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The ‘Big Stick’ – everyone loves ‘gripping it and ripping it’ and there is little more satisfying a feeling, not just in golf, but life in general, than creaming a drive straight down the middle of the fairway.
But, you need to make sure you get the right one for you.
There are a few things to consider when picking the right second hand driver. Length, loft, adjustability, flex, swing weight & grip all need considering to optimise your yardage off the tee and find as many fairways as possible. Here’s our guide to help you with your decision:
Most manufacturers in recent years have settled on 45” or 45.5” for Men’s drivers and 43” or 43.5” for ladies.
For the vast majority this general rule will be ok, but if you are exceptionally tall or small you may find this does not sit comfortably with you. Having a driver cut down is relatively straightforward and most pro-shops will be able to do this for you if required.
Interestingly the majority of drivers played on the PGA tour were between 44.5” & 45.5” inches.
Loft is another aspect that very few amateurs pay much attention to, but they should.
Most drivers come from factories with 10.5” lofted heads and again (as with length) this is done to suit the vast majority of ‘average joe’ golfers. In our experience, this is right for most people and lots of modern clubs have a loft adjustable sleeve so you can tweak the driver a few degrees either way if you start hitting the ball too high or low.
However, knowing if you hit the ball particularly high or low may mean a 12” or 9” lofted head is best for you respectively.
In many people’s eyes the most important factor when buying a golf club is getting the right shaft. This means the correct flex and weight. Starting with flex, it’s important to match up with your individual swing speed to make sure you deliver the club face back to the ball at the correct time, creating that little bit of extra ‘whip’ will only help you hit it further.
The general rule of thumb is that swing speeds under 75mph will suit Senior (often called A-flex) & Ladies flex shafts. Over 75mph and up to 90mph will be best fitted to regular. Over 90mph suits stiff flex and over 110mph would be X-stiff flex.
Aswell as shaft flex the actual weight of the shaft can also be a big factor when maximising consistency and distance. Understanding if you prefer a light shaft, that you feel you can swing really hard or a heavier shaft, where you can feel the head position during the swing is a very personal feeling but, in our experience, can make a big difference to results.
Probably the least important factor, due to the ease and relative expense of changing, is the type of grip. We have however, seen significant improvements in distance and accuracy by changing a standard grip to midsize or jumbo and vice versa depending on the individual golfer’s preference and hand size. Whilst this would not be a sole reason for buying a driver if two similar drivers had one particular grip that suited you it could help decide.
If you’re unsure about which driver would be best for you, then just get in touch on 0330 128 9899 and our team of golf experts will be happy to help.