Drivers Sneak Peak for 2009

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They are large, forgiving and full of technology. If you are looking for a new driver there is a lot to choose from. Almost all of the major manufacturers will be offering a newly tuned, freshly designed, amped up driver for 2009. With the big stakes on the table the competition is great for consumers. Lets take a sneak peak at the new big dogs you will see on the shelves soon.
 
New Nike STR8 Dymo fit Round and the Dymo2 Square
 
More Pics and discussions here
 

 
New Callaway FT-iQ
 
Hyperbolic Face Technology in a Titanium Face Cup for more ball speed robustness. The longest driver Callaway ever developed. CG position between FT-I and FT-I Low CG. External weighting accounts for over 15% of the total club mass.
 
More Pics and discussions here
 

 
New Callaway FT-9
 
Hyperbolic Face Technology in a Titanium Face Cup for ball speed robustness. Sleeker body shape moves weight further back. Draw and Neutral cg positions. Longer than FT-5, More forgiving than FT-i
 
More Pics and discussions here
 

 
New Titleist D2 and D3 Drivers
 
D2 is a full pear profile, 460cc, high performance titanium driver that produces mid launch with low to mid spin.
 
D3 is a classic pear profile, deep face, 440cc, high performance titanium driver that produces mid launch with low spin.
 

 
Ping Rapture V2 Driver- The mass properties of tungsten and titanium are optimized in the Rapture V2 Driver to create a high launching, lower spinning driver that delivers the performance expected from a multi-metal design. The visible, dense tungsten weight pads in the back of the lightweight titanium head expand the perimeter weighting and position the center-of-gravity low and away from the face.
 
More Pics of the new Ping V2
 

 
TaylorMade New Burner- Next generation Dual Crown Technology incorporates a dual crown and large powerbase to lower CG in the clubhead, and promote high launch and low spin for more distance.
 

 
TaylorMade R7 Limited- Movable Weight Technology with three ports promotes changes in trajectory up to 35 yards from right-to-left or left-to-right for optimized shot shape and distance.
 


Bridgestonecoming out with a new Driver? Here is a spy pic of a prototype being tested out on tour called X-Drive