The frontrunners to Pings new G20 collection is their driver. Part of a long line of game improving drivers their latest addition follows suit. The technology used in the G20 driver builds on the technology developed to enhance a golfers ability to hit it farther and straighter than it’s predecessor. Also a slightly wider face at address than the former G20 driver but not to the extent of the K15.
This driver is awesome, it has a very hot face, and much more . What was a surprise was the launch angle, definitely has a higher launch than what most drivers have on the market today. We really enjoyed all the new technology enhancements the G20 driver had to offer, it’s definitely worth checking out if you have the chance. A Tour version is also available which is designed for better golfers with higher speeds that will produce lower trajectories.
Drivers offer distance and the fairway wood gives the golfer precision in their shot with a little less distance, this is the main distinction between these clubs. Another difference between them is the length. A Fairway wood is ideal for control, they are designed with a greater loft, which won’t hit them as far but will keep the ball on line. This makes them perfect on holes that have a narrow landscape and either hazards or out of bounds, which you could easily hit into. Most commonly golfers will use a fairway wood in the short grass. A great place to use this them is long approach shots. How to buy the right fairway wood for you? This depends on what type of shots you want to take with the fairway wood. They are a great alternative to not only drivers but to 2,3, and 4 irons. A club with a lower center of gravity makes it easier to get the ball in the air and out of the fairway. The larger the clubhead the larger the sweet spot you have to hit and increase control and distance.
Please see the Fairway Woods category for all the reviews.
Adams Speedline Fast 10 Driver
If you want to improve your distance game with a driver look no further than this club. The club is the third generation of Adams aerodynamic design. Like the name suggests it’s designed to increase speed. The logic they use is that the faster the club the longer the shot. The new aerodynamic features reduce drag in all the stages of a golfers swing. It comes in three different loft degrees 8.5, 9.5 and 10.5 depending on what you’re looking for. There is also a choice of 2 high quality shafts.
The distinction this club has from the other Speedline drivers is that the club head is forged and welded instead of cast. It can be put in the performance enhancing club category. The new technology delivers extra distance to any player who picks up with club. The look is a traditional driver but once you look under the hood of this club you see there is more than meets the eye.
Our testers said it immediately added extra yards to their drive and it was an easy to play with club. To try it out for yourself go to http://www.golfclubs.com