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Budget Driver Choice.

Ferrers

Well-Known Member
Jul 22, 2005
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As a very high handicapper returning to the game , Im in the market for a budget Driver that is very forgiving.

Having visited my local golf store I noticed a couple of clubs within budget and wondered if anyone had any experience of either club they would like to share.

The clubs were

Ram FX9 460cc

And a Mizuno MP-001 460cc

Both of which were on retail for £99 not sure what that is in dollers im guessing about $150 or near about.

My main criteria is ease to hit , Distance and accurercy im hoping will come with time and practice.
 

obagain

Used club guru
Mar 29, 2005
998
1
Stay away from the ram. It is ok but not good.

The mizuno is not real forgiving and hits the ball low.
Try to find a cobra ss 427 or a biggest big bertha and you would be much happier.
 

goatster

SUPER SOAKER
Feb 20, 2005
2,360
2
edwin watts or golf smith has a liquid metal pj 330 for $50 or $60.its a pretty good driver i had one untill last yr.honestly i actually think i hit as far as my TM 580xd.as far as cheap drivers i would recommend it.
 
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Ferrers

Well-Known Member
Jul 22, 2005
3
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Well Got a Driver.

Well , Iv just got a 2nd Hand Taylor Made TI 2 Bubble.


And am waiting for it to be delivered , it was pretty cheap but read quite alot of posative reviews for the old club the main factor of it being fairly forgiving for a slower swing.

Heres hoping :)
 

Triple-R

Worm Burner
Jul 11, 2005
18
0
I bought a Hippo 370 last year from acandemy sports (For 30.00 USD) and it is one of the most forgiving drivers I hace ever hit. By far the best 30 bucks I have ever spent.
 

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