3. Nicklaus Dual Point Fast Back £149

An asymmetrical wedge-shaped head positions weight towards the shaft to reduce the effect of slices. Suited to golfers who want to straighten out a fade and like modern-shaped drivers.

Review: Nicklaus Dual Point Fastback driver


4. Cleveland Launcher £229

The head is 21% bigger than the previous Launcher. A Fujikura Fit-On Flightspeed shaft gives control and distance. Suited to golfers who are looking for high-flying distance and gain confidence from a bigger head.

Review: Cleveland Launcher driver
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Gallery: Cleveland Launcher driver pictures


5. Callaway Diablo £239

The all-titanium head with a variable-thickness hyperbolic face should improve ball speed on off-centre hits. Suited to golfers who are looking for extra distance and equire help to develop a draw.

Gallery: Callaway Diablo driver pictures
Opinion: Callaway Diablo driver blog


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