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what is the best golf driver for a 60 year old guy?

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The Cleveland Launcher 2006 TI460 Driver is the one I got my dad. I read a bunch of reviews and asked the advice of my cousin who's really into sports. I don't know much about golf, honestly, but I think what people told me was probably true, because my dad was thrilled when he saw it. Below is a list of other recommendations, but I think the Cleveland Launcher 2006 TI460 Driver is probably the best choice. 1) TaylorMade r7 Quad The r7 Quad is a do-it-yourself driver: change the launch conditions by adjusting four removable tungsten screws. A golfer can thereby alter the center of gravity, raise or lower the trajectory, create a draw bias or fade bias. Therefore, the r7 Quad requires some basic equipment knowledge; its hefty pricetag requires some bucks. But TaylorMade's creation is a technological breakthrough that heralds near-term development of the driver. 2) KZG Gemini The KZG Gemini was originally ruled non-conforming by the USGA, which found the face too "hot" despite the fact ... more
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The Cleveland Launcher 2006 TI460 Driver is the one I got my dad. I read a bunch of reviews and asked the advice of my cousin who's really into sports. I don't know much about golf, honestly, but I think what people told me was probably true, because my dad was thrilled when he saw it. Below is a list of other recommendations, but I think the Cleveland Launcher 2006 TI460 Driver is probably the best choice. 1) TaylorMade r7 Quad The r7 Quad is a do-it-yourself driver: change the launch conditions by adjusting four removable tungsten screws. A golfer can thereby alter the center of gravity, raise or lower the trajectory, create a draw bias or fade bias. Therefore, the r7 Quad requires some basic equipment knowledge; its hefty pricetag requires some bucks. But TaylorMade's creation is a technological breakthrough that heralds near-term development of the driver. 2) KZG Gemini The KZG Gemini was originally ruled non-conforming by the USGA, which found the face too "hot" despite the fact ... more

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