GOLF SQUARE HEAD DRIVER
GOLF SQUARE HEAD DRIVERS ARE MORE FORGIVING
By Ken Liebeskind
The golf square head driver was introduced in 2007 and two years later it has grown in popularity because golfers are benefitting from its forgiving nature. The golf square head driver was designed to move the weight away from the club face to create a more stable club head that won't twist in mishits. The golf square head driver relocates the weight away from the clubhead's center of gravity, creating a higher moment of inertia that leads to more stability and makes the ball go straighter and farther. It optimizes how the club reacts to hitting shots anywhere on the face, so it naturally wants to hit straight shots.
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Callaway and Nike are the manufacturers that came up with the first popular golf square head drivers and pros including Tiger Woods, Phil Mickeslon and K.J. Choi have tested them. Both companies have introduced new models in 2009.
A golf square head driver that will fit your budget is the Condor SQ Weighted Driver from www.scientificgolfclubs.com. Its online price is less than one third the price of the square head drivers that sell for at least $400. But the Condor SQ Weighted Driver isn't cheap. It's a powerful club with a club head coated with armor-piercing metal once used by the military that increases distance. You'll hit the ball five percent farther with the Condor SQ Weighted Driver than other popular golf square head drivers with accuracy increased by 27 percent thanks to the square head design.
NGC Golf is the company renowned for its scientifically designed golf clubs. It is proud to offer a golf square head driver that beats the competition in length and accuracy.