What Drives Your Game?

What Drives Your Game?

March 09, 2011

 What Drives Your Game?

 Quite often customers come in the shop seeking the latest technology in Drivers. They have read all the Hype in the usual periodicals, and now they want that "Newest Driver on the Market".
What is significant about today's Drivers is the actual specifications allowed by the USGA and Royal & Ancient Golf Club. Driver heads are restricted to 460 cubic centimeters in size and a Coefficient of Restitution of .830. Driver lengths are restricted to 48". So if these restrictions have been in place for the past few years, how could any company make their Driver go farther?
The one variable that can create more club head speed, or more consistent centering of your impacts, would be the"Shaft". Technology in shaft construction continues to produce better grades of graphite with remarkably different characteristics or shaft profiles. Unfortunately, one shaft profile does not fit all players. So temper the "Hype" about the newest drivers, and find out which Shaft Profile allows you to Optimize your Distance and Accuracy.
Visit Spargo Golf for the Latest in Launch Monitor Technology, the latest in Shaft Technology, and ultimate in Custom Fitting to take your game to the next level.

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