Can the BEST DRIVERS of the past 5 YEARS outperform NEW CLUBS?!

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I picked the best golf drivers of the past 10 years and put them up against their modern replacements with shocking results!

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Peter Finch Golf says:

Changed the title to “Best drivers of the past 5 years” Rather than best of 10, only a small thing and these are still my faves from the past decade, but fits a little better 👍

SouthernPatriot says:

Drivers have been maxed out for some time now. Manufacturers are now hyping up putters. We are seeing the latest and greatest putter "technology" now. Carbon, milled, weights, etc. There will always be something new, but not better.

Thomas Redden says:

I think the biggest take away from this should be that if your clubs are sub 10 years old and actually fit you, then stop looking to equipment to fix problems in your game. So many people I play with have a new driver or 60 degree wedge every 6 months thinking this “new technology” will be the solution to their game. The issue is your scuffed swing and refusal to teach yourself proper technique or take lessons, not that your driver is from last year.

gregorio c says:

Thank you for the review. You saved me some money. I was planning to purchase the Sim 2 Max. I guess my M1 driver is just as good . Thanks again

Chaplin says:

10:17 That was weird you see the tee fly off but the tee is still there. Like there were 2 tees or something

todesto says:

Sounds like there is not much difference between 5year old and new. but what about older club? I have Titleist 910 D2 and I wonder if there would be advantage investing $500+ driver.

LabGorilla says:

Just bought a ts3 for £45 . Looking forward to getting some range time to test it.

Will Macdonald says:

im got a 2017 m1 3 wood and i absolutley love it. It still suprises me how far it goes sometimes.

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Kyle Millard says:

I got the Callaway XR when it came out and I still use it and love that thing.

Mark O'Driscoll says:

Still rocking the Taylormade R15 , tried multiple drivers over the past few years but the R15 produces the best numbers for me, havn't tried the stealth yet maybe that will be the one….or maybe it wont.

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