VOTE: What's the Best Driver of 2017?

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  • B.EasyB.Easy Members  31WRX Points: 50Handicap: 9.5Posts: 31 Bunkers
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    Epic SZ for me. I tested M1 460, M2, Epic, Epic SZ, JPX, and All Cobra's. Epic SZ with Rogue Maxx 85X was the only stock shaft offering that I could get proper spin and launch with, unless I spent serious $$$ on an upgraded shaft. Got same numbers and a little less distance with M1 460 mated to a GD BB7X, but that shaft was $250 upgrade. Sound and feel was the best with the SZ, but I also liked the looks of the M1.
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  • tslettentsletten Members  12WRX Points: 0Posts: 12
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    Love the sound of the 917 D2. Better than the GBB Epic. The head fits my eye better as well. Distance is the same.
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  • GavaGava C'mon Aussie !!! Members  725WRX Points: 70Posts: 725 Golden Tee
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    Of course it only makes sense to vote for drivers you've tried. My 1, 2, 3, was the Titleist 917 D3, Ping G & TM M2.



    The 917 D3 is in my bag now and I've found it incredibly long with a recently purchased GD Tour AD MJ 7TX shaft. Feel & accuracy has been a real improvement as well.



    I think the competition at the top is very tight and the majority of reasonable golfers (or better) would do well with any of the top sellers.



    Good luck sifting through popular opinion golfwrx.
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    [font=tahoma,geneva,sans-serif]Titleist 917 D3 9.5° - GD Tour AD MJ 7TX
    Titleist 917 F2 15° - Aldila Rogue Silver 70 S
    Mizuno MP H4 3 Driving Iron - KBS Tour S
    Titleist 718 AP3 4-PW - KBS Tour S+
    Callaway Mack Daddy 2 50.12°S
    Callaway Mack Daddy Forged 54.10°[/font]
    [font=tahoma, geneva, sans-serif]Cleveland RTX 3.0 [/font][font=tahoma,geneva,sans-serif]58.09°
    Scotty 2018 FB 1st of 500[/font]
    [font=tahoma,geneva,sans-serif]Scotty 2018 Global Ltd Fastback[/font]
  • MJisGOATMJisGOAT Members  4586WRX Points: 3Posts: 4,586 Titanium Tees
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    Gava wrote:


    Of course it only makes sense to vote for drivers you've tried. My 1, 2, 3, was the Titleist 917 D3, Ping G & TM M2.



    The 917 D3 is in my bag now and I've found it incredibly long with a recently purchased GD Tour AD MJ 7TX shaft. Feel & accuracy has been a real improvement as well.



    I think the competition at the top is very tight and the majority of reasonable golfers (or better) would do well with any of the top sellers.



    Good luck sifting through popular opinion golfwrx.




    Valid, I wonder how many votes were cast based strictly on hearsay.
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  • ETERNAL06ETERNAL06 Members  515WRX Points: 87Posts: 515 Golden Tee
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    Cobra King F7. Why? Because it actually works and helped improve my game. My distance, launch and spin were all improved with this driver. I have one on order and can't wait to put it into play. Tour presence and marketing be damned.
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    Cobra F7 11.5' Driver, Matrix Ozik TP-6 S
    Cobra Fly Z XL 15' & 18' Fairway Woods with Matrix Ozik White Tie S
    Miura Neo 9005G Irons, 5-PW, Project X LZ 5.0
    Miura Y & C Grind Wedges 51, 55 & 59. Project X LZ 5.0
    Miura KM-009 Putter
  • TollBrosTollBros Overseer of the Test Range Sponsors  5015WRX Points: 324Posts: 5,015 Titanium Tees
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    For the player that wants to see a low spin cut, M1 460 without a doubt.
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  • bd59bd59 Members  837WRX Points: 84Posts: 837 Golden Tee
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    Tollbros, you talking 2016 or 17 model
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  • DannydubbbsDannydubbbs Members  168WRX Points: 40Posts: 168 Fairways
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    The ping G series is just too forgiving. The distance is comparable between most models but ping always seems to win out with forgiveness.

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    Sorry, did not vote..........have a demo day coming up in a couple of weeks. Hopefully I'll be able to hit most of the drivers on this list.



    I'm pretty sure the best driver of 2017 is going to be my 2016 M2.
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    TaylorMade M2 10.5o / Matrix White Tie 50X4 R
    Nike Vr Pro Ltd. 5W / UST VTS 7R Silver
    Callaway Apex 3/20o / UST Recoil 760 ES F3
    Callaway Apex 4/23o / UST Recoil 760 ES F3
    Nike Covert Forged 4-PW / UST Recoil 95 F3
    Nike Engage 58 DS / UST Rv2 Gold 115 R
    Nike SV Tour 54 / UST Rv2 Gold 115 R
    Nike Vr Forged 50 / UST Rv2 Gold 115 R
    Nike Origin B2-01
    Nike RZN Tour Black
  • johnnylongballz72johnnylongballz72 Members  598WRX Points: 63Posts: 598 Golden Tee
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    There is Epic and there is the M series......... then there is everyone else. The Votes here show it, PGA tour use shows it, launch monitors everywhere show it.
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    Callaway Epic Flash Triple Diamond 10.5* Tensei White 60 TX
    Callaway Mavrik Sub Zero 16.5* Tensei Blue 70 TX
    Callaway UT 21*, Project X 6.0 
    Callaway Apex Pro Dot 4-PW, DG TI S400
    Callaway MD5 Jaws 50 W grind, 56 W grind, 60 Low Bounce W grind, DG TI S400
    Two Ball with Triple Track 

  • Bruin BearBruin Bear Plays in the rain Members  111WRX Points: 0Posts: 111
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    The Ping G is going to be overlooked because it's looked at as "game improvement" but this driver is a beast. I liked the LS but it requires a faster swing to get results and in the cold outdoors I just don't have that all the time. I think the G is the perfect blend of performance and forgiveness. Averaged 10 yards carry on Epic, M1/M2, and Cobra LTD (in Oregon where there is no roll we like carry). The only things I didn't like about it was the length of the shaft (46in?) and the sound...that thing is loud!
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    [font=georgia,serif][font=times new roman,times,serif]​TaylorMade R9 460 (8.75) Diamana 'ahina 70X
    TaylorMade R9 (16) Aldila RIP Alpha 70X
    Mizuno MP-30 (3-PW) Dynamic Gold S300
    Callaway MD2 (52S/58C) Dynamic Gold S300
    Cleveland Classic #6 (34in/350g) Winn AVS[/font][/font]
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  • jyun06904jyun06904 Major Winner Members  94WRX Points: 15Handicap: 0.3Posts: 94 Fairways
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    Not so much the clubhead. Theyre all about the same.

    Just find a driver that you hit fairways with that you can still get out there.
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    Jeremy Yun
    Age 15
    Club head speed: 115
    WITB:

    Driver: 2017 M2 9.5* - Graphite Design Tour AD BB 6X
    3 Wood: 2017 M2 15* - Kuro Kage Dual Core 70X
    Utility: PXG 0311XF 3i 18* - Graphite Design Tour Ad Di 95X
    4-5: Titleist 718 CB Forged - True Temper X100 AMT
    6-PW: Titleist 716 MB Forged - True Temper X100 AMT
    Wedges: Vokey SM6 Limited Edition RAW 50* 54* & 58* - True Temper S400
    Putter: Scotty Cameron Newport Two
    Ball: ProV1
    Grips: Golf Pride Z-Grip Midsize
  • GoldenhawkGoldenhawk Members  3241WRX Points: 55Posts: 3,241 Bunkers
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    The ping G series is just too forgiving. The distance is comparable between most models but ping always seems to win out with forgiveness.


    I found the Epic (not the SZ) to be just as forgiving as the Ping G. But the Epic is just a really long hitting driver.
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    Callawa Epci Flash, 9.0* Mitsubishi Rayon Diamana Blueboard 63
    Callaway Epic Flash, 15* 3-wood, Project X Evenflow 65
    Callaway Diablo Edge Tour 18* 5-wood, Mitsubishi Rayon Diamana Redboard 73
    Titleist AP3, 4 to AW, True Temper AMT Black S300
    Titleist Vokey Wedges, 50*, 56* and 60*, M Grind, True Temper Dynamic Gold S200
    Titleist Scotty Cameron Studio Select Newport 2
  • Kylekoz17Kylekoz17 Members  2226WRX Points: 120Handicap: 0.7Posts: 2,226 Platinum Tees
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    There is Epic and there is the M series......... then there is everyone else. The Votes here show it, PGA tour use shows it, launch monitors everywhere show it.




    Titleist usually has more drivers than callaway on tour. All drivers are good now. I even got good numbers out of the Wilson triton. With that said, m1 gave me 3 mph better ball speed yesterday than epic, and the f7+ was only 1 behind m1. Going to do one more fitting to verify numbers and then order something.
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    M5 9* - Hzrdus Smoke 70 6.5
    M4 16.5* - Rogue Max 75
    '17 Taylormade M1 hybrid - Kuro Kage 80X
    Titleist 716 TMB 3-5 iron AMT X100
    Titleist 718 AP2 6-pw AMT X100
    Custom Oven grind Nike Engage 50 sq, 56 toe sweep
    Custom 1/1 Rory Oven proto 006, Oven Method Matter B2/01
  • Jim 23Jim 23 Members  87WRX Points: 60Posts: 87 Fairways
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    For me it is the EPIC followed by the 917D2 and then the 460 M1. Epic hands down and I own both the Epic and 917D2.
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  • WidespreadPanicWidespreadPanic Wizard in the Corner Members  4909WRX Points: 220Handicap: 0.4Posts: 4,909 Titanium Tees
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    The Epic finally got a win!
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    Taylormade M2 ('17) 10.5*
    Cobra F7 15.5*
    Taylormade M1 ('17) 19*
    Mizuno MP18 Fli Hi 4i
    Mizuno MP18 SC 5-PW
    Cleveland RTX 588 2.0 52**, 56**, 60**
    Taylormade TP Red Ardmore 3
    Taylormade TPx
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  • dormdorm East TennesseeMembers, Paid BST  61WRX Points: 48Handicap: +0.2Posts: 61 Bunkers
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    My top 3 during extensive testing:



    Epic SZ

    Titleist 917 D3

    Epic



    Changed from the 915 D3 to the Epic Sub Zero like many others picked up 5mph ball speed and an average of 12 yards, also very good on mishits.
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  • ijustgolfijustgolf Bomb and Gouge Members  701WRX Points: 0Posts: 701
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    EPIC SZ with the Black Tie for me. Great feeling driver
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    EPIC SZ 10.5 Ozik 70M5 X
    EPIC SZ 15 Ozik 80M5 X
    Steelhead XR Pro 3i Tour-V X
    Apex Pro 16 4i-9i C-Taper X
    MD3 49.11S, 56.10S C-Taper X
    PM Grind 60.06
    Spalding TPM8
    Chrome Soft X
  • Pieter PPieter P Members  87WRX Points: 34Handicap: 1Posts: 87 Fairways
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    Goldenhawk wrote:



    The ping G series is just too forgiving. The distance is comparable between most models but ping always seems to win out with forgiveness.


    I found the Epic (not the SZ) to be just as forgiving as the Ping G. But the Epic is just a really long hitting driver.


    Had a Cool Clubs fitting yesterday.

    Did not want the Ping LS etc to be good. Did not even want to try it. Never even hit anything with an Accra shaft before.

    I wanted the M1 or Epic - even the Titleist to be great.

    But it blew everything away with an Accra Zx475M5 shaft. Longest and better dispersion than the others mentioned.

    ​This proves that the best driver of 2017 is : the one that is fitted to your swing by an skilful fitter :-)
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  • The Badger7The Badger7 Members  137WRX Points: 0Handicap: 13Posts: 137
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    M1 vs Epic



    "The Epic Driver is Born"



    My thinking is Callaway came out with Epic Driver cus of the Market Share Taylormade has in the Gaming World with Players. That said, Taylormade is Not financially stable, Callaway is Bidding to lower the Cost of Taylormade's Company for an Acquisition to acquire Taylormade at even a lower bid, In addition to Marketing the Epic Drive to push the financial burden onto Taylormade's market share.



    Theirs is more Hype with Epic Driver until you use it on a Regular Basis then you'll find out it's Not as Epic as you think.



    The Power of Marketing getting players to think if they buy Callaway EPic it will improve your Game and Driving is kinda a push on BS.



    Courses we Play are NOT on Monitors and looks great until you play in the Elements of Reality...Colder Weather, Rainy, Hot.....blah blah Blah



    Anyone that is a Great Ball Striker, the results can go either way...The M1 vs. Epic results with Drivers & Yardage varies 5 to 10 Yards, sometimes M1 Wins or sometimes Epic...



    Results to me are both Drivers are Awesome Drivers... However the Color Green is Catching the Eye with Most People IMO,

    That where you're Sold...



    The Best of the Best results for you are shown on the Monitor, Easy Sale.



    Nature's Elements when it settles into your Bones, it's just another Driver and Expense. Callaway does a Great Job Marketing to those that are not so good players to buy their products and you'll be as good or better using their Product...Hmmmmm



    Oh, They all do that as well.



    99% of the Time...

    "It's The Indian Not the Arrow"
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  • ijustgolfijustgolf Bomb and Gouge Members  701WRX Points: 0Posts: 701
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    "The Power of Marketing getting players to think if they buy Callaway EPic it will improve your Game and Driving is kinda a push on BS."



    Every company does this. No reason to single out one company...



    I'm a believer of the "Look good play good" saying so if more people are buying the Epic maybe in a general consensus the Epic just looks better than the M1.




    M1 vs Epic



    "The Epic Driver is Born"



    My thinking is Callaway came out with Epic Driver cus of the Market Share Taylormade has in the Gaming World with Players. That said, Taylormade is Not financially stable, Callaway is Bidding to lower the Cost of Taylormade's Company for an Acquisition to acquire Taylormade at even a lower bid, In addition to Marketing the Epic Drive to push the financial burden onto Taylormade's market share.



    Theirs is more Hype with Epic Driver until you use it on a Regular Basis then you'll find out it's Not as Epic as you think.



    The Power of Marketing getting players to think if they buy Callaway EPic it will improve your Game and Driving is kinda a push on BS.



    Courses we Play are NOT on Monitors and looks great until you play in the Elements of Reality...Colder Weather, Rainy, Hot.....blah blah Blah



    Anyone that is a Great Ball Striker, the results can go either way...The M1 vs. Epic results with Drivers & Yardage varies 5 to 10 Yards, sometimes M1 Wins or sometimes Epic...



    Results to me are both Drivers are Awesome Drivers... However the Color Green is Catching the Eye with Most People IMO,

    That where you're Sold...



    The Best of the Best results for you are shown on the Monitor, Easy Sale.



    Nature's Elements when it settles into your Bones, it's just another Driver and Expense. Callaway does a Great Job Marketing to those that are not so good players to buy their products and you'll be as good or better using their Product...Hmmmmm



    Oh, They all do that as well.



    99% of the Time...

    "It's The Indian Not the Arrow"
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    EPIC SZ 10.5 Ozik 70M5 X
    EPIC SZ 15 Ozik 80M5 X
    Steelhead XR Pro 3i Tour-V X
    Apex Pro 16 4i-9i C-Taper X
    MD3 49.11S, 56.10S C-Taper X
    PM Grind 60.06
    Spalding TPM8
    Chrome Soft X
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  • SefSef Members  931WRX Points: 95Handicap: 7Posts: 931 Golden Tee
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    I have tested a lot of these drivers and for me the Epic SZ was so much better than everything else I wish I could just apply all 3 votes to it.



    Since I can't I voted for the M1 because launch and spin were perfect but ball speed was down and the 917 D3 because ball speed was great, launch was good, but spin was too high. On looks the 917 would be my winner all day long.
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    Callaway Epic Flash SZ Triple Diamond 9* - Fuji Pro 2.0 70X
    Callaway 816 Alpha 3w - Rogue I/O 70X
    Callaway X2 Hot Pro 19* 5w - Tour Green 75X
    Ping S55 4-pw - Project X LZ 7.0
    Glide 2.0 Stealth 51, 56, and 60 - DG X100
    Scotty Cameron Newport 3
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    #TheBadger7



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    "inefficient and dead rear cavity design"
  • SefSef Members  931WRX Points: 95Handicap: 7Posts: 931 Golden Tee
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    ijustgolf wrote:


    "The Power of Marketing getting players to think if they buy [url="http://rover.ebay.com/rover/13/0/19/DealFrame/DealFrame.cmp?bm=399&BEFID=96424&acode=417&code=417&aon=&crawler_id=811810&dealId=L_gPpsDQfxwgm9Gl9PGSTA==&searchID=&url=http://www.callawaygolfpreowned.com/golf-clubs/shafts/optifit-shafts/shafts-fujikura-motore-speeder-661.html?utm_campaign=sce700&utm_medium=cse&utm_source=shopping&utm_content=shafts-fujikura-motore-speeder-661&DealName=Callaway Golf Fujikura Motore Speeder 661 Optifit Shafts&MerchantID=300408&HasLink=yes&category=0&AR=-1&NG=1&GR=1&ND=1&PN=1&RR=-1&ST=&MN=msnFeed&FPT=SDCF&NDS=1&NMS=1&NDP=1&MRS=&PD=0&brnId=2455&lnkId=8070676&Issdt=170317051515&IsFtr=0&IsSmart=0&dlprc=165.99&SKU=shafts-fujikura-motore-speeder-661"]Callaway[/url] EPic it will improve your Game and Driving is kinda a push on BS."



    Every company does this. No reason to single out one company...



    I'm a believer of the "Look good play good" saying so if more people are buying the Epic maybe in a general consensus the Epic just looks better than the M1.




    M1 vs Epic



    "The Epic Driver is Born"



    My thinking is Callaway came out with Epic Driver cus of the Market Share Taylormade has in the Gaming World with Players. That said, Taylormade is Not financially stable, Callaway is Bidding to lower the Cost of Taylormade's Company for an Acquisition to acquire Taylormade at even a lower bid, In addition to Marketing the Epic Drive to push the financial burden onto Taylormade's market share.



    Theirs is more Hype with Epic Driver until you use it on a Regular Basis then you'll find out it's Not as Epic as you think.



    The Power of Marketing getting players to think if they buy Callaway EPic it will improve your Game and Driving is kinda a push on BS.



    Courses we Play are NOT on Monitors and looks great until you play in the Elements of Reality...Colder Weather, Rainy, Hot.....blah blah Blah



    Anyone that is a Great Ball Striker, the results can go either way...The M1 vs. Epic results with Drivers & Yardage varies 5 to 10 Yards, sometimes M1 Wins or sometimes Epic...



    Results to me are both Drivers are Awesome Drivers... However the Color Green is Catching the Eye with Most People IMO,

    That where you're Sold...



    The Best of the Best results for you are shown on the Monitor, Easy Sale.



    Nature's Elements when it settles into your Bones, it's just another Driver and Expense. Callaway does a Great Job Marketing to those that are not so good players to buy their products and you'll be as good or better using their Product...Hmmmmm



    Oh, They all do that as well.



    99% of the Time...

    "It's The Indian Not the Arrow"





    I got better distance from the Epic SZ on average because of two things. First I hit it more solid, something about how it sets up visually. Secondly, the Epic is more forgiving. My misses with the Epic were much better than with M1.
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    Callaway Epic Flash SZ Triple Diamond 9* - Fuji Pro 2.0 70X
    Callaway 816 Alpha 3w - Rogue I/O 70X
    Callaway X2 Hot Pro 19* 5w - Tour Green 75X
    Ping S55 4-pw - Project X LZ 7.0
    Glide 2.0 Stealth 51, 56, and 60 - DG X100
    Scotty Cameron Newport 3
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    Cobra LTD pro, TM M1 460, 917 D2
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  • Swisstrader98Swisstrader98 Members  3614WRX Points: 240Posts: 3,614 Titanium Tees
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    Can only compare it to my Slider driver, but for me the Epic is at a crazy new level. All these promises over the years of this or that driver will give me that magical 10-20 yards. Got properly fitted for the Epic at the Callaway center at Troon and for the first time ever hitting it 20 yards longer w same crappy swing. Lol
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  • sfdoddsysfdoddsy Members  1334WRX Points: 126Posts: 1,334 Platinum Tees
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    I wish there was a way to vote 'none of the above'.



    Not in the sense that none of them are any good, but more that none of them are any different.



    I fell for the hype and actually purchased an Epic and a Subzero to compare to my current LTD and previous GBB.



    I'm getting older, more decrepit and have a very efficient driver swing anyway.



    But after testing on course and with launch monitors, with identical shafts, and shafts supposedly optimised to the drivers, there was no consistent difference in distance or dispersion.



    I hit my old GBB well. I hit my LTD well. I hit the Epic well. I hit the Subzero less well due to face angle, but wellish.



    Maybe for the big swingers, but not for me.



    I wanted to believe, but the numbers just weren't there.
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    Ping G410 Matrix
    Cobra F6 Baffler
    PXG irons
    PXG & PM Grind wedges
    Edel E3 putter
  • krtgolfingkrtgolfing Members  1089WRX Points: 91Handicap: 9.3Posts: 1,089 Platinum Tees
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    For me it was the Callaway Epic and the TM M2. I went with the Callaway Epic over the M2 just because it came with a somewhat better shaft. Distance numbers and consistency/ accuracy were pretty much identical.
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    Callaway Rogue Sub Zero Driver
    Taylor Made M2 3 Wood
    Taylor Made M2 3 Hybrid
    Taylor Made PSI 4 Iron - Approach Wedge
    Titleist Vokey SM5 54* & 60*
    Kingston Putters KP2
  • lbhollylbholly Members  75WRX Points: 0Posts: 75
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    Recently tested Wilson Triton, M1, M2, Epic, SubZero, Cobra Ltd, Ping G to replace my Cleveland Classic Custom and the Wilson had for me the best consistent numbers for my swing so i bought it and it plays great with out having to put a lot of effort into the swing. I do wish it had a little different sound but it's nothing that keeps me from hitting it well and the FEEL is solid. Hands down THE best driver i've hit in a while! The subzero, m2, and cobra ltd were close but not as good. The Ltd Probably had the best Feel but just didn't do as well for me.
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  • Lacey UnderallLacey Underall Members  1215WRX Points: 114Posts: 1,215 Platinum Tees
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    Interesting that the Epic Sub Zero currently has more votes than the standard Epic. Way more tour play with the standard and I've heard retail sales are at least 3 to 1. Maybe even higher.
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    2019 WITB
    Driver: Callaway Rogue Sub-Zero 10.5* - Aldila Rogue Max 75x
    3 Wood: Callaway Epic 15* - Aldila Rogue Max 85x
    2-PW: Callaway X-Prototype MBs - Project X 6.5 flighted
    52* Wedge: Callaway MD2 Slate S Grind
    58* Wedge: Callaway MD2 Slate S Grind
    Putter: Odyssey Sabertooth Versa
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