Golf's biggest brands are hitting the anti-slice market in a big way with their driver offerings in 2021. So we put them head to head
In this anti-slice driver review 2021, I visited Rudding Park to put three anti-slice driver models to the test.
Anti-slice driver review 2021
Now, this is never been a problem for me, so I roped in NCG’s resident ‘power fader’ Alex Perry to put the TaylorMade SIM2 Max D, Ping G425 SFT, and Callaway Big Bertha B21 through their paces to see which driver has the most significant reduction in the amount of fade on the ball’s fight.
So which driver came out on top for Alex? Hit the play button below to reveal the results…
All clothing and shoes used in my videos are supplied by FootJoy. This video was filmed at Rudding Park Golf Club.
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