Best Adjustable Drivers for Personal Customization

Best Adjustable Driver for 2015

Best Adjustable Driver for 2015

It’s about time to upgrade to an adjustable driver. Why wouldn’t you want to customize your club? Featuring movable weights, adjustable hosels and changeable loft and face angles – an adjustable driver can meet your exact specifications.

Best Adjustable Drivers: 3 Top Next Generation Clubs

1. Men’s TaylorMade SLDR Driver

The SLDR delivers on its promise of being a next generation driver. Long and strong, the SLDR has a pleasing dark crown and silver face. The club delivers faster ball speed, lower spin, and much more effective adjustability. Some of its most prominent features are:

  • Lower CG, larger face hot-spot
  • Easy to use 20-gram SLDR weight, fade to draw
  • 12 position loft speed at +/- 15-degrees

2. Callaway® Big Bertha Alpha 815 Driver

The second generation of the Big Bertha Alpha is here. The hallmark of the Alpha 815 is its patented Gravity Core, an innovation in driver adjustability. The Gravity Core raises or lowers the club’s CG to change launch and spin. It also has a sleek and stylish look with a high-dollar vibe. Here are a few of its features:

  • Gravity Core rod, changes CG
  • 2 weights on the sole, creates toe shots that are closer to the sweet spot
  • OptiFit adjustable hosel with 8 easy to change settings

3. COBRA Fly-Z Black Men’s Right handed Driver

The Fly-Z driver is a good all round club that will suit any golfer who wants the ability to move weight for a deeper center of gravity. It’s suitable for seniors, women and beginner golfers. Some of the new additions to the Fly-Z include:

  • Speed Channel, flexes at impact to create a little bit of extra ball speed
  • Forged E9 face, performs well on off-center hits
  • A MyFly8 adjustable hosel, 5 loft options & 3 draw options
  • SmartPad pivoting head

Adjustable drivers won’t fix a bad swing but they can help you move toward lower scores. Ideal for everyone and anyone, you can enjoy fine tuning your club. We think adjustable drivers aren’t a passing fad and are here to stay.

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