Today's drivers are large, long and jacked full of new technology. We're here to help you discover the perfect driver so you can launch the ball a mile.

TaylorMade R11S Driver Review

One of these days, we're going to get a club that adjusts from being a driver to a putter and everything in between all in one neat package.

Until that day arrives, consider the TaylorMade R11S Driver, which offers a plethora of face, loft and lie combinations. It has a moveable weight to change the center of gravity, an adjustable sole plate and the  company’s Flight Control Technology that allows settings to be fixed independently.
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Cleveland CG Black Driver Review

Cleveland Golf started 40 years ago making high-end replicas of classic golf clubs. It first ventured into high-tech designs in the 1990s, but players balked at the radical look. Such a reaction seems rather quaint these days. Players are teeing it up with clubs that look straight out of a military hardware catalog.

There has been a recent trend toward more traditional looking clubs, but modern technology isn't going away. I can't imagine hitting an old 1-iron. You don't get much help from the old clubs, but they sure looked good, like a link stick is supposed to.
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