Nike SQ Dymo2 STR8-FIT and Nike SQ Dymo STR8-FIT drivers
Both the square and classic shaped STR8-FIT drivers can be set up in eight different positions to create the required shot shapes and flights. These set-ups range from 2° closed to 2° open and when modified they also vary the lie angle from 58° to 62°. The drivers are adjusted by unscrewing the head from the shaft and reinserting it in a different position. A new 360° grip is designed to feel exactly the same, no matter which position the driver is set at. £360.
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Cleveland Launcher driver
The face is 21% larger than the original Launcher and is made as thin as possible so that the majority of weight can be moved back in the head. £219.
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Callaway FT-iQ driver
The carbon composite head is more aerodynamic than the original FT-i, which helps increase clubhead speed. £379.
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