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!
Additional ZR3.0 Clubs
- Fitted standard with our low-torque Pinemeadow Limited Graphite Shaft for the same $99.95 value.
- Compare features, performance and price to the PING® G25 Driver.
- Shaft and Grip:
- learn more
- Face Material:
- Beta Titanium
- Body Material:
- 100% Titanium
Wil O. reviewed this product on 01/06/16 The sound of this club is like music to my ears, being an old softball player. Many won't like it, but there are different pitches of the sound depending on where you hit it on the face. I've had the club since August and I have to say the performance is pretty frickin good! I've hit some of my longest drives with this club. Driving distance comparable to my old Burner! Will have to change the flex from stiff to regular as my swing has cleaned up to give me more consistency off the tee!
charly rauscher reviewed this product on 09/19/15 This club is loud. I think someone else mentioned this; no big deal for me. When I took it to the driving range, I got no loft. However, when I used it on the golf course I got the loft I'm accustomed too. The degree is 10.5. I need to check if it carries the same as my current driver. Most times it does, But I've only had it a week. It seems to produce a fade which I always play for...could be me (fade that is).
Conor reviewed this product on 08/07/15 First off I'll say after playing baseball my whole life, a good golf swing has been a difficult thing for me to get used to. After having the club for a couple months now I've been able to straighten out my drives and man do they go a long ways! With a slice I was hitting the ball 220-240 and now straighted out I am 270-290. You can really tell when you hit a ball square because the ball just rockets off the club and just keeps going. I ordered mine with a stiff flex due to my somewhat violent swing, suits me well. Excellent customer service and would recommend to anyone trying to get into the game of golf for an affordable price.
Joe from PA rated this product on 04/03/15 ***Update*** Took it out on the course last night and wow was I impressed. I hit 10/13 fairways off of the tee which for me is probably the best I've ever done as I've only been playing since last spring. Thanks to my new golf GPS (courtesy of my Fiancee at Christmas) I was able to track distance to the exact yard. I was averaging 232 yards with a long of 247 yards. The trajectory and velocity off the tee is much better than my 460cc pinemeadow PRE driver. Both are 10.5º so I'm not sure why, but I'm "popping up" a lot less and my slices are almost non-existent. I'm used to the sound now and with a good swing it's not really that loud anyway. In a few weeks I'm sure I'll be hitting this thing 240 with ease and reducing my strokes by a few per round (shot a 98 yesterday which tied a personal best from last year). I'm in love with this club and my review is now five stars.
Joe from PA rated this product on 04/02/15 I bought this driver in January and just got a chance to go hit it last night. First let me say that Aaron at Pinemeadow and the other reviewers were right, it is LOUD! I don't really care, I actually kind of like it and I'll tell you why. My first 20-30 swings were less than impressive and sounded like I was going to break the club. I was patient knowing I hadn't swung since last October. Once I corrected my stance and weight transfer and settled down a bit I really started to feel the power this thing can produce. The driver quiets down a lot when you hit the sweet spot which is why it being loud doesn't bother me. When it's getting loud I know I'm not hitting it right and have to readjust. The response in through the shaft (Superfly graphite) up to your hands is also very telling. When you hit it correctly there's little to no feedback and the ball launches well. If you don't, you'll know it. The only reason I didn't give it a five is because I haven't really mastered it yet and it's not very forgiving. A bad strike with this will look, sound, and feel very bad. Overall, I'm quite pleased though. I feel like mastering this driver is only going to serve to improve my game over continuing to use a forgiving entry level driver.