MEMBERS' CHOICE: Best driver of 2018? Poll added

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  • GeneralCG21GeneralCG21 Members Posts: 21
    edited Jul 2, 2018 #212
    I haven't posted in here for years and have been lurking all year, waiting to get a true sense off the best driver out...



    Let me say this, i'm about a 12 handicap and swing about 102-110 mph but just needed something to help me take out the big misses and the OBs.



    The Ping g400 Max unbelievable.



    I hit it on the monitor really well and gamed it today for a round and I must say... if youre in the market and you're like me who just wants to be consistent, this thing is off the charts.



    I don't think i hit one of the center of the club face today, and played from the fairway a bunch, even rolled through a couple. Hit one closer to the hosel (Fade) hit some high on the face (Straight)



    I've never felt more confident on a tee box. What a great piece of equipment!
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  • Pablo EscobarPablo Escobar Members Posts: 68
    I know Mizuno gets a lot of love for there irons but the ST180 is underrated. Awesome driver.
    Mizuno ST180 Driver
    Adams Tight Lies 16*
    Cobra King F7 3 Hybrid
    Callaway XR Steelhead Pro irons 4-PW
    Wedges - the search is on !
    Odyssey O-Works Red 2 Ball
  • BullunionBullunion Members Posts: 23
    mizuno for the win
  • dmarabella13dmarabella13 Members Posts: 54 ✭✭
    I'm gaming a 917D2 with a Tour AD IZ 7X shaft. love it. However, I'm always interested in the latest and greatest to see if I can increase distance even more. For whatever reason, I just can't get a TM/Callaway driver to straighten out for me. I've hit the G400 a couple times and have had better luck but not hitting it any farther really. Gonna keep rocking Titleist until I'm fit with something that's noticeably better at this point
    Titleist 917 D2 9.5* - Graphite Design Tour AD IZ 7X
    Titleist 917 F2 15* - Graphite Design Tour AD DI Black 8X
    Titleist 816 H1 19* - Graphite Design Tour AD DI Hybrid 95X
    Titleist 716 TMB 4 Iron - Graphite Design Tour AD DI Hybrid 105X
    Titleist 718 AP2 5-9 Irons - Dynamic Gold X100
    Titleist Vokey SM7 50F, 54S, 58M - Dynamic Gold Tour Issue Onyx S400
    TaylorMade Spider Tour Red
    Titleist ProV1
  • chisagchisag Members Posts: 2,909 ✭✭


    I'm gaming a 917D2 with a Tour AD IZ 7X shaft. love it. However, I'm always interested in the latest and greatest to see if I can increase distance even more. For whatever reason, I just can't get a TM/Callaway driver to straighten out for me. I've hit the G400 a couple times and have had better luck but not hitting it any farther really. Gonna keep rocking Titleist until I'm fit with something that's noticeably better at this point




    ... I played with a young man from Canada, now living in Orlando that has won a few times on the mini tours. Just bombed it off the tee. I was playing an Epic at the time and he had a Sub Zero that he said he normally hit around 310-320 but would lose a ball every now and then with it. His gamer was a 917 D3 that spun much more, around 2700 but was a fairway finder. He was hitting both off each tee and the SZ was usually 15-20 yds longer but often in the rough and on #7 he hit one that started right and curved more right a good 50 yds into the trees. Pulled out his D3 and put it in the middle at around 295 yds. I asked him if it was the club or him and for someone 24 yrs old he had a very mature response "Does it really matter?" That was the last hole he hit the SZ and was amazingly consistent for the rest of the round with his D3. If it works, it works.
    Cobra F9 Tour Length ... Atmos Blue TS 65s
    Cobra F9 15.5* ... Atmos Blue TS 75s
    Cobra F6 Baffler ... Kuro Kage Black 75s
    TaylorMade UDi 18* 2 iron... HZRDUS Black 85hy
    4-pw TaylorMade P790 ... Recoil Prototype 95's
    SM6 52* F Grind /SM7 D Grind 58* ... Recoil 110s
    Bobby Grace 6330 ... 33.5"
  • f18sumdayf18sumday ClubWRX Posts: 43
    Titleist D3 for me, but have played the D3 since the 910. Firm believer that I can make any driver work with the right shaft though.
  • mweaver84mweaver84 Posts: 535
    edited Jul 5, 2018 #218
    Just did an hour and a half driver fitting session and tested a bunch of heads and shafts. The TM M4 was definitely the best for me. I thought the G400 was hideous to look at personally! Surprised so many like it. The other drivers weren't too far behind the TM M4 as far as numbers....
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    TM M3 9.5, Graphite Design AD DI 7x
    TM M4 3 wood
    TM p790 3 iron
    Mizuno MP-59 4-PW, DG S300
    Titleist SM4 50, 56, 60
    Titleist Scotty Cameron Newport 2
  • aknowaknow Members Posts: 96
    Ping G400 10.5, Alta cb shaft. Amazing technology!
  • TzoidTzoid Members Posts: 1,644 ✭✭
    Ping just keeps innovating and producing outstanding clubs with minimal amount of adjustability.



    The G400 Max is fantastic !! .
    Texan stranded in "The Peoples Republic of Maryland"
    Ping G400 Max Driver Aldila Rogue Silver 110 M.S.I. 60
    Ping G400 3 Wood Aldila Rogue Silver 110 M.S.I. 70
    Ping G25 20 & Anser 23 Hybrid
    ONOFF KURO 2015 4-PW N.S Pro Modus3 Tour 120S
    Scratch 50 54 58 Forged Wedges Nippon WV 115 Shafts
    Scotty Cameron Newport 2 Studio Stainless
    Ping Vault 2.0 Dale Anser Custom
    Titleist Pro V-1X
  • G400 is sweet. I have been hitting a friends and it just goes...... very forgiving too.
  • mr.hickstamr.hicksta Posts: 288 ✭✭
    G400 Max for me, and it's not even close!
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    [font=verdana,geneva,sans-serif]Cobra F9 Speedback 3/4 FW 14.5º| MCA Tensei CK Pro Blue 70 S[/font]

    [font=verdana, geneva, sans-serif]Ping G400 3H 19º | MCA OTh 90 S[/font]

    [font=verdana, geneva, sans-serif]Epon AF-505 4-PW | Nippon Modus3 Tour130 S[/font]

    [font=verdana,geneva,sans-serif]Cleveland RTX 4 50º Mid, 54º Mid, 58º Mid | Nippon Modus 3 Wedge 125[/font]

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  • golfpros1golfpros1 Members Posts: 7,579
    edited Jul 14, 2018 #223
    This survey is like... what did you buy. Every driver can be fit to you and perform very well.



    I think folks are too obsessed with getting perfect launch monitor numbers at the risk of playability. Finding something that gives you confidence to get around the course and keeps you in play is far more important than a few more potential yards.



    If you look at the PGA Tour, you'll see trends but it doesn't tell the whole story. Custom hot melts, tour specific heads, and off the shelf heads too with an endless selection of shaft options. They have the ability to spend weeks fine tuning, and if we're being honest, repeatable swings that can be better dialed in.



    If you look at the longest drivers on tour this year you'll see new, old, different models, different manufacturers, different shafts.... everyone is different, even at the pro level, and it's about first getting fit, and second (and more important part), taking it to the course to determine playability in the real world.





    1. Tony Finau, 329.1 yards

    Ping G400 Max (9 degrees at 9.5), with Accra Tour Z X485 M5 shaft



    T2. Trey Mullinax, 319.5 yards

    Ping G400 Max (9.0 degrees at 7.9), with Mitsubishi Kuro Kage 60 TX shaft



    T2. Kevin Tway, 319.5 yards

    TaylorMade M2 2017 (9.5 degrees), with Mitsubishi Tensei CK White shaft



    4. Luke List, 317.8 yards

    TaylorMade M4 (8.5 degrees), with Mitsubishi Diamana D+ shaft



    5. Justin Rose, 316.5 yards

    TaylorMade M3 460 (9.5 degrees), with Mitsubishi Tensei CK Orange shaft



    6. Graham DeLaet, 315.9

    Titleist 917D3 (8.5 degrees), with UST Mamiya Elements shaft



    7. Ryan Palmer, 315.6

    TaylorMade M1 2016 (9.5 degrees), with Accra Tour Z RPG shaft



    8. Jason Day, 315.4 yards

    TaylorMade M3 460 (10.5 degrees), with TPT Golf shaft



    T9. Brandon Hagy, 313.4

    Ping G400 Max (9.0 degrees), with Mitsubishi Kuro Kage 60 TX shaft



    T9. Gary Woodland, 313.4

    TaylorMade M3 440 (9 degrees adjusted to 8.5), with Accra Tour Z RPG shaft
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    [font=arial, helvetica, sans-serif]Driver: Taylormade M1 8.5 w/ Project X HZRDUS Black 65 6.5[/font]
    [font=arial, helvetica, sans-serif]3W: Titleist 915F 15 w/ Diamana D+ 80 S[/font]
    [font=arial, helvetica, sans-serif]3H: Titleist 915H w/ Diamana D+ 90 S[/font]
    [font=arial, helvetica, sans-serif]Irons: 4-GW Taylormade Tour Preferred TP w/ Project X 6.0[/font]
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  • I finally had a chance to try these 2 most talked about clubs of the season.. PING G400 and Callaway Rogue Sub Zero.



    One thing I can say is both are beautiful clubs, works of engineering and art, and a true pleasure to hold.



    I can see how a great golfer would be able to use both clubs to create an advantage, however for me, the Ping was much easier to square up on the ball. With the Sub Zero I was floating all over the place.



    I'm going to keep my simple Cobra driver as my skill is not advanced enough to warrant the purchase of a new club, but if I was going to get one, I know what it would be.
    [font=comic sans ms,cursive]"Boy that is fun to watch right there. This thing's gonna roll a hundred and fifty yards"[/font]
  • chisagchisag Members Posts: 2,909 ✭✭


    I finally had a chance to try these 2 most talked about clubs of the season.. PING G400 and Callaway Rogue Sub Zero.



    One thing I can say is both are beautiful clubs, works of engineering and art, and a true pleasure to hold.



    I can see how a great golfer would be able to use both clubs to create an advantage, however for me, the Ping was much easier to square up on the ball. With the Sub Zero I was floating all over the place.



    I'm going to keep my simple Cobra driver as my skill is not advanced enough to warrant the purchase of a new club, but if I was going to get one, I know what it would be.






    ... Well my skill level is advanced enough to buy a new driver if it performs and I still bought a Cobra. I really wanted to love the Rogue SZ but I just hit it inconsistently. My best shots were longer than my F8, but on average I am longer and most importantly, in the fairway with the F8. I will happily give up 5-10 yds on a once in a few round bomb for longer drives on average.



    ... I have said this before in other threads but standing in one spot and hitting a single club can produce a false idea of how that club will perform on the course during a round. First of course, the balls you hit on a LM or at the range don't count, so there is a freedom to your swing that does not always exist on the course because every swing counts when playing. The SZ is added to my list of the G30 LS and R1 that all performed excellent on a LM at the range but just very inconsistent on the course. Obviously it is me, not the club per se, but in the end it really doesn't matter because either a driver works for your swing or it doesn't. As previous poster listed, all drivers work very well for someone.
    Cobra F9 Tour Length ... Atmos Blue TS 65s
    Cobra F9 15.5* ... Atmos Blue TS 75s
    Cobra F6 Baffler ... Kuro Kage Black 75s
    TaylorMade UDi 18* 2 iron... HZRDUS Black 85hy
    4-pw TaylorMade P790 ... Recoil Prototype 95's
    SM6 52* F Grind /SM7 D Grind 58* ... Recoil 110s
    Bobby Grace 6330 ... 33.5"
  • I agree it’s all about consistency, that’s why I wasn’t all in for the Sub Zero even though it’s a beautiful club.



    Have you gotten the chance to compare your F8 to a G400?
    [font=comic sans ms,cursive]"Boy that is fun to watch right there. This thing's gonna roll a hundred and fifty yards"[/font]
  • chisagchisag Members Posts: 2,909 ✭✭
    ... I hit the G400 at the show and I know it is an improvement over pervious generations but I just don't care for the sound/feel and hate the way it looks at address. I wish I were focused on the ball enough to not even notice, but alas I do. And now my 28yr old son would tar and feather me if I switched LOL. I put him in my old Fly Z with a Nunchuk and a 16gm weight at 44.25" and he can cary it 290-300 and normally around 280. I probably average around 265-275 total distance although the F8 can get me near 300. I told him the F8 is just an updated and improved Fly Z so when I am demoing another driver he always shakes his head and says "You don't hit that as well as the F8 Dad. When are you gonna learn?"
    Cobra F9 Tour Length ... Atmos Blue TS 65s
    Cobra F9 15.5* ... Atmos Blue TS 75s
    Cobra F6 Baffler ... Kuro Kage Black 75s
    TaylorMade UDi 18* 2 iron... HZRDUS Black 85hy
    4-pw TaylorMade P790 ... Recoil Prototype 95's
    SM6 52* F Grind /SM7 D Grind 58* ... Recoil 110s
    Bobby Grace 6330 ... 33.5"
  • Fair enough!
    [font=comic sans ms,cursive]"Boy that is fun to watch right there. This thing's gonna roll a hundred and fifty yards"[/font]
  • texcromtexcrom ClubWRX Posts: 3,477 ClubWRX
    Titleist 917 D3 with Diamana White. Nothing better!
    Titleist TS3 10.5 degree HZRDUS Black Smoke 6.0 70g Stiff <br/> Titleist TS3 16.5 degree HZRDUS Black Smoke 6.0 70g Stiff <br/> Titleist 718 T-MB 3 iron Project X PXi 6.0<br/> Titleist 718 T-MB 4 iron Project X PXi 6.0<br/>Titleist 718 AP2 5 - 9 irons AMT Tour White S-300 <br/> Titleist Vokey SM7 48-10 <br/> Titleist Vokey SM7 52-08<br/> Titleist Vokey SM7 56-10 <br/> Titleist Vokey SM7 60-12 <br/> Odyssey O-works 2 Ball Red <br/> Titleist Pro V1X <br/> <br/> Titleist 905R 10.5 degree YS6+ Stiff <br/> Titleist 718 AP2 4 iron and pitching wedge <br/> Taylormade R7 425 TP <br/> Taylormade R7 TP Titanium 3 wood <br/> Scotty Cameron Select Newport <br/> Ping Anser 35 inch <br/> Cleveland Designed By blade putter (2) <br/> <br/>GO VOLS!!
  • NoTalentLeftyNoTalentLefty Members Posts: 3,440 ✭✭
    playa wrote:
    matchavez wrote:

    playa wrote:


    These results don't correlate with what I see on the course. At my local club in Sydney Australia the overwhelmingly most popular driver is the 2017 M2, followed by the 2017 M1. Across all handicap ranges all I see is 2017 TM drivers. I know this thread is about 2018, but at my club there aren't many 2018 models. But even from the few new drivers I see out there the M3/4 would outnumber the rest put together. From the last couple years I have hardly seen an epic or 917 driver in play. A few Pings but mostly M1/2s.

    For transparency I don't play TM and not a fanboy, I have hit them a couple times and didn't see what all the fuss was about. Just saying what I see in other guys bags.




    It's a different game over here. Access to things not named TaylorMade is just less down here. TaylorMade gets into all the sports shops, Callaway gets into the big-box sports stores, and everyone fights for the rest. Pings are sold at exactly two stores here in a city of a half-million; one specialty boutique that has a small version fitting cart and one course that has a few demos and the ability to order. Also outside TaylorMade, many of the competitors can't compete on price. I know that list for my G400LST with a TiNi was $980NZ, which is $700US (Post "sales tax" here of 15%). It's not a whole lot more, and often is at parity when you get a good deal, but the ability to try things is just not the same as the US. It's not even close. Australia has some nice options in Sydney/Melbourne/Brisbane, but TM has that de facto power.



    I'd also wager strongly those M1s are not custom. Custom clubs are fairly unheard of here... and it's a shame.


    The TMs I see are definitely not custom. All stock offerings, and likely most are off the shelf and not even fitted.

    A real good ball striker at my club said the M2 he got was longer than his old Ping when he really gets into it, but not as consistent distance or accuracy wise.




    That’s why I had mine cutdown and added lead tape.
    Livin' proof that Lefties are not naturally talented.

    Driver Titleist 913 D3 44 inches also a Cleveland Classic 310 43.5 inches
    3 and 5 Wood Ping G15
    3-5 Hybrids Cobra Baffler XL
    6-GW Titleist AP1s
    53 degree Wedge Titleist AP1
    58 degree SW Vokey SM6
    Putter White Hot V LINE Fang w/round Edel Grip
  • mweaver84mweaver84 Posts: 535
    edited Jul 16, 2018 #231
    That’s why I had mine cutdown and added lead tape.




    This ^^ I cut mine down to 44.75 and just added the 18 gram weight into the back of my M2. Was EXTREMELY inconsistent when I first got it. 45.5 length and had a 6 gram weight in when I first got it. They are just making the clubs too light and long now to play in to the "distance" mindset. I'm still thinking of adding some lead tape to it. Head currently is still under 200g after adding the 18g weight.



    I like a heavier driver and my last one before was 205g.
    TM M3 9.5, Graphite Design AD DI 7x
    TM M4 3 wood
    TM p790 3 iron
    Mizuno MP-59 4-PW, DG S300
    Titleist SM4 50, 56, 60
    Titleist Scotty Cameron Newport 2
  • chauchilamchauchilam Spam Posts: 18
    Callaway Golf 2017 Men’s Great Big Bertha Epic Driver
  • bretmuybretmuy Members Posts: 7
    Rogue sz
  • b81smithb81smith ClubWRX Posts: 725 ✭✭
    I love ping clubs. Reading the tid bits on golf companies R&D departments I can honestly say no one compares to Ping. They don't release clubs unless they're better. This is why you'd never see a driver release in Jan, then replaced in June, then replaced in September, then released again in December and then a new model dropped in March. BUT SOME companies do this and its a grab for more of your money. Trust in R&D. Researching and developing using the best players on earth and backing it all up with Science - not commercials with guys 'casually walking through a golf course chatting about the latest marketing line' hahaha, you know who I'm talking about.



    The G series is absolutely amazing. The science behind the club engineering is amazing. Seeing the aerodymanics, face profiles, etc work in action. I've hit just about everything out there and it feels great but I'm just not sure its improved over what was released 12 months ago. Plus 1 for the ping clubs.
    Ben S
    Hailing from North Aurora
    WITB:
    Smoke Wagon: Ping G LST 10.5 with Diamana Blue (JDM version) 70X set to standard
    Fairway: Ping G 3 wood - 14.5 with Tour 80 or UST Mamiya Axivcore Tour Red 89 in X flex set to standard
    Hybrid: Ping G 3 hybrid 19 deg with Tour 90 in S flex tipped .5 extra
    Irons: 4-P Mizuno MP-30 all weighted to D5 with DG x-100's
    Wedges: 50, 54, 58 - Ping Glide 2.0 all with DG S-400
    Putter: Mizuno Black Carbon by Bettinardi - BC-1 flamed finish
  • KDivinagraciaKDivinagracia Members Posts: 5
    Had a quick 10 minute launch monitor session with the Rogue Sub Zero with a HZRDUS yellow and I'm in love!! Swing speed was from 105-108 and was consistently in the 275-295 with a max distance of 308. Backspin was always around 2100-2300 with launch angle between 15-17. Even hit one badly off the heel and still went straight and 255.



    My 9015d with Rombaz may be in danger.
  • roadtrippin4550roadtrippin4550 Members Posts: 201
    -917 struggles with ball speed

    -Rogue Sub Zero is awesome on ball speed, but who know where it is going

    -m4 struggles with efficiency, but you can swing faster with it so that makes up for the s*** smash factor

    -m3 is decent

    -g400 max is AMAZING for the guy who does not struggle with spin

    -g400 LST is slightly behind the g400 Max only because it does not fit to nearly as many people, but for a low spin driver, and it is pretty low spin, it is an awesome driver
    WITB

    Driver: Titleist TS3 9.5 (C1) - Fujikura Atmos Tour Spec Black 7X
    3 Wood: Callaway X2 Hot Pro 15* - UST VTS Black 8x
    Hybrid: Adams Pro Mini 20* - Aerotech SteelFiber 110X
    Irons: Mizuno MP-15 - Nippon Modus Tour 130X
    Wedge: Cleveland RTX-4 50* Mid - KBS $-Taper 130X
    Wedge: Cleveland RTX-4 56* Mid - KBS $-Taper 130X
    Wedge: Cleveland RTX-4 60* Low - KBS $-Taper 130X
    Putter: Scotty Cameron Studio Stainless Newport Beach 1.5
  • osubuckeyes691osubuckeyes691 Members Posts: 900 ✭✭
    Testing my Ping 400 Max (Hzrdus T1100) against a M3 with Tensei Pro Orange 70tx and I think the Ping is in trouble...
    Taylormade M3 8.5* - Tensei Pro Orange 70TX / Cobra F9 9* Avalance - Fujikura Ventus 7x
    Taylormade 2016 M2 Deep Face 14* - Tensei Blue 90TX
    Hybrid / Driving Iron - TBD
    Srixon 745 4-PW - KBS C Taper 130x softstepped 1x
    Vokey 50* F Grind - KBS C Taper 130
    Vokey Wedgeworks 54V grind - KBS C Taper 130
    Vokey Wedgeworks 60K, low bounce - KBS C Taper 130
    Evnroll ER1.2 Armlock w/ Stability Shaft
  • kejoal11kejoal11 IYAOYAS!!!! Members Posts: 1,114 ClubWRX
    Ping G400 Max for me. Very forgiving and the ball just explodes off the face.



    G400 LST is my second favorite driver with M3 440 rounding out my top 3.
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    [font=arial, helvetica, sans-serif][background=rgb(252, 252, 252)]PING G400 Max 9* PX Hazardous T1100 6.5 75g[/background][/font]
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  • jbonjourjbonjour Members Posts: 5
    Nice reviews I love Ping G400 Max!
  • rxk9fanrxk9fan Posts: 730 ✭✭
    I can't believe that WRXers are proving that the American marketing machine is failing. Don't you know that the last 3 majors have been won using TM drivers? Plus, I don't think they are staffers either and still PING has twice as many votes here as TM. It is like you guys are actually trying things out yourself and picking what works best instead of just buying what the pros play. And with the TW following here....all I read is how TW is the only thing that moves the needle in golf. That should double the TM usage alone ;-))



    All tongue and cheek and actually a little refreshing. FWIW, I did get the best monitor numbers with the TM.
    Mizuno 190ST with Tensei Blue Stiff
    Taylormade M4 tour 3 wood with stiff [font=arial, sans-serif]Oban Kiyoshi[/font][font=arial, sans-serif]Tour Limited[/font]
    Cobra Baffler 6 with UST Elements Stiff
    Srixon U65 4i with SteelFiber R
    Mizuno Hot Metal Pro with Recoil F4
    Vokey 58, 54, 50
    Taylormade Spider X

    I am thinking about playing golf next year instead of HOing clubs!
  • Hookasaurus RexHookasaurus Rex Purveyor of fine turf Members Posts: 1,059 ✭✭
    I've been going back and forth the last 6 months between my G400 LST and G400max. I think I like the LST the best. I swear it's just as forgiving for me as the Max. I seem to be on average, a little longer with the LST as well.
    Cobra King F9 Avalanche 9* Tensei CK Pro Orange 60TX
    Cobra King LTD 3-4w Hzrdus Yellow 75 6.0
    Titleist 913h 19* Aldila Tour Green 85hs
    Cobra Forged Tec Black 4-GW Nippon Modus 3 105x
    Cobra King Black 54*, 58* Modus Wedge 115
    Taylormade Spider Limited Red
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