The Most FORGIVING Drivers In Golf!

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Peter Finch Golf says:

I should have made this clearer ➡ Callaway also has the Rogue ST Max (the one in this video is the ST Max LS) which they say is their "most forgiving" driver. In testing, I didn't find much difference between the Max LS and the Max except the LS was slightly longer with seemingly no difference in dispersion on off-centre strikes. So I think the ST Max LS is the better for most golfers 👍

Mike the Whizz says:

A hickory driver technically contains more carbon than these

Mike the Whizz says:

The Strata Ultimate driver is ultra forgiving, despite its simple and unassuming design, it's so easy to take a relaxed swing and watch the ball soar at least 180 yards. It's also nice and upright to help that slice off to the right that plagues so many golfers

Trevor Wilson says:

I sprung for the Rogue ST Max LS this year and love the thing. I'm a high handcap and have started finding fairways like crazy. Now, if the club could just cure my yips on forced carries off the tee I'd be all set.

James Robichaud says:

I'd love to try the G 425. I have the SIM 2 Max now. it's good

The idle Mouse says:

Looks like people r getting messages from scammers pretending to be peter finch in the chat offering gifts

Interested Bystander says:

Hi Pete. I've got a random "text ne for a giveaway" type message in reply to a comment. Got to be a scam, no?

KL says:

I play TSi3. Heard TSi2 is more forgiving but it just doesn't suit my eye. I did hit a golf buddy's Rogue. Looked and felt great but was shorter than the TSi3 by 15 yds. TSr3 or 4 in the fall is my next demo.

Casey Gregori says:

Didn't you do this 5 months ago? No new driver has come out since then

Interested Bystander says:

Knew it had to be a Cally. I've heard good things about the Cobra F9 as well.

Tyler Palmer says:

I'm now playing the LTDx LS and I find it to be very forgiving. It is very long even on off-center strikes. I'm so happy with it. My miss with it is now just a light fade. My old Nike was a consistent left miss with the odd snap hook. Square up the LTDx and it is dead straight and super penetrating. Love it. It also launches impressively, even dialed down to 8 degrees.

Just Golf Swing says:

Best unbiased vid, I like

Riley95 says:

Rogue max LS doesnt have a nice dink sound but if its gonna reduce the swazz on the slice 👀

Captain Nemo says:

I like the TM M6 a lot. I have it at 7 degrees loft which makes it a bit more twitchy, but its still very forgiving

Aaron says:

I am an amateur golfer and I went to a Calaway fitting and the Rogue Max was magic. It changed my game. Just switching to 9 degree loft from 10.5 added 30+ yards to my drive. I just could not believe how well I was hitting it. I went to a scramble last week and drove over 300+ yards on a par 5 and shocked everyone (including myself). (I am over 50 with a bad back.) This was in a beginner scramble league and I have only been playing less than a year. I started last fall. I love this video because someone as well known and respected as you to confirm what I found to be true for me as a beginner makes the $549 price tag easier to swallow. I told myself I was not going to buy any new clubs until I learned to get better at golf but I couldn't sleep for 3 days until went out and bought it. (It improved my game that much.)

Brian Johnson says:

Tested the Ping G425 Max at a club fitters; it did no better then my G410 Plus (with an after-market fitted shaft).

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