Are you sick of chipping out from the right trees on every hole you hit driver on? Have a look at our list of best drivers that will help correct your slice

The 2023 season is here, which means there’s a whole host of new drivers out that are supposed to help correct your slice, but which draw-bias drivers really work?

We’ve hit them in the sun, in the rain, abroad, at home, in the heat, in the snow, on the course and in a simulator room with TaylorMade TP5 golf balls using TrackMan to create honest reviews you can actually trust.

To help you stop slicing the ball again over towards the left trees, we’ve scoured our data to put together a list of the best golf drivers for slicers.

The best drivers 2023 is a contains a huge list of golf clubs this year, so knowing which category you fit into is more important than ever before. Sure, knowing the best driver 2023 might make you feel better, but that club might not be right for your game.

With that in mind, here are the best drivers for slicers. The top drivers are draw biased offerings that will suit players who have heavy fades and tend to slice the ball quite often.

Best golf drivers for slicers 2023

TaylorMade Stealth 2 HD Driver

5 star review
TaylorMade Stealth 2 HD driver

Reviewed by Jack Backhouse

The point of the Stealth 2 is to give players who struggle with tee shots a driver that is easy to launch, performs well on off-centre hits and gets the ball in play more often, and that is exactly what the Stealth 2 HD delivers.

TaylorMade have added more carbon to the Stealth 2 and have been able to save weight around the head, which allows them to add more to the heel and move the centre of gravity further back and closer to the heel to provide high launch and maximum draw.

I believe that this driver is going to be a real hit in 2023. It is remarkably easy to hit, and because of it’s good looks, it will appeal to more than just the slicers of the golfing world.

I am sure there are golfers out there that hit the ball far enough, so just want a new driver that is more forgiving and easier to get into play. The Stealth 2 HD is precisely the driver these golfers are looking for. It’s undoubtedly one of the best golf drivers for someone with a slice.


  • Hugely forgiving
  • Great launch characteristics
  • Draw features really work


  • Limited stock shaft options

  • RELATED: Read the full TaylorMade Stealth 2 HD review HERE

Lofts: 9°, 10.5°, 12°

Featured shaft: Fujikura Speeder NX Red: S (60g) R & A (50g)

More information: TaylorMade Website

Callaway Paradym X Driver

4.5 star review

Reviewed By Hannah Holden

As with the rest of the Paradym range, this is a great-looking driver. Looking at this at address, the club head is more elongated than the rest of the family. This is to allow Callaway to get more weight low and back so this club is easier to launch and is more forgiving., so it’s the ideal best golf driver for a slice.

The big new technology in this range is the 360° Carbon Chassis. This essentially means the whole main body of the driver is made from carbon.

Callaway have really changed how their drivers look in address position compared to last year’s Rogue ST. The first big change is that the crown now has a gloss finish. I love this change and think a dark glossy crown looks great behind the golf ball. The shaping is much more compact which I massively prefer, and I also like the new matt alignment feature on the front of the crown.

I loved how easy-to-hit this model felt, and I think this would really suit mid to high-handicap golfers, but personally for my game, it launched too high and spun too much to put in play. I do think this could be dialled in with a proper custom fitting though.


  • Great dispersion
  • Very consistent carry distances
  • Forgiving on off-centre strikes


  • Ball flight may be too high for some

  • RELATED: Read the full Callaway Paradym X Driver review HERE

Lofts: 8°, 9°, 10.5°

Featured shafts:
Project X Hzrdus Black 60g R
Mitsubishi Chemical Kai’li White 60g S, X – 70g S, X

More information: Callaway website

Cobra Aerojet Max Driver

5 star review
Cobra Aerojet Max driver review

Reviewed By Hannah Holden

Straight away, it was clear just how much more draw bias this was than the Aerojet or the Aerojet LS models. I didn’t have one ball finish to the right of the target line, which is perfect for players struggling with a slice and want to straighten out their ball flight with an anti slice driver.

Overall this is another great driver from Cobra. It is seriously worth checking out if you are fed up with missing the fairway to the right and also if you want something easy to hit high and need a driver that spins more.

It is also worth noting that the sole features adjustable weights that allow you to adjust the ball flight further. Two weights, one 12 grams and the other 3 grams, sit in the sole of the club head.

Add the heavy weight in the heel if you want more draw bias. If you want a more neutral ball flight, add the heaviest weight to the rear of the club head. During my testing I had this club in the neutral setting so there is definitely more draw bias to be had, should you want it.

Overall this is another great driver from Cobra. It is seriously worth checking out if you are fed up of missing the fairway to the right and also if you want something easy to hit high and need a driver that spins more.


  • Great distance
  • Will suit lots of golfers
  • Very draw bias
  • Great adjustable hosel


  • Some players may spin too much

  • RELATED: Read the full Cobra Aerojet MAX Driver review HERE

Lofts: 9°, 10.5° & 12°

Stock shafts: MCA Kai’li Blue 60, UST Helium Nanocore

Grip: Lamkin Crossline

More information: Cobra website

Ping G430 SFT Driver

5 star review
ping g430 sft driver review

Reviewed by Jack Backhouse

As soon as you pick up the G430 SFT, you almost sigh with relief as its profile is much bigger than a lot of the other brands’ new drivers this year. The Ping has a shallow face and an elongated head, which makes it feel massive and that the sweet spot is huge.

Ping have also added their Spinsistency technology to the drivers in the G430 range. This means that strikes from low or high locations on the face will spin more consistently, which produces more predictable, longer shots.

This driver is a real contender to be my gamer for the 2023 season. I don’t normally go for a draw driver, but this was so easy to hit AND long that it gives you the confidence not many drivers give you. Driving is such an important part of the game now that if you can find something that is forgiving and long, you’d be a fool not to use it.


  • Sounds brilliant
  • Consistent flight from all strike locations
  • Adjustable weight means draw features really work
  • Plenty of shaft options


  • It will not suit a player who already draws the ball

  • RELATED: Read the full Ping G430 SFT review HERE

Lofts: 10.5°

Featured shafts: Alta CB Black 55/65/70; Ping Tour 2.0 Chrome 65/75/85; Ping Tour 2.0 Black 65/75; Alta Quick 35/45; Project X Hzrdus Smoke Red RDX 50/60/70; Mitsubishi Kai’li White 60/70

More information: Ping website

Wilson Dynapwr Driver

4.5 star review
wilson dynapwr

Reviewed by Jack Backhouse

Straight away, the shaping is very different; it’s now much more pear-shaped than before and looks solid behind the ball. The red detailing is subtle but frames the head nicely. The head feels quite light in the swing, which encourages you to swing hard, which I really like.

On average, I carried this 262.4 yards, with my longest at 271. This is exceedingly long as I tested this club on a frosty morning at -2 degrees, so I wasn’t expecting much in terms of distance and clubhead speed.

The 156.4 mph average ball speed is pretty good, with my fastest at 162.6 mph probably one of the fasted ball speeds I’ve seen on test this year, so huge props to Wilson for that.

We can thank artificial intelligence for this impressive speed. Wilson, like many other brands this year, have enlisted the help of computers and A.I. to run thousands of calculations to produce a club face with variable thickness to maximise ball speeds.

Forgiveness is a huge factor when it comes to picking the right driver, and this has to be one of the most forgiving out available at the moment. It is also incredibly adjustable, which we didn’t see in last year’s driver, but this is a huge win for golfers who can now really customise their shot shape.


  • Smaller, more classic shape
  • Very forgiving
  • Centred hits gave very competitive ball speeds compared to more expensive drivers
  • Will suit slower swing speeds


  • Non-centred centre of gravity won’t suit players who hook the ball

  • RELATED: Read the full Wilson Dynapwr review HERE

Lofts: 9˚, 10.5˚, 13˚

Featured shafts: Fujkura Ventus Blue & Project X HZRDUS Smoke Red RDX

Grips: Lamkin Crossline 360

Best Drivers for Slicers

How do we test drivers?

At National Club Golfer we are passionate about producing accurate and thorough reviews and make sure our testing process is rigorous so we get a good understanding of how each club performs.

Each driver is hit with TP5 golf balls to allow us to collect launch monitor data with our in-house TrackMan and Flightscope. After this it is time to head out onto the golf course and test the clubs in practice and competition play. We do this across a variety of golf clubs in our base of Yorkshire.

What is important when buying a new driver?

When buying a new driver it is important to know what you want from that club to help you improve.

Most people are looking for more distance, each driver model is optimised for different things. Depending on your swing and your impact conditions, you may not actually hit the model that is advertised as the longest, the furthest. So if you want more distance it is always worth giving different models a hit before you make a decision.

For most golfers, especially high handicappers, something that is more forgiving is going to yield the best performance. Most forgiving golf drivers have a slightly bigger club head with perimeter weighting for high MOI. They also have a center of gravity that is further back to help players get more height on their shots.

Do you want something that is draw bias? There are so many models out there to help with slice correction, it would be silly not to take a look if you see your ball disappearing into the right trees too often. A closed face and draw bias weighting can get you hitting straighter shots in no time at all.

Don’t forget about the shaft either. Getting the correct shaft can help dial in your spin, launch angle and can also give you some extra distance. Having a club fitting or trying different options with your local pro can really improve the performance of your new driver.

How To Use A Golf Driver

Driving the ball well is one of the most difficult skills in golf to master, but it’s a vital ingredient to improving your golf and being a good player. After the basics of tee the ball up high enough, widening your stance and moving the ball forward in your stance, how do you go about improving?

Check out this video where Equipment Editor Hannah Holden and PGA Professional Jack Backhouse go through some drills you can do to start getting better.

How To Draw The Ball In Golf With a Driver

Learning to draw the ball and fixing your slice makes driving the golf ball a lot further, as not only will you hit it a lot further, but you will be able to control your ball better in the wind and on doglegs.

Hannah and Jack have made a useful video to help you understand why the ball is not drawing, and what to work on to get it drawing properly, which you can check out HERE

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Jack Backhouse

Jack is a PGA Golf Professional who specialises in coaching. He also loves his golf equipment and getting into the data of the latest clubs on the market. Jack has quickly become a go-to for expertise on a wide range of golf products but specialises in reviewing hardware. If you are looking for some new golf clubs make sure you have checked out his latest driver, fairway wood or iron reviews. He previously worked in wealth management, all of this means that number crunching and launch monitors are his favourite thing in the world. Jack is a member at Sandmoor Golf Club and regularly gets out on the golf course to maintain his scratch handicap.

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