Is a new Hi-Tech
Driver is the answer...
If you want
to add a few extra yards to your already
consistently straight Drives, Hi-Tech may be the answer.
your Drives are not already
consistently straight you'll
add a few yards alright... And
you'll wind up a few yards deeper in the woods.
The less loft a
club has, the harder it is to hit.
The more loft
a club has, the easier it is to hit.
Look for a balance between distance
and accuracy... but always choose accuracy over
distance. A 150 yard drive in the fairway is better than a 250 yard drive in
the woods. When the Pros need accuracy off the
Tee, they'll back up and hit a #3 Wood... or even an iron. They know...
The more lofted the club, the more accurate the shot.
If you can't hit a 9º Steel Driver straight...
you probably can't hit a Titanium
9º straight either. So back up to a #3 Wood... or a #5 Wood... or a #7 Wood...
Whichever club you
consistently land in the fairway is your best Driver.