We really liked this driver despite its slightly unusual rectangular clubface. The aero-pentagon shape has been softened a little from the Nanospeed i, and we got a great ball flight whether swinging smoothly or going after it a bit.
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An enlarged sweetspot and Aero-Pentagon head shape helps create maximum ball speed and forgiveness across the clubface. The Yonex Nanospeed 3i driver should suit golfers who prefer modern shaped drivers, want a 460cc head that doesn't look too bulky, and like the traditional Yonex feel.
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