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Excellent driving clubs designed to help players who struggle with a fade, push or slice. This "draw biased" driver allows players to make their normal swing and hit the ball straighter and longer off the tee.
Draw Biased vs. Closed Faced
One should not confuse the difference between a closed face angle and a draw bias clubhead. Face angle is the direction the face points relative to the target. Yes, a closed face club can help start the ball far enough left (RH golfer) to correct for when the ball fades or slices. This of course assumes that the player does not compensate and open up the face at address to make it look square.
Draw bias has to deal with creating a draw spin or at least encouraging the ball to produce a draw ball flight. Where a golf ball ultimately lands is caused by a few factors such as how open or closed the face is at impact and the swing path of the golfer. Normally when a golf ball impacts the center of the face a draw is created by an inside/out path. For example a 2° inside/out path with a 1° closed face angle would create draw spin. But with a draw biased club it is possible to create a draw spin with a center impact and a square face angle and straight path toward the target line. The latter would normally produce a straight ball flight only. If you struggle with a slice, this is the driver for you.
Free Club Cover
Vintage style headcovers are constructed from foam-backed polyurethane, which looks like leather and provides maximum protection.