2020 Demo Event Sneak Peek: Drivers

Drivers that help you find more fairways. Light drivers that assist you in swinging faster. From TaylorMade to Callaway, and Cobra, 2020 offered a significant number of impressive drivers.

If you’ve been looking to upgrade your big dog, our Demo Event is the perfect opportunity to get some of this year’s top models from golf’s biggest brands, for less. We have moved this year’s demo event online and it kicks off Thursday, November 5th, at 12:00 pm (noon) ET. This year we have the largest assortment ever of demo product available and it is your best chance to get some of the latest and greatest clubs golf has to offer that have been gently used with some big savings attached.

Here’s a look at some of the hottest drivers that you will want to consider at Golf Town’s Demo Event.

TaylorMade SIM, SIM Max & SIM Max-D

SIM brings all the tech of the previous generations of TaylorMade drivers (TwistFace, Speed Injection) while adding an asymmetric sole that increases speed and MOI. If you want to get the most adjustable version, the standard SIM is going to be the best choice, while those seeking the forgiveness of a larger head will turn to the Max, and those who slice will want to consider Max-D.

Who Plays It: You’ll find SIM drivers in the bags of some of the top players in the world, like Dustin Johnson, Rory McIlroy, Jon Rahm, Tiger Woods, Collin Morikawa, and Jason Day.

Callaway Mavrik, Mavrik MAX & Sub-Zero 

With three versions—standard, low-spin (Sub-Zero) and one offering more forgiveness and a larger head (MAX), Callaway says this is its fastest driver yet. The MAX offers the most draw bias, while the Sub-Zero is the low spin version.

Who Plays It: Canadian Adam Hadwin, Xander Schaffele and Lefty himself Phil Mickelson all played Mavrik in 2020.

 

Cobra SPEEDZONE & SPEEDZONE Extreme

Everything about this driver screams fast! Golfers with more consistent swings are going to want to consider the KING SPEEDZONE model, while those who need something a bit more forgiving will benefit from the XTREME model.

Who Plays It: The man who made headlines this year for his driving distance, Bryson DeChambeau, as well as Rickie Fowler and LPGA star Lexi Thompson.

PING G410

There’s lots of talk about ball speeds and spin, as manufacturers eke out every last bit of speed from the face. PING isn’t ignoring that—G410 is fast—but continues to work on designing a driver that will keep you from flying your tee shots into the woods or hooking into ponds. With the highest forgiveness in the business, and now with more adjustability, G410 is ideal for the player who wants to consistently find fairways.

Who Plays It: Canadians  Mackenzie Hughes & Corey Connersas well as Viktor Hovland and Cameron Champ all play the G410.

Titleist TS1, TS2, TS3, TS4

With four versions—TS2 is for the player who wants explosive speed and forgiveness across the face. The TS3 is for the player who wants tuned distance, adjustable CG and dynamic forgiveness. The player with a moderate swing speed player seeking an ultra-lightweight driver. TS4 is for the high-spin player looking to reduce spin.

Who Plays It: Brand Ambassador Justin Thomas, Jordan Spieth &  Ian Poulter all played a TS driver in 2020.

What is a Demo Club?

The clubs available in our Demo Event have been previously used by another player. This may have been outside or in an indoor simulator. Each demo club has been cleaned and inspected by a Golf Town expert before being shipped to certify that it will perform like new!

Our online Demo Event starts November 5 at 12pm ET on golftown.com. Be sure to sign on early to get the best selection of 2020 Demo Clubs from top brands!

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12 thoughts on “2020 Demo Event Sneak Peek: Drivers”

  1. Will the club descriptions include all pertinent info: LH – RH, Loft, Shaft weight and flex rating etc.
    Thanks

    Mike

    1. Thank you for reaching out. Yes, the club descriptions will include all pertinent info: LH – RH, Loft, Shaft weight and flex.