The BEST Driver In Golf Right Now… CHEAPER THAN MOST?

The BEST Driver In Golf Right Now… CHEAPER THAN MOST? When testing which driver is the best driver of 2023 often you may want to think about what is the longest driver of 2023? the most forgiving driver of 2023? and even the best budget driver of 2023…. the best budget golf clubs could come from all locations, the best golf clubs on eBay, the best costco golf clubs, the best Facebook market place golf clubs and even the best gumtree golf clubs. With releases such as the TaylorMade Stealth 2 driver, the Callaway Paradym driver, the Cobra Aerojet driver, Ping G430 driver and even the new pig driver… what if I told you none of these are the best driver of 2023? the best golf clubs of 2023 could well be this…

25 thoughts on “The BEST Driver In Golf Right Now… CHEAPER THAN MOST?

  1. I have a Ping G30 which i bought new. I would like to see a carbon faced driver in 15 years with continual use. Not all of us can afford new drivers (clubs) every year. Cheers from South Africa.

  2. I was in the market for a new driver and tried all the "big" brands, went to the Wilson factory for a fitting and plumped for the titanium. Perfoms fantastically well and doesn't get out shone from any other brand. So glad i gave them a try

  3. You should test the pxg drivers, such as 0211 is on sale 199 and regular price is still 200 less than the dynapower carbon. The gen 6 is the same price.

  4. I truly like the simplicity of the Wilson over the flash of the Taylormade. I believe I would be team Wilson all day long this year…even their irons are very nice also.

  5. IMHO the Wilson Cortex Driver from 3-4 years ago is the better of the two Wilson Clubs. Designed something like the Taylormade M1 with two adjustable weights, an adjustable slide weight and adjustable hosel/loft. Has a carbon crown too, and it's beautiful clubhead! Can still get them for around $200 USD or less, makes them worth looking into (I have one…..).

  6. I hit some of the most expensive drivers for a fitting and then got a Cobra Aerojet LS in my hands. The confidence I had with the driver was amazing and I was getting 15-20 additional carry out of it over everything. With bad golfers like myself, the confidence of hitting a club is a big deal and for some reason the Cobra just felt perfect.

    Unfortunately Wilson is not carried at any of my local fitting facilities or I would have tried the driver. I still use the Wilson Ci9 irons that are over 10 years old. I want to get the Wilson D9 forged irons as an upgrade, but I can't test them out anywhere.

  7. If it's a driver that a person wants to test and they get on with it, that hundred quid could be a couple of green fees, a couple of lessons, a bunch of balls, whatever you like really.

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