Miyazaki C. Kua’s center of gravity is relocated higher toward the grip, enabling additional head mass for increased MOI.