Powerbilt Air Force One driver

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Powerbilt Air Force One driver review. Reviews of Powerbilt's new Air Force One golf driver

Powerbilt Air Force One driver
Golf Monthly Verdict

The simple but powerful look at address and heavy hitting performance were both impressive. The loud but dull sound at impact of the Powerbilt takes time to get used to. PGA Pro verdict The shaft may have looked expensive, but unfortunately the head didn't. I was disappointed with the performance too as I found the Powerbilt quite hard to hit. (John Jacobs)

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The head has been filled with nitrogen to offer weightless face support, so the face can be thinner to help the weighting to provide greater distance.

The Powerbilt Air Force One driver will suit those with slower swing speeds looking for more yards and/or anyone after a powerful but classic-looking club.


James Mason is a senior contributor for Golf Monthly magazine and editor of planetgolfreview.com and has producing destination and equipment reviews for Golf Monthly, Greenside, and Middle East Golfer magazines. He has also produced destination features for Golf World and Going for Golf magazines and interviews for Middle East Golfer and Qatar Airlines. James was captain of Coventry university golf team and now plays off a 5 handicap.