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The Verdict: Sometimes you can make the face more flexible by looking beyond the part of the club that actually hits the ball. That’s why the full-size, higher-launching, slightly draw-bias 565 and the compact, mid-launching 765 use a face design that wraps deeper around the crown and sole for better off-center-hit performance. Both help even worse hits through a stepped sole design. This structure deforms at impact and springs forward to contribute to the flexing of the face. It also stores weight low and deep for better stability. The result is two drivers that play more forgiving than they look.
Loft: 9.5, 10.5 (adjustable +1/-1)
Street Price: $450
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Player Comments
  • low-Handicapper
    There's nothing wrong with its basic looks, especially when you're splitting the fairway all day long. Every hit felt and sounded like I flushed it.
  • mid-Handicapper
    Simple adjustability in a clean, tight look. I was surprised by the pop it delivers.
  • mid-Handicapper
    Technology nicely hidden here. I hit it straight, felt like I could hit in the fairway all day long. Very forgiving.
  • high-Handicapper
    Here's a less-is-more approach. I always felt like I was in control. It's a very comfortable driver to swing.