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 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 2014 Drivers Test to discover which drivers won our awards! We put over 20 models, including the Ping G25 Driver and the TaylorMade SLDR Driver, through their paces. 

  • Srixon Z765 Driver Review

    RRP: £325

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    The Srixon Z 765 Driver delivers the brands most advanced driver to date in terms of innovation and performance.  the most advanced innovation and best performance Srixon has ever made. It's aimed to deliver a powerful, accurate launch for those...

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  • Callaway Big Bertha Fusion Driver Review

    RRP: £369

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    Tech: Callaway’s most forgiving driver ever. A triaxial carbon crown is fused with a lightweight titanium Exo-Cage body to free up 34g of weight which is located low and deep to raise forgiveness and stability. The option of a 1” shorter shaft boosts...

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  • Benross HTX Compressor Driver Review

    RRP: £149

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    Tech: An improved Compressor Response Channel in the sole improves ball speeds across the entire club face to help maximise carry distance. Benross are committed to using quality components so the Kuro Kage shaft and Lamkin grip are similar to what...

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  • Yonex EZONE Elite Driver Review

    RRP: £199

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    Tech: Yonex’s engineers have come up with an octaforce pattern to remove extra weight from the crown and top of the face, which means more weight to locate to influence forgiveness, spin and launch. A lightweight carbon crown means a deep CG and...

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  • Wilson Staff D300 Driver Review

    RRP: £279

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    Wilson Staff D300 Driver: You need to know The lightest adjustable driver on the market say Wilson, the theory being you swing faster with the same amount of effort. Micro-vortex generators on the crown improve aerodynamics and reduce drag to wring...

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  • Cobra King F7 Driver Review

    RRP: £279

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    The Cobra King F7 Driver is the world's first connect golf club - and is a seriously good driver irrespective of price BUY NOW Cobra King F7 Driver: Tech The F7 is the world’s first “connected golf club” say Cobra. A shot tracking sensor in the grip...

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  • Callaway GBB Epic Sub-Zero Driver Review

    RRP: £469

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    BUY NOW Callaway GBB Epic Sub Zero Driver Review: Tech Jailbreak technology sees two titanium rods connect the crown to the sole behind the face which Callaway say stiffens up the head for faster ball speeds. An exo-cage body structure is paired with...

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  • Callaway Great Big Bertha Epic Driver Review

    RRP: £469

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    BUY NOW Callaway GBB Epic Driver: Tech Jailbreak technology sees two titanium rods connect the crown to the sole behind the face which Callaway say stiffens up the head for faster ball speeds. An exo-cage body structure is paired with the companies...

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  • Mizuno JPX 900 Driver Review

    RRP: £399

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    BUY NOW MIZUNO JPX 900 DRIVER: TECH Mizuno reckon optimising driver launch angles and spin rates can make the difference or 20 or 30 yards. So they’ve created their most adjustable driver ever, to allow you to dial in spin rates and launch angles...

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  • Titleist 917 D2 Driver Review

    RRP: £450

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    Titleist 917 D2 Driver Review: You Should Know Titleist's first adjustable CG driver. A SureFit weight cartridge can be ipped to allow the CG to be moved from toe to heel and back to forward. An improved Active Recoil Channel in the sole engages...

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  • Yonex EZONE Tri-G Review

    RRP: £399

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    The Tech: Yonex’s Concentric Weighting System positions 2 x 2g weights and a 12g weight along the typical club path allowing golfers to tune spin and optimise launch for their own game. A carbon crown reduces mass above the centre of gravity while an...

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  • Titleist 915 D2 Review

    RRP: £379

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    The Tech: Maximum distance and forgiveness say Titleist with the D2. There’s a pear shaped profile to inspire confidence, an active recoil channel to maximise flex at impact and a speed face that maintains ball speed even when you don’t hit the...

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  • Tour Edge Exotics EX9 Review

    RRP: £250

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    Tech: The EX9 is a draw-enhancing driver, that’s been designed to deliver high flighted forgiving drives. Hexagonal various face thickness increases ball speeds particularly in the toe and heel areas for consistent maximum distance. A 14g heel weight...

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  • Nike Vapor Fly Pro Review

    RRP: £300

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    Tech: Designed with a tour preferred pear shape head. An extremely thin and lightweight crown moves weight lower for a higher launch and less spin to maximise carry distance. The covert cavity back spreads weight to the heel and toe for maximum...

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  • Cobra King F6 + Driver Review

    RRP: £299

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    Tech: The most adjustable driver Cobra have ever made. A carbon fiber crown and weight track mean you get an 18g weight in the sole which can be positioned to tune the centre of gravity to your own game. A Speed Channel around the face and a variable...

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  • Ping G LS Tec Driver Review

    RRP: £349

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    BUY NOW Tech: All the same aerodynamic engineering tech as the standard G driver, with a centre of gravity that’s slightly further forward to lower spin for harder hitters. A slightly heavier swingweight and the Tour 65 shaft will suit golfers...

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  • Benross HTX Type R Review

    RRP: £179

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    Tech: The Type R’s thin crown and forward CG weight in the sole mean its capable of delivering a lower more penetrating ball flight say Benross. A CT Response Channel in the sole maximises face flex at impact to improve ball speeds and a Kuro Kage...

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  • Benross HTX Review

    RRP: £129

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    Tech: A low and back CG weight maximises MOI and optimises launch angle for increased carry distance in the HTX say Benross. There’s also a CT Response channel in the sole to improve ball speeds across the face and a Kuro Kage Black shaft comes as...

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  • Yonex EZONE Z-Force Review

    RRP: £179

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    Tech: The Z-Force’s titanium crown is thinned to 0.5mm in areas to remove inefficient weight from above the ball. This mass is repositioned lower and deeper to optimise MOI and forgiveness. An adjustable hosel allows you to dial in loft to suit your...

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  • Nike Vapor Fly Review

    RRP: £249

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    Tech: Nike’s cavity back design spreads weight to the toe and heel for increased forgiveness. Flybeam technology and internal strengthening creates a more stable head while a deeper and thinner compression channel means more of the head is engaged in...

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