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Q: Difference between 460cc driver and 380cc driver?
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The difference between 454cc and 460cc is 6cc. In terms of volume, 460cc is larger than 454cc. This size difference can impact aspects like power output and fuel efficiency in engines.

What is the difference between a Oversized Driver and regular driver?

There is not much of a difference anymore. A regular driver used to have a small head around 360cc and an oversized one used to have around 460cc, now the club manufacturers have realised that drivers with bigger heads are better, so now all drivers are around 420-460cc. The oversized drivers used to be easier to hit because the bigger head allowed them to be a lot more forgiving. The term oversized driver doesn't really apply anymore.

Is there a difference between a wood golf club and a driver golf club?

The main differences are a fairway wood has a smaller head, more loft and a shorter shaft. Obviously the driver has a larger head to a maximum of 460cc, a loft of mainly 8.5 to 10.5 degrees, and a shaft which can be around 44-46 inches long.

What is the latest ping driver?

The latest Ping driver is the G30. Crown turbulators in the 460cc head help generate greater clubhead speed and ball velocity for consistently longer drives that find the fairway. Find out more information and get fitted here.

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Is there a 650cc golf clubhead for lefties?

Wouldn't think so. The maximum clubhead size allowed under the rules of golf is 460cc.

What is a d golf club used for?

A D golf club is the largest club in golf, it is used for drives to start par 4's and 5's. The D stands for driver. It is generally about 460cc. The D basically only used off the tee, because without the use of the tee, the ball is too low on the club, and this will result in inproper ball trajectory.

What type of shaft should you use in a golf club?

accordig to USGA rules 18 inches to 48 inches Max, (excluding a putter). I personally have a 460cc headed driver the preferable length of a 3 wood. Want to turn heads of your friends in your foursome , take your 460cc head driver customized to 3 wood length, with a low spin 2 piece distance ball...and boom it 270 off the first tee will set the tone for the day....The closest thing I will ever feel like Tiger Woods, is to have my starter tell me best drive I've seen in a long time....Hope that helps.

Illegal golf club head?

An illegal golf club head is anything that is over 460cc's They are best found on the internet. I have one that is 650cc and oh man is it HUGE! I love it. It's is definitely a conversation peice. Hope this helps, Sean

Are some golf drivers longer then others?

Yes, depending on what number they are. I don't think that drivers of the same number are usually longer than each other, though. There is a standard length but not all manufacturers follow the standard. So the same number of driver from two different makers may well be of different lengths. And it doesn't end there: Steel shafts are generally 0.5 inches shorther than graphite. Custom shafts can vary by up to 3 inches. Ladies and junior clubs are also different lengths.

What clubs have the PGA banned from use?

As early as 2005 the PGA had banned drivers which had a 460cc+ head or had a COR of greater than .83, this was to limit the distance the tour players were getting. By 2010 u-grooves will be illegal as they believe a lot of skill has been taken out of the game by these grooves which stop the ball easier on greens, even from thick rough. If you are referring to the USGA and R and A, golf's governing bodies then the driver rules as above came into effect on 1st January 2008 and the groove rule still isn't finalised but looks to be as far away as 2024!