ZR 3.0 Driver
The ZR3.0 line is the newest installment in our flagship ZR series that we've proudly produced since 2006. It's a brand new design for us, featuring a full line of clubs including the driver, woods, hybrids, and irons.
The ZR3.0 driver features a lower center of gravity, which increase launch angle to create larger carry distances. Don't miss out on the opportunity to leave yourself with shorter approach shots.
You'll notice an alignment feature on the top (crown) of the club. This is designed to help with staying true to your target angle at address. Plus, it just looks cool!
- Fitted standard with our low-torque Pinemeadow Limited Graphite Shaft for the same $109.95 value.
- Compare features, performance and price to the PING® G25 Driver.
- Shaft and Grip:
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- Face Material:
- Beta Titanium
- Body Material:
- 100% Titanium
Cody rated this product on 08/13/14 First off let me start off by saying that this driver is LOUD. Its not a problem for me, but if you are someone who prefers a quieter this is not your club. I find this driver to be somewhat harder to control than my previous drivers. I think its that when I didn't hit my other drivers in the sweet spot it was a little more forgiving, but if you hit this driver in the spot it performs flawlessly. The launch angle is high and it carries far. I like this for hitting over hazards and bunkers and can almost always clear them with the distance this club produces. The head cover that comes with the club is very simplistic but seems to be of good quality which I really appreciate. Over all I like this club quite a bit. It beats paying over $200 for a (name brand).
Jay E rated this product on 07/31/14 I had high hopes for this driver, but it has not delivered. The company delivered quickly and the customization was spot on, but the club is anything but fantastic. I hit my first drive and the first thing I noticed was the sound...my buddies thought I had an aluminum bat and was hitting a softball. As the ball flew off the club, it made an immediate right turn into the woods. Now I'm not a scratch golfer, but have been playing for more than 35yrs and know how to hit a driver straight. I played the front nine and managed to only hit one fairway and did it by overcorrecting. On the turn I put the club back in my truck and continued with my old driver (shot 5 strokes better on the back after the switch). Again, very good company, but I'm dissapointed in the driver.