How to choose the right Drivers
For the beginner, choosing golf drivers is often the first question; there is a growing range of golf drivers on the market. They are often advertised with many terminologies that make it difficult to choose.
When purchasing a driver. These three factors will affect the playability of the driver.
1. The size of the ball head. A larger head will provide more hitting area
2. The loft of the club on the driver. A strong hitter can get away with a lot of just seven degrees.
3. The center of gravity of the club. An essential factor in the ball's flight height is the club's center of gravity.
A club with a low center of gravity helps the ball become airborne, which is suitable
for players with poorer scores. Other clubs have a higher center of gravity, which
gives the ball a more penetrating flight.
Most drivers are made of steel. But many players aim for lighter weight and larger clubheads and opt for more expensive drivers made of titanium.