Most Tour driver releases are more than a change in the paint job on club. The Taylormade SLDR TP driver is no exception, with some tweaks to the overall system, this club really kills it on the course.
Just because you need a new driver doesn’t mean it has to be a hard decision. If you’re already married to Titleists, there’s nothing better than a 913 — you’ll just have to decide if the D2 or the D3 is right for you.
Too many golf experts ignore the growing number of women on the course — but not us. We know ladies play golf, too — and they enjoy getting great deals on used drivers just like the guys. Here are a few tips on finding those hidden bargains.
Adjustable drivers are great — until you have to figure out how to set them up. It’s not as hard as it looks if you understand what the different settings on your Callaway driver will do for your swing.
Drivers with low spin, fast faces and at least a little forgiveness are what all golfers are looking for. You’ll find everything you need in Titleist 913 D2 driver, it’s a great big gift wrapped in a simple package.
Golf isn’t the sole empire of the men of the world — there are tons of women who enjoy a leisurely day on the course, too. Make sure to put at least one of these drivers in your bag for your next round of golf, you’ll be sure to turn some heads with your distance and control.
It’s been said that golf is a game of inches, but with an adjustable driver like the TaylorMade SLDR, it’s becoming a game of yards. Learn how to adjust your SLDR for optimal ball carry and distance and you’ll lose strokes off your game.
It doesn’t matter how long you’ve had your driver or how much you really love it, fall gear releases are an exciting time. Even if you’re not in the market today, you may decide to upgrade later, so take a gander at what’s just around the bend.
Titleist has ramped up their innovation game with the upcoming 915 family. From drivers to fairways and hybrids, these new clubs promise to be more forgiving and innovative than the clubs that came before.
There’s a lot to know about golf clubs, especially when you’re buying online from vendors like 3balls.com. Understanding club anatomy is important to making the right choices when you’re on the hunt for new gear.