If you’re looking to upgrade your drivers for next year and are having trouble finding solid drivers that are acceptable in terms of distance, then you might want to consider upgrading your old drivers with a new bunker driver. The new bunker driver by Standard Golf, the Chief, is the first of it’s kind. Unlike many other drivers on the market, the Chief is not only long but it is extremely accurate. The main reason this is the case is because of the fact that the camber of the wedge is lower than most drivers on the market. This makes the ball fly farther and straighter than drivers of similar design.
Once you learn how to use the sand trap and the flat sand you will have no problem using this driver and getting great distance. The other thing about this driver that sets it apart from others is it has a nice and smooth side slice. This means you don’t get a big open toe into the sand when you hit it. With any driver that has a nice and open toe you end up either slicing the ball or hooking it which is not what you want when you are trying to get your ball in the air and make it go as far as possible. With the straighter and smoother side slice, you end up with a better chance of hitting the fairway woods and not your putter or other clubs.
The overall value of this driver is hard to beat. If you are looking for a faster and more aggressive sandal, then you may not want to buy this one, but if you are looking for a stable and comfortable ride on a course that has plenty of bunkers, then upgrading to the Chuntons is the way to go. They are an excellent choice for on-course rakes and they look like they would really go well in any situation. For those who are still on the fence about getting a chanson, I suggest you take a few drives with it and then decide whether you want to give it a try.