START HITTING LONG, STRAIGHT DRIVES!
Wishon 919THI Driver features Graduated Roll Technology
A unique vertical face design that ensures more consistent loft up and down the face. Every large golf company (Taylormade, Ping, Callaway and Titleist) use a 10" to 12" vertical roll radius up and down the club face which means the loft of the metalwoods will be as much as 3-4° lower on the bottom of the face and 3-4° higher on the top of the face. Graduated Roll Technology face design delivers a far more consistent launch angle over the entire club face for much more consistent distance and flight for every type of golfer.
Proper Driver Length
The club length the large "name brand" manufacturers use on their clubs is TOO long for 95% of men golfers and 100% of women golfers. These large companies make drivers that are 45.5" to 46.5" while the average length of a driver used by Tour Professionals is 44.5".
So why is this done? Because, companies advertise that the longer the length is, the longer you will hit the ball. Except it only works when you have smooth tempo, a consistent square swing path, a LATE RELEASE OF YOUR WRIST-COCK ANGLE, good swing timing, balance and rhythm.
If this isn't you, it's not going to work.
The chart below gives a good starting point when considering what length will work best.
The most important numbers are the "Average Dispersion." This means how accurate your tee shots are using the length of driver corresponding to the yards offline. In all examples, the longer driver length is 23 - 26 yards off line. And this is just the average...many times it is 30 - 40 yards offline which means you are in the woods, in the water or across the fence "out-of-bounds." On these shots you will have to dig into your bag for another ball!
Callaway, Taylormade, Ping, Cobra, PXG and Titleist don't tell you that part. And do not try to shorten one of their drivers because it is more involved than just cutting 1 - 2 inches off the grip end of the shaft. If you do that, you will really mess up the club.
Let Condor Golf build a properly fitted custom driver that takes in all of the aspects of how to build the best driver for you.
Accuracy is much more important than distance!
Chart courtesy of 12 Myths That Could Wreck Your Golf Game by Tom Wishon