For over 10 years we have been developing and refining the art of golf driver design. We were born in the Sport of Long Drive out of our passion to smash golf balls as far as possible, but have grown to fully understand what makes a golf driver perform at all swing speeds. Our biggest obstacle for over 12 years has been building the awareness that Krank Golf® Drivers are not just for Long Drive Golfers. We design all our drivers for every golfer at any swing speed. Krank Golf® sells 95 percent of our golf drivers to regular golfers and only 5 percent of our golf driver sales are to Long Drive Golfers. Krank Golf® has sold over 100,000 golf drivers worldwide.
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I started looking for a new driver. I have gamed an old firesole from TM and then moved on to Titleist. They had some great offerings from the 975D and one of my favorites the 975J. I'm now running with a 909D3 now and have looked at the newer Titleist stuff. I was just unimpressed with it. So I got a wild hair and started looking at everything I could find on drivers. Krank golf popped up and as a company I found them very interesting. My question is does anyone have any experience using there products and if so what are your thoughts.
On May 31st I am planning on going to UTE Creek golf course where there is going to be a demo day. I am looking to buy a new set of golf clubs, but I am not sure what brand to buy. I am still using my Taylor Made bubble shaft driver & 5 metal.
The sldr is being released in South Africa on the 13th. I find it strange that a guy can quote the most intricate of statistics and still be a 20 handicap. If you want it buy it, go out and enjoy the game and stop whining like a bunch of old ladies. We play golf throughout the year as our weather allows it so it must be the sittin g indoors for months and months with nothing better to do than study every single statistic known to man en every single driver. Get a life. I am an 18 handicapper and hit the ball less than 300 but still have a great time everytime. FYI I play with 4 year old TM products. Keep well in the US OF A and keep it on the fairway, with whatever club you are playing with
Hi Bud,all I meant is that we play golf for the enjoyment of the game, being out with buddies and really only buy clubs that we can afford. Most of my mates are also mid to high handicappers and do not seem to analize every new driver that lands on the shelves as much as some of you guys seem to do. The SDLR has just landed here and is selling for around US 500 much more than most of us can spend on one club only. Most players here stay with one club for a long time due to the price of clubs. No malice intended. Hope to hear from you soon and keep it on the fairway.
TM (the world wide leader in drivers) ought to do something to take the sting out of the fact (and it is a fact) that there is no better way to waste money in golf, than buying new drivers at retail prices.
nice gimmick, like the rest of the stuff they make, and TM are good at it.there is absolutely no engineering in that driver that will allow a golfer to hit a golf ball better.just another way of polishing the turd.
What Taylormade has done with this adjustable weight, is they moved the center of gravity far far far forward, as you can see, and made the sweetspot of this driver slightly below the center. This is extremely preferable for golfers that like to tee the ball low, and have a tendency to hit the ball towards the bottom of the face. As you know, hit the bottom of the driver face creates a gear effect resulting in cut spin.
t, given the context of this article, why would you say that you would not start playing today? A beginner starting out, with the correct advice from his local club pro or club salesman or buddy who plays, should not be advised to labor over a precise decision as to whether to buy one $400 driver over the next. Proper advice for a beginning golfer is to get good used or discounted new equipment. Just about all clubs these days hit the ball far enough if you get down to it. Only discerning golfers, in my opinion, truly take advantage of the latest technology.
All in all, the G430 MAX is a brilliant driver option for a wide audience of golfers. A new, lower-launch Tour 2.0 Black shaft is good for higher-speed players, while a lighter High Launch set-up will optimise ball flight for sub 85mph swing speed players.
Throw in a third-best left-to-right dispersion (33.8 yards), plus a slightly skewed heel sweetspot, and a picture emerges of this being a better performing driver for club golfers than its predecessor, which our data highlighted as a little timid compared to its more powerful Plus sibling. 2b1af7f3a8