Best Used Golf Drivers in 2023
TaylorMade Golf M6 Driver, 10.5 Loft, Right Hand, Regular Flex Shaft: Fujikura Atmos Orange, Large
TaylorMade Men's RBZ Black Driver, Black, Right Hand, Regular Flex, 9.5 Degrees
- A large, 460cc Titanium head with an adjustable loft sleeve allows for optimized launch and trajectory
- Ultralite Titanium core strategically positions mass for higher launch and trajectory control
- Premium matrix White tie 55 shaft for maximum distance and smooth feel
- Legendary speed pocket performance for high launch and low spin, resulting in more distance
- New satin black finish with elegant detailing to improve alignment
Pinemeadow PGX Offset Driver (Men's, Right Hand, Graphite, Regular)
- Offset anti-slice Technology
- 460Cc clubhead
- Headcover included ; The matte black finish and white and green gives the driver a clean and sleek look.
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- The offset of the driver helps you square the ball at impact. Having a square face at impact is important and will result in straighter drivers.
Intech Golf Illegal Non-Conforming Extra Long Distance Oversized Behemoth 520cc Driver
- NON-CONFORMING 520CC - ILLEGAL size exceeds the maximum size allowed by the USGA
- SUPERSIZED, HIGH MOI DESIGN - Offers a large sweet spot for maximum forgiveness
- INTECH BEHEMOTH SHAFT - Matching lightweight graphite shaft
- HEADCOVER INCLUDED
Cobra Golf 2019 F-Max Superlite Offset Driver Black-Red (Men's, Right Hand, Graphite, Senior Flex, 10.5)
- Lighter overall weight-18 grams of weight saving performance is achieved through a 6 gram lighter clubhead, a 7 gram lighter grip, and a 5 gram lighter shaft
- Forged E9 face technology-a thin forged Titanium face insert is engineered with E9 technology to enhance ball speed and distance across a larger area of the face
- Back/heel weighting-an ultra-forgiving construction features an internal weight pad positioned low, back and heel ward that promotes higher launch and straighter ball flights
- Crown alignment feature-a subtle crown alignment design assists with a square setup at address and provides a visually pleasing detail with it being distracting to the Eye
- Offset or Straight neck drivers-golfers can choose between an Offset design for maximum draw bias or Straight neck design for those that prefer a tradtional look at address
TEC Plus 460 cc Ti Matrix Driver Men's (Right-Handed)
- 460CC VOLUME – Maximum size allowed by the USGA to instill confidence
- HIGH MOI DESIGN - Offers a large sweet spot for maximum forgiveness
- XTREME DISTANCE III SHAFT – Matching lightweight graphite shaft
- EXCELLENT DRIVER - For any beginner golfer on a budget
- HEADCOVER INCLUDED
Pinemeadow PGX 500cc Illegal/Non-Conforming Driver (Men's, Right Hand, Graphite, Regular)
- ILLEGAL: The 500cc club head exceeds the maximum head size allowed by the USGA
- MASSIVE SWEET SPOT: Oversize club head bigger than your normal drivers gives you a bigger sweet spot helping you improve contact and distance
- MATTE BLACK FINISH: Clean and sharp matte black finish is easy on the eyes when addressing and hitting the ball
- HEADCOVER INCLUDED: Driver comes with headcover to protect the club when not in use
Tour Edge HKWRGA01105 Men's HL3 Driver, Right Hand, Senior, Graphite, 10.5 Degree
- Forged Titanium club head with cup face design maximizes ball speed off the face
- Variable face thickness technology provides better performance on off-center hits
- Power channel behind the face delivers amplified ball speed and added forgiveness on shots struck Lo
TaylorMade M4 D-Type Driver (Stiff Flex, Right Hand, 9.5 degrees)
- New face curvature w/corrective face angle on off-center hits, to reduce side spin & deliver straighter shots. Provides more loft in high-toe & less loft in low-heel for more consistent spin
- Hammerhead slot: the reinforced outer portions of the slot allow for a lighter, more flexible face, resulting in a larger sweet spot
- The flexible center slot increases ball speed on low shots and lowers unwanted spin
- GEOCOUSTIC: Shaped for a solid and explosive sound. Reduced sole volume enables a larger, more forgiving face.
- The two-tone crown cosmetics have been altered to make the face angle appear more open, resulting in a more closed face at impact. 41 grams of weight have been moved heel-ward to deliver draw bias
TaylorMade Driver-M2 2017 10.5 R Golf Driver, Right Hand
- All-New Multi-Material Construction Saves Weight & Repositions CG Low and Back; 6-Layer Carbon Crown With 911 Skeletal Titanium Body Frees Up Weight and Heavy Back Weight
- Geocoustic Technology Is Advanced Sole Shaping With Recessed Toe Panel That Enables Club Face Expansion for Added Forgiveness and Externalized Sound Ribs
- Deeper, more active speed pocket with 3x more active than original M2 to increase flexion and forgiveness across the clubface and generates high launch/low spin shots to achieve massive distance
- Ff2ff precision process with crown-to-body craftsmanship of the highest quality and manufacturing repeatability for consistent look and performance
- Premium features and options include Fujikura XLR8 Pro Stock shaft with 30+ additional no-upcharge shafts, dual feel grip, and ultra-lightweight, aluminum, 4 degree loft sleeve with 12 settings
Comedian Tom Dreesen: Golf's Global Ambassador
Raised in poverty, comedian Tom Dreesen as used golf as a metaphor for his success in life.
"Both of my parents were alcoholics," said the veteran comedian. "Growing up in that environment my dad spent all of his money in a tavern. I always thought one day maybe I'd be the owner of a tavern. I thought that would be the epitome of success."
But when he was 11, Dreesen began his now more than 50-year relationship with golf when he became a caddie at Ravisloe Country Club in Homewood, Ill. His life changed forever.
"I started caddying for six years before I went into the service," said Dreesen, a member of the celebrity field at AT T; Pebble Beach National Pro-Am for more than a decade. "The members there all Jewish and the caddies were all gentiles. The members were businessmen and businesswomen and they treated us like men, not like servants.
"They respected us and they made sure all the kids (caddies) were fed everyday. They had a banquet at the end of every year for caddies and they had a yearly scholarship to send two kids to college."
A few years into his caddying tenure, Dreesen began to envision life beyond bartending and tavern ownership.
Fast forward a half century and Dreesen directly relates his enduring career as a nightclub, television and movie performer to the lasting impressions of being a caddie.
"I took awhile but finally I began to think maybe I could be more than just a bartender . . . just maybe," said Dreesen, 64. That's why I understand when I young black kid in the ghetto says, 'I want to be a pimp or a dope pusher.' That's the only kind of successful man he's seen in that environment. They've got cars and money and nice clothes. So as a boy, that (the country club setting) made sense to me. I could see past my environment."
In the ensuing decades, Dreesen has learned about life and entertainment and golf. And for him, it's all intertwined.
Dreesen first mixed business and golf in 1977. Bob Hope saw Dreesen perform one might in Wisconsin and asked the comedian to play in his celebrity event. Dreesen has been part of the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic since. In addition to his long playing tenure, Dreesen's is also now the tournament's emcee.
In addition to playing in charity events (including his own yearly tournament) Dreesen is co-founder of the Celebrity Players Tour. He also maintains a busy performance schedule and is an in-demand corporate motivational speaker.
During his speeches, Dreesen often references his less-than-glorious Chicago childhood. And he also periodically returns to Ravisloe Country Club where more than a half-century ago his unsettled youth was changed via golf.
"They have pictures of me there and they treat me like a son coming home," Dreesen recalled. "When you caddied there and you go back and play, there's a feeling you get, you know?"
Dreesen has more than 500 television appearances in his long career. He was a guest on the Tonight Show with Johnny Carson more than 60 times. As a regular guest on Late Night With David Letterman, Dreesen often talks about his more than a decade tenure as the opening act for Frank Sinatra.
With Letterman and band leader Paul Shaffer, Dreesen performed for U.S. soldiers in Iraq on Christmas Day, 2004. When he returned, Dreesen began wearing a camouflaged cap during celebrity golfing events. The hat was a gift from the soldiers he visited.
"It's an interesting thing being a poor boy and carrying two bags a day," said Dreesen, who carries a 5-handicap and has five times shot his career low of 70. "You might say, 'Oh, poor Tommy.' But golf has made my life today. Being a poor kid, whenever I give motivational speeches, I say I came from this poor environment and I say to kids that it's the greatest thing that ever happened to me because all of life is about perception."