Five new drivers to help your golf game

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TaylorMade Burner Draw It's for: Mid- and highhandicappers TaylorMade's Burner driver was the industry's top seller through the summer. Burner Draw may not sell the same numbers, but it will prove more effective for those who fight a slice. This stick has the most draw bias in the line, even outdueling r7 Draw, with five yards more draw, plus five yards longer carry. You can see that the head shape is heel-biased. (Changing shape is one way to move weight.) Burner Draw comes in a lightweight, extra-long (46-inch) shaft. $299, graphite; taylormadegolf.com Tell us what you think and see what other GOLF.com readers said about this club.
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Srixon Z-RW It's for: All players This big dog is all about maximizing results on off-center hits. Four distinct bulge and roll zones — high toe, low toe, high heel and low heel — optimize the club's gear effect to minimize dispersion. Behind the clubface is a "starburst" design that allows it to deform more uniformly on contact. So you get improved forgiveness and distance when you don't nut it. $299, graphite; srixon.com Tell us what you think and see what other GOLF.com readers said about this club.
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Cobra L4V It's for: All players This may be Cobra's longest and most forgiving driver ever. The L4V is at the conformance limit for four variables: size (460 cc), moment of inertia (5,900), COR (0.83) and dimension (5" x 5", heel to toe and face to rear). To hit its mark, LV4 has a titanium body with 50-gram tungsten back weight and a lightweight composite in the crown and sole. The crown weighs just half of what it would in titanium. The milled face insert has a dual rhombus pattern to maximize ball speed across a larger area of the clubface. $399, graphite; cobragolf.com Tell us what you think and see what other GOLF.com readers said about this club.
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Nickent 3DX Tour Square It's for: Low-handicappers This is the latest model to join the square-head tsunami sweeping the game. The idea, of course, is to push more weight to the extreme back heel and toe. In turn, this increases the club's ability to resist twisting on your mis-hits. The 3DX Tour Square looks similar to but has a different output than the current 3DX Square driver. It uses a thicker, heavier crown to initiate a slightly lower-launching, lower-spinning ball flight. $199, graphite; nickentgolf.com Tell us what you think and see what other GOLF.com readers said about this club.
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KZG GF 460 It's for: All players KZG is a boutique custom-fitting firm that sells only its own club designs through a team of certified fitters. The GF 460, the company's entry in the moveable-weight genre, has two recessed chambers for weight plugs. The plugs come in 11/2, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10 and 12 grams. KZG recommends that one of its professional fitters determine the proper weight placement to optimize your club for launch, ball flight and overall performance. $409, steel; $439, graphite; kzgolf.com