2020 MOST WANTED – THE BEST DRIVERS FOR HIGH SWING SPEEDS
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2020 MOST WANTED – THE BEST DRIVERS FOR HIGH SWING SPEEDS

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2020 MOST WANTED – THE BEST DRIVERS FOR HIGH SWING SPEEDS
Titleist TS2
Lynx Black Cat
Taylormade Sim
PXG 0811 XF
Srixon Z785
Overall Winner
Titleist TS2
  • Best Overall Driver for High Swing Speeds in 2020
  • Ranked No. 1 in strokes gained
  • Testers enjoyed the classic look and design
  • Not as long as distance leaders

156.42

283.31

4839

Runner-Up
Lynx Black Cat
  • Runner-Up for High Swing Speeds in 2020
  • Ranked second in strokes gained
  • Tight dispersion
  • Testers didn’t like the small head size

156.05

283.81

4844

Best Distance
Taylormade Sim
  • Best Distance Driver for High Swing Speeds in 2020
  • About 1.5 yards longer than the 2nd best
  • Ranked 11th in strokes gained

157.77

289.57

3985

Best Forgiveness
PXG 0811 XF
  • Most Forgiving Driver for High Swing Speeds in 2020
  • Second year in a row as Most Forgiving Driver
  • Lowest Launch angle of clubs tested
  • Ranked 21st in strokes gained

156.20

281.50

4151

Best Value
Srixon Z785
  • Best Value Driver for High Swing Speeds in 2020
  • $299
  • Srixon’s lowest-spinning model
  • Ranked eighth overall in strokes gained
  • The adjustable tip is difficult to work with

156.97

285.55

5001

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No two golfers have identical swings. Why, then, would we assume (or be led to assume) that any two golfers would require exactly the same thing from their equipment?

It’s our mission to understand what equipment best serves each unique golfer. The desire to capture more data is why our 2020 Most Wanted Driver Test consisted of 35 real humans and captured more than 15,540 shots. The more we know about the performance of each of the 37 drivers in our test, the better we can help narrow your choices.

It’s tempting to watch the PGA TOUR and assume the same drivers that work for the pros will also serve you. Data say otherwise. Once again, we’re segmenting our data for 2020 to provide more meaningful information to the individual golfer. We’ve broken down our driver test results into three different swing speed categories. For this breakdown, we’re focusing on high swing speeds (greater than 105 miles per hour).  

Whether you’re an off-the-rack buyer, someone who’s constantly tweaking your gear or a golfer who is going to take the time to get fitted by a knowledgeable professional, we’re here to help you.

Most Wanted For High Swing Speeds: TITLEIST TS2

 

Expert Consultant - Lou Stagner

Lou serves as the Director, Analytics at a multi-billion dollar privately held company. He has over 20 years of experience in analytics, data architecture, and machine learning across a variety of industries, including finance, manufacturing, and energy. Lou recently partnered with Scott Fawcett, creator of the DECADE system, where together, they use stats & analytics to help improve the games of professional and amateur golfers.

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Driver Buying Considerations

Performance should be your primary concern when buying a new driver but there are some additional considerations you may want to think about before you make your purchase.

ADJUSTABILITY

By leveraging the adjustability provided by club manufacturers, you can often turn a good driver into a great driver. Most everything on the market has an adjustable hosel which allows the golfer to tweak loft and face angle. Many golfers benefit from the draw and fade options available on drivers like the PING G410 Plus, Titleist TS3 and Mizuno ST200G, to name a few. Others benefit from the launch, spin, and MOI changes offered by front-to-back weight systems like those on the Cobra King SpeedZone, Honma TR20 460 and Callaway Mavrik Sub Zero. For those looking for the best of both worlds, movable weight systems like those in the Mizuno ST200G and PXG 0811 X GEN2 series offer front-to-back as well as draw and fade positions.

SHAFT SELECTION

The shaft absolutely matters, especially in the high swing speed group. For those who buy off the rack or take a DIY approach to club fitting, having a selection of stock offerings that spans a variety of weight classes and includes – at a minimum – low-, mid- and high-launch shaft options can make the difference between a driver that doesn’t perform and one that goes into your bag.

Distance vs. Forgiveness vs. Shot Shape Correction

While most every manufacturer has its version of the fast AND forgiving story, most are trying to strike the right balance that fits within their brand’s identity. The reality is that pushing ball speed limits often comes at the expense of MOI while maximizing forgiveness often means giving up a bit of speed and adding a bit of spin. It’s up to you to weigh how much speed you want against how much forgiveness you need.

It should also be noted that to create a draw bias (anti-slice correction), weight must be moved to the heel. That means pulling weight from the back of the club, which often results in draw-biased models being less forgiving (lower MOI) than standard models from the same family.

Cost

The drivers in this test range in price from $199 to $650, excluding any exotic shaft upgrades. The top performers tend to fall towards the higher end of that price range, though you can snag the TourEdge EXS 220 for $349.99. While $500 is rapidly becoming the new entry-level, those leveraging a cost-per-yard formula will have a hard time justifying paying that much.

Ping G410 SFT - The Slice Killer

Ping G410 SFT - The Slice Killer

The PING G410 SFT is ranked 6th in forgiveness and produced among the tighest dispersion of the drivers we tested. It's Strokes Gained performance is perhaps misleading. While it's not designed for every golfer, the SFT effectively takes the right-side of the course out of play. It had the most left-side favoring dispersion of any driver tested. It also produced the most left-tilted spin axis (draw spin) in the test.

What that means to you is that the G410 SFT does exactly what it's designed to do - help golfers who slice keep the ball in play.

 

2020 Most Wanted DRIVER DATA

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EXPERT TIP- Flat Settings

If you hook the ball look for a driver with a flat setting to help turn your hook into a mini draw. EX. Ping has created a tip that allows you to drop it into a flat setting, claiming it adjusts nearly three degrees flatter than standard.

HIGH SWING SPEEDS: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW IN 2020, SIMPLIFIED.

Congratulations, you’ve read further than most of your peers. So if you’re here, you get bonus in-depth information. Tell your friends. If you swing over 105 mph, take these notes into consideration.

  • The PXG 0811 XF was the most forgiving driver for the high swing speed group, thanks to a high MOI, adjustable hosel and customizable weight distribution. This is no surprise given it was 2019’s overall most forgiving driver.
  • Honma’s XP-1 held up for the high swing speed group, likely due to higher spin rates and tighter dispersion. XXIO X falls under the same umbrella. Both are lightweight options which promote higher swing speeds and contribute to potential gains in ball speed.
  • PING’s G410 LST won the 2020 Most Wanted Driver Test, so no surprise that it benefited the high swing speed category. The low-spin head and adjustable hosel and weight port allow you to fine-tune your specifications to fit your unique swing.
  • Perhaps forgiveness is your primary improvement focus. You certainly wouldn’t be alone and should consider a test drive with Cobra’s SpeedZone Xtreme. The SpeedZone Xtreme came back as one of the most forgiving drivers in this year’s test across all swing speeds.
  • It’s worth mentioning that the TaylorMade SIM MAX D finished third overall in the high swing speed category. The visibly unique sole design (TaylorMade dubbed it the Inertia Generator) promotes faster club head speed because of the attention to aerodynamics in the design.
Lynx Black Cat - Pleasant Surprise

Lynx Black Cat - Pleasant Surprise

The Lynx Black Cat finished second in strokes gained fast swing speeds. It's interchangeable front to back weights allow you to customize your spin options. Testers didn't love the matte black finish and small club head combination. But that only goes to show that looks don't dictate performance.

 

MORE BUYING TIPS

  • Always be aware of shaft length. Clubs that are physically longer may produce a bit more distance on your best shots but they’re also generally less accurate and less consistent. There is no industry standard for how to measure so it’s not unusual for a company’s 45.5 inches to be closer to 46. When demo-ing, be sure to consider the actual length of the clubs you’re testing. One may generate more distance simply because the shaft is longer. In the absence of a ruler, a side-by-side examination can help you understand if a club is really longer (distance) or the shaft is just longer.
  • When you use your wrench to add or reduce loft, you’re also changing the face angle. Adding loft closes the face while reducing loft opens it. While we do leverage hosel adjustments to make small changes to launch and spin, very often we use those same adjustments to alter starting direction and improve accuracy. The same approach can work for you.
  • Much like age, the loft stamped on your driver is just a number – an often meaningless one at that. Every driver has three lofts: what’s stamped on the club, the actual loft a given manufacturer is trying to hit, and the actual measured loft. When all is said and done, there isn’t as much overlap between the three as we’d hope – and that’s before we talk about center of gravity placement and dynamic loft. It’s not usual for one brand’s 9.5 to have the same loft as another’s 10.5, so if you’re a 9.5 guy in one manufacturer’s lineup, don’t assume you’re a 9.5 in everyone else’s.
  • Not all adjustable weighting systems are created equal. If you plan to leverage adjustability to its fullest potential, look for systems that allow you to move significant mass over a wider area of the club head while keeping the weight close to the perimeter of the club.

How We Test

Our Mission is to help you find the best driver for your game.

We are 100% independent and unbiased, and we always put the #ConsumerFirst.

About our Testers

Our pool of testers consists of 35 golfers with handicaps ranging from plus to the mid-teens. As a group, they span a broad range of swing characteristics (head speed, attack angle, etc.).

Over the course of several sessions, each golfer is required to hit 10-12 "good" shots with each club. Club order is randomized on a per tester basis.

Limiting Variables and Gathering Data Reliably

To minimize variables, all testers hit Bridgestone Tour B X Golf balls.

Both club and head data are captured using Foresight GCQuad launch monitors.

Crunching the Numbers

Before determining our rankings, we identify and remove outliers using a proprietary detection methodology.

To arrive at our final results, we calculate the averages of key metrics (ball speed, distance, dispersion, etc.), while also considering the standard deviation and the statistical reliability of those values.

PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS

PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS

ProductLieLengthSwingweight
Ben Hogan GS53, one of the best 2020 drivers golfBen Hogan GS53

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5845.75D4
Cleveland HB, one of the best 2020 drivers golfCleveland Launcher HB Turbo

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6045.75D3.4
Cobra SZ, one of the best 2020 drivers golfCobra King SpeedZone

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58.545.75D4.2
Cobra SZ, one of the best 2020 drivers golfCobra King SpeedZone Xtreme

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57.545.75D3.8
Exotics EXS220, one of the best 2020 drivers golfTour Edge Exotics EXS 220

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5845.75D3.8
Honma TR 20 440, one of the best 2020 drivers golfHonma TR-20 440

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5945.25D3.7
Honma TR 20 460, one of the best 2020 drivers golfHonma TR-20 460

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5945.25D4.8
Honma AP 1, one of the best 2020 drivers golfHonma XP-1

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59.545.25D2.0
Inesis 500, one of the best 2020 drivers golfINESIS 500 REG

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5845.5D4.8
Lynx Black Cat , one of the best 2020 drivers golfLynx Black Cat

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5845.5D3.3
Callaway Mavrik, one of the best 2020 drivers golfCallaway Mavrik

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5845.5D1.9
Callaway Mavrik Max, one of the best 2020 drivers golfCallaway Mavrik Max

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5945.25D3.0
Callaway Mavrik SZ, one of the best 2020 drivers golfCallaway Mavrik Sub Zero

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5945.5D4.0
Mizuno ST200x, one of the best 2020 drivers golfMizuno ST 200X

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5945.5C7.0
Mizuno ST200, one of the best 2020 drivers golfMizuno ST 200

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56.545.25D4.5
Mizuno ST200G, one of the best 2020 drivers golfMizuno ST 200G

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56.545.25D3.1
PingG410 LST, one of the best 2020 drivers golfPING G410 LST

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5745.5D4.5
Ping G410Plus, one of the best 2020 drivers golfPING G410 Plus

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58.545.5D3.0
Ping G410SFT, one of the best 2020 drivers golfPING G410 SFT

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58.545.5D1.1
Ping PXG0811, one of the best 2020 drivers golfPXG 0811 X

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6045.25D4.2
PXGO811XF, one of the best 2020 drivers golf<br data-lazy-src=PXG 0811 XF

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6045.25D3.2
Srixon Z585

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5845.25D3.5
Srixon Z585, one of the best 2020 drivers golf<br data-lazy-src=Srixon Z785

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5845.25D4.7
Sub70, one of the best 2020 drivers golf<br data-lazy-src=Sub 70 839D

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5845.25D4.8
TM-Sim, one of the best 2020 drivers golfTaylorMade Sim

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5845.75D6.5
TM-SimD, one of the best 2020 drivers golfTaylorMade Sim Max D

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5845.5D4.0
TM-Sim Max, one of the best 2020 drivers golfTaylorMade Sim Max

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5845.75D4.9
Titleist-Ts4, one of the best 2020 drivers golfTitleist TS4

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58.545.25D5.6
Titleist TS1, one of the best 2020 drivers golfTitleist TS1

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58.545.25C8.0
Titleist TS2, one of the best 2020 drivers golf<br data-lazy-src=Titleist TS2

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58.545.25D5.2
Titleist TS3, one of the best 2020 drivers golf<br data-lazy-src=Titlesit TS3

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58.545.25D4.4
Tommy Armour 845, one of the best 2020 drivers golfTommy Armour 845

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5945.25D3.8
HL4, one of the best 2020 drivers golfTour Edge HL4

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57.545D1.4
WilsonD7, one of the best 2020 drivers golf<br data-lazy-src=Wilson D7

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5845.5D2.0
Wilson Lanch-Pad, one of the best 2020 drivers golfWilson Launch Pad

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5845.5D2.0
XXIO X Black , one of the best 2020 drivers golfXXIO Eleven

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5945.75D2.9
XXIO X Black1 , one of the best 2020 drivers golfXXIO X Black

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5945.75D2.3

THE BEST DRIVERS FOR HIGH SWING SPEEDS 2020 – FAQ

Buying a New Driver

Q: How often should I buy a new driver?

A: While on rare occasions there are quantifiable year-over-year breakthroughs, typically it takes three to five years for manufacturers to make any significant performance gains. With the USGA further tightening restrictions on manufacturers, it’s possible, even likely, that it will take longer still moving forward. Our recommendation is to buy a new driver only when it appreciably outperforms what is already in your bag. Of course, if you want a new driver because you want a new driver, that’s fine, too.

Q: With all the talk of new face technology, is there one driver that produces significantly more ball speed?

A: Across our test pool as a whole, we found no significant ball speed advantage that can be attributed to face technology. It’s true that some drivers worked significantly better for individual golfers than others but, thus far, we’ve found no evidence to suggest any one brand has a significant ball speed advantage over its competitors.

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Q: Does the shaft matter?

A: Absolutely. While changes to spin and launch and spin differences are rarely massive, shaft changes frequently lead to improved accuracy, tighter dispersion and greater overall consistency.

Q: What should I look for when testing drivers?

A: While golfers have been conditioned to consider distance to the exclusion of nearly everything else, we recommended looking at the little numbers and looking for small circles. When comparing metrics like distance and ball speed, be sure to look at your standard deviations (the small numbers usually found under the big ones on the data screen). Smaller numbers mean better consistency which will usually mean more than an extra yard or two on the golf course. Similarly, look for tighter dispersion ellipses (small circles). We can’t overstate the importance of consistency with the driver.

Q: Is there any downside to adjustability?

A: Yes, but… With many designs, adjustable hosels weigh significantly more than their glued alternatives so manufacturers have to find workarounds to offset the additional weight in an area where additional weight is undesirable. Furthermore, movable weight systems require complex physical structures that eat up otherwise discretionary mass and often have sound and feel consequences. That said, in most cases, the fitting versatility more than offsets those negatives. This is especially true for golfers who choose not to work directly with a fitter.

How Adjusting Loft Impacts Launch and Spin

Did you know that adjusting the loft of your driver by 1° changes launch angle by approximately .8° and alters spin by +/-300RPM?

Most Wanted

Q: How are the drivers fitted to each tester?

A: We use a fitting process that we call “fit from stock.”  Drivers are fitted to each tester using the stock no up-charge options from each manufacturer. We test with stamped lofts between nine and 10.5 degrees and fully utilize the fitting capability within each manufacturer’s lineup. This includes leveraging loft, lie and face angle adjustability (hosel), movable weights and available shafts.

Q: How is the “Most Wanted Driver” determined?

A: To determine the Most Wanted Driver, we look at a variety of performance metrics based on data collected with Foresight GCQuad Launch Monitors. For each tester we calculate strokes gained across all testers. The Most Wanted driver is the is the one that produced the highest strokes gained relative to the average across the entire test cohort.

Q: How do you break down the test by swing speed?

A: In order to determine the best-performing drivers at a given swing speed, we broke the data down into even groups based on testers’ average swing speed.  For the high swing speeds, 11 testers in our Most Wanted Driver Test produced driver swing speeds above 105 mph.

Q: How is the “Longest Driver” determined?

A: To determine the Longest Driver, we consider the average total yards across the test pool along with the statistical reliability of that data. We also look at a narrower subset of the data that includes only the longest few shots hit by each tester with each club.

Q: How is the “Most Forgiving Driver” determined?

A: To determine the Most Forgiving Driver, we focus on a narrower set of metrics that includes: shot area (dispersion), accuracy and the average standard deviation for ball speed and carry yards.

Q: How much does subjective feedback like looks, sound and feel factor into your rankings?

A: ZERO. Our rankings are based purely on launch monitor data and quantifiable performance metrics.

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      StripeNugs

      4 years ago

      Great study! Super specific question about the Mavrik Sub Zero: was the 14g weight in the front or back position for the testing, or was it varied based on the person hitting the shots?

      Reply

      Clintwc

      4 years ago

      Love to see a change your low, mid, high speed to a higher swing speed window.
      Low 90-105mph
      Mid 106-115
      High 115-infinity
      Thanks

      Reply

      FreeBee

      4 years ago

      Thanks for the test! So the drivers performs about the same. 0.0-something seems to be minimum difference for me as a 4 hcp player.

      Reply

      Chad

      4 years ago

      Is mygolfspy not publishing CG and MOI anymore? The reason I ask is that helps narrow down which clubs I will test because spin is also influenced by shaft (your tests don’t use the same) and the forgiveness is subjective to how other players hit the ball.

      Reply

      Matt

      4 years ago

      The strokes gained do not match up with carry distance and shot area. I don’t get how the callaway sub zero mavrik has the most in total yards and the smallest shot zone and yet doesn’t have the highest strokes gained. Strokes gained is based on the distance of the hole (so expected) minus the outcome the shot gives you. So, if you hit it long and with a tight shot zone, then you will have a higher strokes gained then a club that goes shorter and has a wider shot zone. Strokes gained is about distance and accuracy.

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      Tony Covey

      4 years ago

      Like most golf metrics, Shot Area is far from perfect. It’s also not nearly as closely correlated with Strokes Gained as you might think. Several factors make it susceptible to skew. For example, it’s possible to have a large shot area with a high percentage of shots coming to rest in the fairway. It’s also possible to have a relatively tight shot area with a significant percentage of shots coming to rest in the rough. In the future, we may publish fairway percentage instead, as that typically has a much closer correlation to Strokes Gained. That’s especially true with our graduated SG model (SG values decrease as shots move farther offline)

      Looking deeper at the data from the high swing speed guys – as is typically the case, the guys hit a higher percentage of fairways with clubs that produced significantly shorter distances. There’s a sweet spot of sorts where distance and accuracy come together to produce the highest strokes gained values. It’s typically not the longest driver, nor is it typically not the straightest driver. Generally, it’s one that ranks reasonably close to the top for both that creates the highest SG values.

      To put this all in context – as distance increases in our tests, fairway percentages drop a bit. Testers hit about 50% of fairways with the TS2, while they hit less than 40% with the Sub Zero. That’s what creates the difference in Strokes Gained values.

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      John

      4 years ago

      i fail to see how SZ extreme isn’t the best. Smallest shot area with comparable distance and highest forgiveness.

      Reply

      Bobarino

      4 years ago

      MGS – you really need to publish a Best of the Best Most Wanted Test. Possibly the Top 3 Drivers in each catagory from the last five years? Considering how the Srixon drivers – which were also tested last year – stacked-up against this year’s new drivers, it begs the question how the best from last year would do against this year’s crop. If “Consumer FIrst” is still your credo, consumers would certainly want to know if year over year “new” technology is worth buying. My guess is that we’ve seen a couple yards at most and very little dispersion change.

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      TheBrad

      4 years ago

      That’s a really long message just to tell us that you bought a Srixon driver.

      Reply

      Paulo

      4 years ago

      Bravo ! Brilliant :)

      Bobarino

      4 years ago

      Wow. TheBrad. Wiseass. I’ve actually purchased a number of drivers over the past few years which are some of the top performers from these lists. M1, M5, Z785, Z585, Cobras, Pings in the past. Calling out Srixon in particular because the 785 in particular performed BETTER this year than it did last year. How’re you mom’s cookies buddy?

      Harry Nodwell

      4 years ago

      Hold fire Bobarino.

      An idea like this is in the pipe line but with the virus shutting us down for months we had to push it back. But don’t worry, it will be tested in the future

      Reply

      Paulo

      4 years ago

      Surely lie angles should be listed as standard neutrals ? I know the Callaway ones are wrong just by googling. Sub zero standard lie angle is 56 degrees .

      To be honest having read this can you explain why the results are so different to the last test you did . Most of the drivers are still the same models and ping g410 lst walked that but doesn’t do well here ? It’s all very confusing

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      MG

      4 years ago

      Are Drivers with adjustable hosels Supposed to be soled to show their tru loft? Or are you supposed to set them square to the target? Does is depend by manufacturer.? Sometimes it feels like I adjust my driver loft but nothing really changed.

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      Andrew

      4 years ago

      Yeah, something definitely wrong here. For example, Mavrik Sub Zero is second in Ball speed, first in Carry, and second in Shot Area, yet it is in the middle of the pack in strokes gained. Some mistake with the calculations?

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      Clay

      4 years ago

      I just look at the chart and ignore the actual rankings. I can’t believe they award the distance winner on roll out vs carry. You can’t count on roll. Soggy fairways, landing on an upslope, so many variables. Playing primarily in North GA where golf courses don’t have flat spots I prefer a carry distance I can count on.

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      JL

      4 years ago

      For the high swing speed results the recommendations at the top of the page and your chart don’t line up.  Top of page says PXG 0811 XF was the most forgiving with a shot area of 2,772. However, your chart below says the Cobra Speedzone Xtreme had a shot area of 2,772, while the PXG 0811 XF had a shot area of 4,151, which is it?

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      Nathan

      4 years ago

      It looks like all of the listed category winners have different shot areas than what is listed in the table. I’d be interested in hearing the explanation or if this was an oversight.

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      Steve

      4 years ago

      Let me say this differently… How can the Ping LST win overall and not be exceptionally high everywhere else or at least win one of the groups?

      Reply

      Steve

      4 years ago

      Surely, TS2 is a mistake?

      Reply

      Terry

      4 years ago

      TS3 is a great driver but TS2 would not be recommended for high speed players

      Reply

      TheBrad

      4 years ago

      So why did they go to the trouble of placing the TS2 front and center if they didn’t think it was?

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