Golf Clubs - Driver Reviews

The driver is the golf club we all love. This season has seen many new launches, all claiming to help you hit the ball longer and straighter. But how do you know which driver to buy? Take a look through our extensive driver reviews section where you will find product information, specifications and reader reviews, as well as driver test results from the TG team. 

Take a look at our 2020 Drivers Test to see us pit all of the latest models head-to-head. We compared 20 leading models on a launch monitor to identify the fastest driver, the longest driver, the most forgiving driver, and the 

  • Wilson Staff D7 Review

    RRP: £269

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    TG Rating 4 out of 5 0 out of 5

    Wilson Staff's latest superlight D7 wood range features RE-AKT technology for faster club head speeds See which category the Wilson D7 won in our 2020 drivers test Wilson Staff's latest range includes a driver, fairway wood and hybrid, which all...

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  • Ping G410 Plus Driver Review

    RRP: £450

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    New for 2019, the G410 Plus is Ping’s first movable weight driver, engineered to increase forgiveness and optimise ball flight See how the Ping G410 Plus compares to 2020's best drivers Until this point Ping had stayed away from the adjustable market...

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  • Ping G410 SFT Driver Review

    RRP: £450

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    TG Rating 5 out of 5 0 out of 5

    Ping's new G410 SFT Driver is their most fade-correcting driver yet. The Ping G410 SFT (Straight Flight Technology) Driver is the latest draw bias model from Ping. It has a 455cc head and is engineered with a fixed ultra-high-density tungsten weight...

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  • Callaway Epic Flash Sub Zero Driver Review

    RRP: £499

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    Callaway's new Epic Flash Sub Zero Driver features new 'Flash Face' technology and adjustable perimeter weighting See how the Callaway Epic Flash Sub Zero compares to other drivers in our 2020 drivers test Callaway’s “Sub Zero” drivers have been...

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  • Callaway Epic Flash Driver Review

    RRP: £499

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    TG Rating 5 out of 5 0 out of 5

    The new Callaway Epic Flash driver features the first AI developed new ‘Flash Face’ technology for faster ball speeds across the face Callaway have employed Artificial intelligence to create what they are saying is the best driver face design...

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  • TaylorMade M5 Driver Review

    RRP: £499

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    TG Rating 5 out of 5 0 out of 5

    TaylorMade’s M5 Driver features 10% more carbon fibre, a T-Track sliding weight system and uses speed-injected resin to tune every face to within 2-3% of the legal limit. TaylorMade’s new M5 driver is designed for ultimate personalisation. Like its...

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  • TaylorMade M6 Driver Review

    RRP: £449

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    TG Rating 5 out of 5 0 out of 5

    TaylorMade’s M6 driver features an Aerodynamic Carbon Sole Design with ‘Inertia Generator’ and a speed injected twist face to combine for maximum speed and forgiveness   TaylorMade’s new M6 driver is built with the aim to create a face as close...

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  • PXG 0811 X & XF Gen 2 Drivers Review

    RRP: £550

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    There aren’t many things PXG's multi-billionaire owner Bob Parsons regrets in life. But if he had the opportunity to wind the clock back and change something, he told TG he wished PXG never launched its first 0811 driver in 2016. The launch came at a...

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  • Cobra King F9 Speedback Driver Review

    RRP: £349

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    TG Rating 5 out of 5 0 out of 5

    Cobra's King F9 Speedback Driver is the first of its kind to combine both an aerodynamic head and low centre of gravity A few years ago, Cobra’s drivers were arguably more famous for their crazy colour schemes than their generous tech. This year’s...

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  • Cobra F-Max Superlite Driver Review

    RRP: £249

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    TG Rating 4 out of 5 0 out of 5

    Cobra Golf's F-Max Superlite Driver features its lighest ever clubhead to provide maximum speed and distance to players with moderate swing speeds.  The COBRA Golf F-MAX Superlite Drivers are re-engineered with a 6-gram lighter clubhead, while...

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  • Titleist TS2 and TS3 Drivers Review

    RRP: £499

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    TG Rating 4 out of 5 0 out of 5

    A two-year mission to design greater speed into every detail of driver technology has led to the introduction of the new Titleist TS drivers The mission – the “Titleist Speed Project,” as it was referenced internally – began with a challenge from...

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  • Srixon Z 785 Driver Review

    RRP: £349

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    TG Rating 5 out of 5 0 out of 5

     RRP: £349 Lofts: 9.5° / 10.5° Stock shaft: Project X HZRDUS Red 65 Adjustable hosel: Yes Loft change: 12 settings (+/- 1°) Available from: 14th September 2018

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  • Lynx Prowler #BB Review

    RRP: £329

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    TG Rating 3 out of 5 0 out of 5

    You need to know: Lynx say the #BB is their most technologically advanced and adjustable driver. Two sole tracks (and two 3g weights) dial in either an enhanced draw or fade shot bias and an adjustable hosel allows you to choose your perfect...

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  • Benross Evolution R Driver Review

    RRP: £199

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    TG Rating 3 out of 5 0 out of 5

    Benross Evolution R Driver Review: You need to know A smaller compact 450cc head gives a sleek player profile and offers workability and forgiveness. A CT Response Channel behind the face helps reduce distance loss for off centre hits. An...

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  • Callaway XR Speed Driver Review

    RRP: £339

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    Callaway XR Speed Driver: Callaway say their new XR Speed Driver has the hottest face they've ever designed that provides better distance and more forgiveness.  Callaway say the new XR Speed driver takes everything they know about driver...

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  • Cobra F-Max Driver Review

    RRP: £229

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    Cobra F-Max Driver Review: You Should Know  Specifically designed for golfers with moderate swing speeds. Back and heel side weighting offers maximum draw bias and higher launching drives for more carry. Lighter shafts and overall weight, plus...

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  • Ping G400 SFT Driver Review

    RRP: £389

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    Ping G400 SFT Driver Review: You need to know SF stands for “Straight Flight”, and it’s specifically designed to help golfers iron out a slice. More mass is positioned towards the heel to help close the face at impact, counter-acting the slice that...

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  • Ping G400 LST Driver Review

    RRP: £389

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    TG Rating 5 out of 5 0 out of 5

    Ping's G400 LST Driver is a low spin model custom-engineered with a tungsten weight, a T9S+ forged face, a combined MOI over 9000 and a deep CG to increase speed and distance while promoting forgiveness and accuracy.   Ping G400 LST...

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  • Mizuno ST180 Driver Review

    RRP: £399

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    TG Rating 5 out of 5 0 out of 5

    The ST180 is the first Mizuno driver to feature Wave sole technology, with the ST180’s Wave sole committing every available gram of weight low and towards the face - dropping spin rates for even the fastest, downward ball-strikers. The Amplified Wave...

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  • Mizuno GT180 Driver Review

    RRP: £449

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    TG Rating 4 out of 5 0 out of 5

    Mizuno have revealed their GT180 Driver - a super adjustable partner to the ST180 series.   Mizuno Golf is now pushing deeper into the creation of metal woods with their new GT180 driver, which Mizuno claim to be a more sophisticated...

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