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Optimized for Average to Slow Swing Speeds
Lack of distance. It's a condition that affects senior players and average golfers alike. It can be age related or simply due to an inability to generate high swing speeds. Regardless of the cause short tee shots rob golfers of the opportunity for lower scores. Struggling to reach par 4's in two is frustrating and just no fun. Expensive, off the rack golf drivers pretty much all hit the same and work fine for younger golfers with high swing speeds. But that leaves out virtually every senior player and average golfer whose driver swing speed is somewhere between 65 and 99 mph. Cheaply made gimmick clubs advertised on golf channels sound good but just end up under performing with less distance. So what can actually increase distance for golfers with average swing speeds? A simple combination of engineering principles that, when properly combined, increase speed and distance. What's more ... it actually works.
Science versus Hype & Gimmick
The mechanical advantage of compelling more force for the purpose of increasing speed and distance. Simply put - it is the combination of ultra light aerospace materials together with the science of leverage. As an example a catapult that has a longer arm length will hurl a rock farther. The same reaction occurs with a golf driver but with a stipulation. When you increase the length of a regular driver you also increase the swingweight of the club which places considerable stress on the hands, wrists and arms making the club unwieldy and difficult to swing. But if you have a club head that can easily and readily adjust in weight to accommodate both longer and shorter club lengths then you have a driver that can deliver exactly what a golfer wants. For the longest possible distance gains the club head can be reduced in weight by as much as 20 grams less than standard driver heads to accommodate longer club lengths such as 47” to 48”. This reduction in club head weight allows the club to remain light and easy to swing while significantly increasing club head speed by as much as 10% resulting in considerably longer drives. Or, for golfers who simply need more control or seek pinpoint accuracy, the club head can be increased in weight by as much as 10 grams more than standard for driver lengths as short as 43” – all while maintaining the ideal swingweight for proper feel . But this is just part of the solution.
To achieve peak performance the club head itself must be made with the highest quality materials and manufacturing processes. Instead of a cheaply made forged titanium head (forged heads are made by stamping out plates of titanium and welding them together) these drivers utilize a one piece, precision casting process incorporating the highest grade titanium alloy body and premium aerospace beta titanium hitting surfaces for enhanced energy transfer. Specialized heat and solution treatments optimize hardness, strength and durability and insure quality second to none.
Tested and Proven.
Researched and developed by a golf industry pioneer in 1990's and continually updated with modern advancements the clubs have a proven track record of performance as tested by both machine and golfers worldwide. From the use of state-of-the-art aerospace beta titanium and precision casting to the development of a one-of-a-kind offset hosel the drivers offer unmatched performance for senior golfers, average players and high to low handicaps.
"I'm a senior golfer who has been playing since I was 8 years old. I'm 5'6" 130 lbs and have been using a Taylor Made 9 degree senior flex which I averaged 185 yards and hit 72% of the fairways. My goal was to get 215 yards. So I purchased the Ultra Light 9 degree 48" driver with senior flex. After a month of playing 3 times a week I experimented with the weighting and settled on two 8 gram and one 2 gram with a draw bias. I changed from an NXT to a Callaway Super Soft and now I am averaging 210 yards and 90% of the fairways hit. Nuff said. I bought this figuring it would go to the basement. Instead, the Taylor Made is now down there. I firmly believe that the combination of longer shaft, proper weighting and softer ball went together to solve the problem. Club is a keeper." J.F.
Quality & Results at Wholesale Pricing
High quality does not have to equal high price. Available as component club heads or assembled with your choice of 3 ultra light graphite shafts in stiff, regular, senior and super senior flexes assembled drivers are available at direct wholesale pricing from $199.