Im looking to purchase a new driver. nothing too fancy i just need one since the best thing i have in mybag right now is 1 wood. im hoping to spend maybe 50 bucks on either an older model or a used one. what brands/types do you guys to recommend. i mostly a casual player but id like to actually get a driver to play with
I couldn't hit a driver to save my life, but after playing with a buddy I used his driver, I then proceeded to buy this on ebay on my phone during the same round of golf. That is how much I like it. You should be able to get this around 50-80 bucks online. It was made in 2006, but is still a great club. I'm also a casual golfer that plays in some tournaments.
It probably is. I am still rocking the R9 Supertri but the R11 is pretty sweet.
I have the R9 as well and love it. I had the R7 quad before that and I was very leary of getting rid of that. I am very glad I made the switch tho. I haven't noticed a considerable amount of different in distance but I do hit it better overall.
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I've found Cleveland to be a good middle ground between what is affordable and still a quality golf club. I hit a Cleveland HiBore XL for a long time before upgrading to a Titleist 909D2, but I'd imagine you could find a HiBore XL for between $50-75.
I got the Titleist D2, i like a lot because i can hit it straight........but the R11 is probably the longest driver out there.
R11 is the best driver on the market.. if you want to drop $400. My recommendation is the Taylormade Burner Superfast (last years model). It will be the best bang for the buck. Golf Galaxy has it on sale for $150.
I just bought one and added 25-30 yds to my drive. I was using a Cleveland Hi-Bore XL before.
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