World's longest golf driver!?

In this video PGA Golf Professional Rick Shiels puts ‘The World’s LONGEST driver’ to the test.

The Hammer X driver claims to be the longest golf driver in the world! Longer than the Titleist TS2, TaylorMade Golf SIM, Ping G410, Callaway Mavrik, Cobra SpeedZone and every other golf driver ever made!

Will Rick Shiels hit the Hammer X golf driver 400 yards? Will this driver be the answer to longer, straighter drivers? Watch until the end to find out.


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15 thoughts on “World's longest golf driver!?

  1. Saying anyone can hit it 400 yards is like a company that makes baseballs claiming anyone can throw it 100 mph. Jack Ham might be able to actually hit it 400 yards because he can actually smash it that far but give him a standard driver and he probably still hits it further. It clearly wasn’t as accurate either, every shot was offline compared to your regular driver. I doubt it would last long, that shaft probably breaks in half after a couple hundred swings.

  2. after watching the jack hamm review of your video , he turned his replies off . jack would have been much better off to keep his mouth shut . rick did a first class job on the review . most of what jack said was pure BS . i will pick the worse . and this is that a driver has to have a lot of mass . then jack misquoted the math equation . the real equation is kinetic energy = 1/2 mass x velocity squared . what this means is mass is almost irrelevant . it is the velocity that adds the kinetic energy . the number is squared . thus drivers are made very light so they can be swung much faster . that is the most important part of the equation . even if i had not seen ricks video first , i would have laughed this driver off , jack needs to really removed his response to rick's review . THANKS RICK .. your reviews are great

  3. As an avid golfer, I have always been on the lookout for equipment that can help me gain that extra edge on the course. So when I heard about the Hammer X Driver and its incredible claims of adding massive yardage to my drives, I was intrigued but skeptical. However, after giving it a try, I can confidently say that the Hammer X Driver lives up to its reputation and has revolutionized my game.

    The first thing that struck me about the Hammer X Driver is its sleek design and attention to detail. The club's cutting-edge technology, combined with the influence of Jack "the Hammer" Hamm's swing technique, truly sets it apart from traditional drivers. The moment I held it in my hands, I could feel the power waiting to be unleashed.

    When it comes to distance, the Hammer X Driver is unparalleled. Previously, I struggled to hit the ball over 300 yards off the tee, but with this club, I consistently find myself launching drives well beyond the 500-yard mark. It's simply mind-boggling! The innovative design and unique weighting system in the clubhead create an explosive impact, maximizing the transfer of energy to the ball and propelling it with unparalleled velocity and distance.

    What makes the Hammer X Driver even more remarkable is its forgiveness. Even on off-center hits, the club's sweet spot seems to have an uncanny ability to correct my swing and still send the ball soaring down the fairway. This forgiveness has significantly reduced my slice and provided a newfound confidence in my drives.

    Jack "the Hammer" Hamm's swing technique, which is incorporated into the Hammer X Driver's design, has undoubtedly played a crucial role in enhancing my performance. By employing the proper weight transfer and utilizing the club's unique features, I've noticed a significant improvement in both my accuracy and power. This club has truly helped me achieve my maximum potential on the golf course.

    While I must admit that claiming nobody can beat me in golf due to the Hammer X Driver would be an exaggeration, there's no denying the tremendous advantage it provides. PGA pros might not adopt the Hammer X Driver right away, as they have their own preferences and equipment sponsors. However, it wouldn't be surprising to see golfers adopting elements from Jack Hamm's swing technique and the technology behind the Hammer X Driver in the future.

    In conclusion, the Hammer X Driver is a game-changer in the world of golf. Its ability to deliver astonishing distance and forgiveness, coupled with the influence of Jack "the Hammer" Hamm's swing technique, makes it a force to be reckoned with. If you're seeking to unleash your potential off the tee and take your game to new heights, the Hammer X Driver is an investment worth making.

  4. Not scientific, because you failed to do a direct comparison to your own setup, re; tee height. For weekenders likely to buy this, they generally will improve with a higher tee, for any driver, but that might not apply to your standard swing setup.

  5. I just watched this again at my mrs account, but remember seen it before.

    Intrestingly, the F9 numbers that were shown was a shock to me, 112.4 club head and only 160 ball speed.

    That sounds like poor smash factor to me, SF only 1.42. The ball initial velocity should be at least 163 if not 165 mph to be struck properly with such an effort.

  6. I wonder how the original Hammer stands up? Those commercials always cracked me up. I always wondered why if the driver is so amazing, every manufacturer wasn't trying to use its design elements. Perhaps you do need to tee it a little bit lower like matching the equator of the ball to that line to get the most out of it, but yeah… I don't see why this club gets the hype. It looks ridiculous and clearly isn't as amazing as it claims. The infomercials back in the day were so awesome though. lol. That dude screaming "Boom!" and hitting balls off of cliff sides… haha.

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