Ben Sayers Benny RS21 driver

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Ben Sayers Benny RS21 driver review

Golf Monthly Verdict

The original Ben Sayers Benny driver was a revelation for us, offering performance levels that punched way above its price. The RS21 model also offers impressive levels of performance and scores particularly high in the forgiveness category. The graphics on the crown will help those who struggle to align their driver. The head looks huge at address, which inspires confidence. The large face helps to give added forgiveness on shots away from the sweetspot. Although the crown graphics help with alignment, they take away from the original Benny’s classic-looking head design that gained so many admirers. (Tested by GM's Paul O'Hagan) PGA Pro verdict I often choose drivers on how they look and sit, and this was not a great first impression. The graphics on the crown looked too familiar, and the face loft looked strong for a 10.5°. However things picked up on the actual test, and I found it gave a good flight if somewhat low. All of the components felt solid and the Pro-launch Axis shaft was great. I would recommend a correct fitting as always, which may lead to ‘up-lofting’ to aid ease of use. (Tested by John Jacobs)

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Ben Sayers Benny RS21 driver review

Shaft options

Grafalloy ProLaunch stiff and regular

Will suit

Those looking to hit the ball straighter and more consistently from the tee, as well as players who struggle to align the ball correctly with their current driver.

Key technology

The all-titanium head of the Ben Sayers Benny RS21 driver has a new weight technology system that gives greater consistency and added power. Extra weight is placed in both the rear and towards the heel to help create the optimum launch angle.


Paul joined Golf Monthly in 2006 in a junior role and has since worked as senior staff writer and now as technical editor. He writes equipment and instruction content and tests the vast majority of golf clubs that are introduced every year.