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While Callaway has long had a reputation for designing some of the best drivers in the game, the Epic family of drivers have received rave reviews from the best players in the game and hackers alike.
The family includes the Epic Max, Max LS, and Speed drivers. All were constructed with AI to be the most efficient and aerodynamic drivers Callaway has ever made. Combined with the latest and greatest materials and technology it’s little wonder these drivers have taken the golf world by storm.
- Multiple head designs can be tailored to nearly any player.
- AI-informed Jailbreak Speed Frame and Flash Face design work in conjunction to create some of the most stable driver faces on the market. The result is more ball speed and increased distance.
- A host of customizable shaft and head options make fitting any player a breeze.
- Price point is quite high at over $500.
- Shipping times may be variable based on demand.
- Epic Max LS head may not be preferable for most players
Golfers looking to lower their spin rates with the driver should be testing the Epic Flash Sub-Zero. While it is not built for every swing, this driver is long. Unless you are completely satisfied with the current performance of your driver you should be testing this new line from Callaway. This club was great in my hands and I am confident that it will perform equally as impressively in yours. Find the Callaway Epic Flash Sub-Zero in retail store and pro shops right now to get fit for your game.
- Epic Flash Sub-Zero gave me the best ball speeds I have had with a driver
- The Epic Flash is the smoothest driver I have ever hit
- Epic Flash is the most forgiving, low-spin club I have tested
- The MSRP of the new Callaway Epic Flash Sub-Zero Driver begins at $529.99
- The choice of the colors on the sole of the club is odd
- Golfers coming from Rouge may not want to pay to switch
While it is true that not any one driver will fit every golfer, I think that unless you are 100% happy with your current driver you should be testing this club. Even golfers like myself that are comfortable with their current gamer should give the new Callaway Epic Flash consideration. I was not expecting to be as impressed as I was by this product. Rarely do I find something in my club testing that wows me as much as the Epic Flash did.
- Epic Flash produced the best ball speeds I have recorded in a driver
- My favorite look and feel of any Callaway driver I have ever hit
- Flash Face gave me more forgiveness with my typical low and high strike patterns on the face
- The price of the new Callaway Epic Flash Driver starts at $529.99
- The yellow and green colorway is going to put off certain players
- Players with the Rogue driver may not see enough improvement to warrant the price
The Cobra Fly Z Driver is a great fully adjustable club that will provide you the accuracy, forgiveness, distance, and consistency you need to better your golf game. This moderately priced driver is perfect for the mid to high handicap player looking for a consistent driver that will provide them more forgiveness and distance when on the tee box.
- Very accurate and forgiving club with a modern design
- A solid performing club that will turn a lot of heads
- The sweet spot is about as big as a baseball
- Some players may not like the size of the club head
- May give too much spin for some players
- May feel sluggish when swinging through the air
The Callaway Epic Sub Zero Driver was one of the most successful drivers of 2017, and it is perfect for the mid to high handicap golfer looking for more forgiveness, accuracy, and distance when on the when on the tee box.
- Impressive distance regardless of where you hit the ball on the club face
- Sound at impact is much more muted than other drivers
- Jailbreak Technology expands the sweet spot of the club and delivers high ball speeds
- Some players might get overwhelmed with all the adjustability settings
- Not much launch if you have a moderate swing speed
- Some golfers may think that the club is a little light than what they are used to using
With lots of adjustability, full customization, and a modern design the Cobra F7 Driver is truly a great club. If you are looking for a moderately priced driver that wont break the bank, that will give you the speed, distance, and forgiveness you need on the tee box, then the Cobra F7 Driver is the club for you.
- Very forgiving driver, where mis-hits fly just as far as center strikes
- Explosive sound when hitting off the tee
- Wide range of loft and lie combinations available to help players fine turn their drives
- Some players might be overwhelmed with the technology
- May feel sluggish going through the air due to oversized profile
- Little bit of learning curve on adjustments, may confuse the beginner player
Honestly, you really can’t go wrong with the Ping name. So, if you are looking for a great club without any frills or a fancy design that can just get the job done, then this “game improvement driver” is the club for you. However, if you are looking for the newest and greatest in technology and price is no object, then you may want to take a look at the TaylorMade M2 Driver or the TaylorMade R11 Driver.
- Black clubface, non-glare white crown, and new crown decal that all promote alignment.
- A confidence-building club that promotes distance and accuracy.
- Inverted Cone Technology expands the sweet spot of the club and delivers high ball speeds.
- The white paint job and crown design can be a distraction to some players.
- The sound at impact isn’t as muted as other comparable drivers.
- Some golfers may think that the club is a little light compared to similar drivers.
The Callaway Epic Driver is an outstanding club that is perfect for players who want more forgiveness, distance, swing speed, and adjustability. But what makes the Callaway Epic Driver a real game changer is its Jailbreak Technology which helps to promote more speed across a larger area of the club face. Callaway Epic Driver is a great club for a mid to low handicap player wanting to take their game to the next level.
- Impressive distance regardless of where you hit the ball
- Sound at impact is much more muted than other drivers
- Jailbreak Technology expands the sweet spot of the club
- Some golfers may not benefit from the extra draw bias
- A little costly, the Epic may be out of the budget of some golfers
- Some golfers may think that the club is a little light