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5 Golf Drivers You Should Try: Get Your Drive On

As winter quickly approaches, the golf season may be winding down for many parts of the United States. Coincidentally, this is one of the busiest times of the year for golf equipment manufacturers as they roll out their latest and greatest products.

Here is a short list of the five most anticipated drivers for the upcoming golf season.

Mizuno JPX 850 Driver

Mizuno JPX 850 Driver

When Mizuno Golf introduced their Fast Track technology way back in 2007, golfers everywhere were introduced to the idea of how clubhead weighting can impact their golf game. This tech makes its return in Mizuno’s new JPX 850 driver, and in a big way.

By manipulating two adjustable weights on the driver’s sole, golfers can adjust the club’s center-of-gravity, spin rates, shot shape and trajectory. All of that is in addition to a fully-adjustable hosel, which you can adjust the club’s loft from 7.5- to 11.5 degrees. It’s one of the best drivers I’ve ever hit and will be in my bag for 2015.

 

Callaway Big Bertha Alpha 815 & Big Bertha Alpha 815 Double Black Diamond Drivers

Callaway Big Bertha Alpha 815

Don’t let the long club titles fool you; the upgraded versions of Callaway’s popular Big Bertha Alpha drivers pack a lot of punch into a compact clubhead designed for better players.

Much like the club’s predecessor, the Callaway Big Bertha Alpha 815 and Big Bertha Alpha 815 Double Black Diamond feature a soft feel at impact while producing a massive amount of distance off the tee. The Gravity Core adjustable piston returns to the 2015 version, which you can flip upside-down to adjust the club’s center-of-gravity. Fully adjustable loft settings round out an impressive driver that’s sure to be the envy of your foursome next year.

 

Cobra Fly-Z Driver

Cobra Fly Z Driver

Cobra Golf is also getting into the adjustable weight driver category with their new Fly-Z driver, which features a guitar-pick-like weighting device on the back of the clubhead.

Golfers will also benefit from the driver’s Speed Channel feature on the clubhead sole, which promotes a springlike effect to your drives. Cobra also includes their MyFly adjustable loft tech in this puppy, again giving you an incredible amount of customization at your fingertips.

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