Masters golf mc-z910 driver

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Masters' MC-Z910 Max MOI Golf Driver

The Masters MC-Z910 driver has just featured in our forthcoming 2008 driver test and so we thought we'd give you the lowdown on it before the test comes out on April 30th...

The rectangular shape of the Masters' MC-Z910 Max Golf Driver head is crucial, as it creates the conditions for maximum MOI. This means 'resistance to twisting'; the significance to golf clubs being that the less a golf club twists when it strikes the ball, the straighter the golf shot flies.

The Masters MC-Z910 is also extremely forgiving - the other advantage of this golf club head shape being great forgiveness on off-centre hits. Combine this with a large sweetspot, and it really is one of the most forgiving golf clubs on the market!

You'll get extra yards off the tee, too with the Masters MC-Z910 golf driver. With a 'hot' Ti face to maximise the spring-like effect for explosive power off the face, you should get greater distance as well as accuracy.

Masters has also taken care to only use the best components, fitting the Masters MC-Z910 golf driver with:

Grafalloy ProLaunch Blue shaft, creating the optimum trajectory
Golf Pride multi-compound grips for excellent all-weather control, feel and responsiveness.