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    Pro Tip: These Are the 5 Best Drivers to Utry Now!

     
    Updated: Sep 23, 2020
    Pro Tip 16 Utry New Drivers

    If you’re cooped up indoors, you might still have access either to a hitting net or, better yet, a driving range. Why not take this time to try out some drivers? How? With Utry® .

    How often do you get to compare current generation drivers with their predecessors? Probably not very often, and certainly never from the comfort of your own home.

    Now is the perfect time to try out drivers before courses reopen and it’s a mad dash to your league night. In these uncertain times, GlobalGolf offers the industry’s best try before you buy program where you can try when, where and how you want, Utry® . Not only does this program offer users the ability to try clubs in the comfort of their own homes or ranges, but GlobalGolf has increased our safety precautions around the shipping and handling of clubs.Consider trying these clubs today!

    Cobra F9 Speedback

    Cobra F9 Speedback Driver

    Cobra F9 Speedback Driver

    At the end of 2018, Cobra introduced the F9 SpeedBack driver to the market for the 2019 golf season. Its primary goal was to create a driver that was aerodynamic with a true center of gravity (CG) that was low (near the sole of the club) and back (away from the clubface).

    One way they achieved that in the Cobra F9 driver is the CNC-milled face, which allows for tighter tolerances of face thickness in order to maximize ball speed. Cobra’s CNC face milling is an industry-leading technology that took two and a half years to perfect. Now you can try it at a greatly reduced cost.

    Cobra Speedzone

    Cobra King SpeedZone Driver

    Cobra SpeedZone Driver

    The Cobra SpeedZone driver builds on many of the great features from the F9 Speedback and puts them into a traditional shaped driver with front to back center of gravity (CG) adjustability and is perfect for those players who like to work the ball while fine tuning launch angles and spin rates without sacrificing forgiveness. Best of all, you can try the SpeedZone and/or the SpeedZone Extreme via Utry®.

    Callaway Mavrik

    Callaway Mavrik Driver

    Callaway Mavrik Driver

    Also new for 2020 is the Callaway Mavrik line of three driver variants with updated Flash Face SS20 technology which helps expand the sweet spot and more consistent performance on all your drives. A key upgrade from the previous model is also the attention Callaway paid to the sound at impact. It’s now a much more satisfying, deeper ‘thunk’ sound. Now you can compare it to the other on this list via Utry®.

    Callaway Epic Flash

    Callaway Epic Flash Driver

    Callaway Epic Flash Driver

    The first driver to feature Callaway’s “flash face” technology was the Epic Flash driver. The face was modeled via artificial intelligence and features unique, internal mapping consisting of dozens of subtle ripples across the face to make the face ‘hotter’ and expand the sweet spot. With the sliding 16-gram weight at the back and bottom of the sole, golfers have the ability to easily promote draws, fades or a straighter flight. A great performing driver that can now be had for a great value. Give it a try next to the Mavrik through Utry®.

    TaylorMade M5 and M6

    Next, in the TaylorMade M5 and M6 drivers, TaylorMade kept the same face technology as the M3 and M4 but built them to exceed the “characteristic time” (CT) limit - which measures the spring-like effect off the driver face - then dialed the drivers back as close to the CT tolerance as possible. By injecting a resin near the toe and heel of the driver through two ports that are then covered with eye-catching red screws, the faces are ‘hotter’ than ever.

    TaylorMade M5 & M6 Driver

    TaylorMade M6 & M6 Driver

    The TaylorMade M5 driver is the hyper-adjustable version of the clubhead. It comes in both an oversize (460cc) and Tour (435cc) size. Two 10g moveable weights along the inverse T-Track can be positioned to promote draws and fades and alter launch conditions to higher or lower.

    As for the TaylorMade M6 driver, at address it appears identical to the M5 driver. However, TaylorMade moved a lot of weight as far back as and as low as possible, like the Cobra F9 SpeedBack driver. For this reason, the TaylorMade M6 launches higher than its M5 sibling.

    TaylorMade SIM

    TaylorMade SIM Driver

    TaylorMade SIM Driver

    All new for 2020 is the TaylorMade SIM with its very distinctive sole profile. Deemed the ‘Aerodynamic Asymmetric’ sole and ‘Inertia Generator’ these design elements are there to provide faster clubhead speed for higher ball speeds and distance while the rear weight creates high moment of inertia (MOI) for improved forgiveness. With three variants, there’s probably a SIM that will fit and improve your game.

    Check one or all of them out today and try them side-by-side!