Top Drivers of 2014
Top Drivers of 2014
We have put together a collection of the 2014 Drivers that everyone is talking about.
This list is of some of the greatest Drivers in golf today. If we list something first it does not really mean it’s the best as our list is in alphabetical order. When it comes to golf clubs as many of you know a lot has to be said for personal preference and feel of the club. So, without any further wait here are some serious distance drivers of 2014.
We will be updating this article as we get reviews completed. (Updated 3/3/2014)
Adams – XTD
Slots are the new thing in golf clubs and this driver has 3 of them. The three slots (sole, crown, and toe) are designed to improve the way the face flex is on the perimeter for better ball speed on off-center hits. For a full review check out the Real Golf Talk Adams XTD Review.
Callaway – Big Bertha
This club sports eight settings on the adjustable hosel that independently changes loft and lie angle. There is also a sliding eight-gram weight in the back to promote either a fade or draw on your shot. For a full review check out the Real Golf Talk Callaway Big Bertha Review.
Callaway – Big Bertha Alpha
The Big Bertha Alpha features a third adjustable element that allows the center of gravity to be raised or lowered with its movable heel and toe weights weighing in at one, three, five, and seven grams. It also has the adjustability of the Big Bertha. For a full review check out the Real Golf Talk Callaway Big Bertha Alpha Review.
Callaway – X2 Hot
The Callaway X2 Hot features a redesigned variable-thickness face that is lighter than the X Hot line from 2013. The lighter weight allows the face to be larger which increases the consistency of the ball speed compared to the 2013 model. For a full review check out the Real Golf Talk Callaway X2 Hot Review.
Cobra – Bio Cell
This is a great adjustable driver by Cobra. The Bio Cell features an adjustable hosel that has eight settings over three degrees of loft. With a variable-thickness face and a waffle pattern on the rear of the crown this club is lighter than previous Cobra drivers. For a full review check out the Real Golf Talk Cobra Bio Cell Review.
Mizuno – JPX-EZ
The JPX by Mizuno has been designed to make it easier for average players to launch the ball higher and with less spin. An adjustable driver with eight settings across three degrees of loft to really be able to dial a golfers swing in. For a full review check out the Real Golf Talk Mizuno JPX review.
Nike VRS Covert 2.0
The designers at Nike strengthened the sole-cavity’s internal frame to reduce energy loss. The Covert 2.0 also features a larger face than previous models for increased stability on off-center hits. For a full review check out the Real Golf Talk Nike VRS Covert 2.0 Review.
Ping – G25
The Ping G25 has the highest MOI and lowest CG of any Ping driver. The G25 was designed to launch high, and to deliver a heavier mass without reducing your club head speed with its high balance point shaft. For a full review check out the Real Golf Talk Ping G25 Review.
Ping – I25
The Ping I25 features a titanium face and body along with two tungsten weights on the perimeter of the sole to lower the CG and increase forgiveness. The crown stripe is meant to help golfers line up to their target at address. For a full review check out the Real Golf Talk Ping I25 Review.
Taylormade – JetSpeed
The Taylormade JetSpeed has a slot in the sole that is designed to reduce spin and improve ball speed for impacts low on the face of the club. It also sports a longer (46”)and lighter (50 grams)shaft than most of the Taylormade drivers. For a full review check out the Real Golf Talk Taylormade JetSpeed Review.
Taylormade – SLDR
The SLDR or slider as we call it is built on the idea that placing the CG more forward and low yields better energy transfer into the ball along with less spin. There is also a 20 gram sliding weight in the sole which changes the CG to any of the 21 points between the draw and fade position. For a full review check out the Real Golf Talk Taylormade SLDR Review.
Titleist – 913 D2
The Titleist 913 D2 has a lighter and thinner face than the 910 model which should help more consistent ball speed on mis-hits. The 913 D2 set at neutral settings still has a bit of a draw bias than the 913 D3 for instance which is more of a “workable” driver. For a full review check out the Real Golf Talk Titleist 913 D2 Review.
Hope you find what you are looking for in one of these top Drivers of 2014. Let RealGolfTalk know what you think of these fairway woods in the comments section below.