Five new drivers that add power and forgiveness to tee shots.

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Drop some weight Moving mass lower in the clubhead adds length and more forgiveness. Callaway FT-i Tour Low CG Research showed that the original FT-i driver produced too much backspin in the hands of faster swingers. The new FT-i Tour Low CG counters this problem with its lower (by 0.200-inches) center of gravity. Bottom line: If you swing in excess of 100 mph (or have a steep attack angle), you'll see lower spin and the same forgiveness as the FT-i (the two models have an identical head shape). At a 100 mph swing speed, for example, the Tour Low CG spins 500 to 600 rpm less. This translates to six yards more carry plus roll. Lastly, its face angle at address is 0.5° open, whereas FT-i is 1° closed. This big stick comes in both Neutral and Draw settings. $529, graphite
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Cleveland HiBore XLS A 17-percent larger clubface than its predecessor (the HiBore XL) means you get higher ball speeds over a larger area of the face (think larger trampoline versus smaller one). Two internal titanium ribs connect the crown to the sole; this rigid support structure limits vibration and improves impact sound. The XLS comes in standard (square face angle at address), Tour (lower flight, more fade bias, 2° open) and Draw (highest flight, offset hosel, 3° closed). The Fujikura Fit-On M Gold shaft is more tip flexible, to increase launch and draw bias; Fit-On M Red has a firmer feel and reduces spin for high-ball-speed players. $299, graphite
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Cobra Speed LD The Speed LD has a more circular-shaped clubface than last year's version, to boost ball speed on mis-hits. Deeper dimples on the crown and more body tilt from face to rear shift the center of gravity location lower and more rearward. This creates a higher MOI (formerly 5,000 g/cm2, now 5,200), for tighter dispersion on off-center hits, increased launch and lower spin. Internal ribs contribute to LD's improved impact sound, which has a higher pitch, shorter duration and lower decibel level than last year's model. $299, graphite
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Tour Edge Exotics XCG For starters, the cup-shaped titanium face and magnesium crown is combo-bonded to a stainless steel body. This bonding process, or channel-locking mechanism, requires less weight than typical welding or glue. The light magnesium crown —half the mass of titanium — saves additional grams, which are ultimately redistributed to the sole. Magnesium also serves as a vibration dampener, which helps contribute to a pleasing sound. The XCG face varies in thickness, which works to boost COR across more of it. $399, graphite Note: A club's ability to close through impact, or "angular momentum," is determined by its CG location.
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Wilson Spine The firm uses a recessed titanium crown to push weight from the center to the club's perimeter, for enhanced forgiveness on heel and toe strikes. (The head's MOI is 4,900 g/cm2.) Angling the lightweight crown (0.5-millimeter thick) moves the club's center of gravity lower. This decreases spin on contact and increases the vertical gear effect. A 46-inch shaft is standard. The "spine" improves impact acoustics and reinforces the crown. $299, graphite