5 of the very best drivers to give you more distance off the tee

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One of the most sought-after feelings in golf is absolutely drilling a long drive, and for some of us, making the fairway is just a bonus.

If you’re looking for distance above all else from the tee, there are plenty of drivers to consider adding to your bag.

Here, we run down five of the best drivers to give you great distance off the tee.

Callaway Rogue ST Triple Diamond LS

If you are a good to very good golfer looking to maximise their game off the tee then Callaway’s Rogue ST Triple Diamond LS is your club.

A reduced spin option for maximum distance, this club might be a lot of fun for all, but as far as game improvement goes, it isn’t the most forgiving thing you can slot into your bag.

The club is designed to help accurate drivers who generate good club speed hit longer.

TaylorMade Stealth +

If you’re someone who has a gentler swing or technical or physical issues that prevent you from maxing out our club speed, the TaylorMade Stealth + could unlock greater fairway distance for you.

The Asymmetric Inertia Generator generates superior aerodynamics at the swing’s most important phase –  just before impact. This innovative design boosts clubhead speeds while also allowing for more weight to be placed at the back of the club to promote greater MOI, better launch, and improved forgiveness.

The 60X Carbon Twist Face is something TaylorMade tout as their gamechanger when it comes to MOI.

Cobra LTDx LS

Cobra have hit on a great balance between game improvement features and getting great distance off the tee.

The PWR-COR Technology of the LTDx LS positions a substantial amount of weight low and forward for faster ball speed with reduced spin.

Cobra have embraced the use of AI to create a face with multiple zones with perfected thicknesses to increase ball speed across a larger area.

Ping G430 LST Driver

The Ping G430 line has three models: the G430 Max, G430 LST, and G430 SFT, all of which continue the brand’s legacy of user-friendly clubs with a great balance between high-performance and game improvement.

The LST option should get you the most distance off the tee but feel free to experiment with whichever one strikes your fancy.

It seems at this stage that Ping have found an answer to the propensity for carbon crowns to pop off at the worst possible time with their Carbonfly Wrap, which is notable because the company haven’t jumped onto the carbon fibre bandwagon given their own work in making titanium that is lighter.

The LST is one of the most forgiving low-spin drivers on the market and even some more average golfers can chance their arm with Ping’s beast.

Titleist TSi 3

Titleist made quite the statement when they released the TSi 3, which is considered the spiritual successor to the iconic 975D.

A great high-end allrounder, this one is, unfortunately, for the better player out to sneak a few extra yards from the competition tees.

Titleist believe that their new face design might assist in producing more centered impact, but the tech is so new that even they aren’t 100 % sure just yet. While it ranks well for carry distance and ball speed, the TSi 3 can be a little bit wild and woolly, which less accomplished players should bear in mind.

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