Originally Posted by Chef
When your teeing off.... you want a long range driver, right?
No. Not if you're new.
You probably haven't developed the snap and form yet to make a distance driver behave like it should. You'll find that most drivers do about the same thing.. When you really develop a snap you'll start to notice a difference.
Best to learn with midranges, and fairway drivers. Start with Rocs, cheetahs, leopards, sharks, cobras, etc... When you start to see consistency, and start to turn these over on long drives, move on to some flippy drivers such as roadrunners, valkyries, monarchs, sidewinders, etc...