When everyone seems to be being told during the pandemic to maintain social distancing, engage in outdoor activities and stay active, golf is probably the greatest options available. Unsurprisingly, golf has boomed since businesses and amenities began ‘slowly reopening’ in April and May. As one of the first ‘safe’ spaces to be capable to return to business, interest in sports soon followed. An avid golfer, Jonathan Mael believes golf will continue to be a ‘pandemic safe’ sport well into 2021 and has compiled a list of golf clubs and drivers for players of each level.
Whether you are an avid golfer or a beginner, Jonathan Mael explains that it is never too late to learn. Not only does golf benefit your mental well-being, reduce stress and anxiety, and supply you with the opportunity to socialize safely, but it is also easy to learn. With so many choices on the market, Jonathan Mael outlines some of the top picks for 2021.
Callaway Epic Flash Sub Zero is a terrific driver for your 2021 needs if you have experience with the game. Jonathan Mael explains that this driver is equipped with a sliding weight of 12 grams to help control the flight of the ball. Designed to get players with faster and better swing results, these drivers give players the go-to distance And feel—a winning combination according to Mael. He claims that it is hard to find a driver that ticks all the boxes, but it definitely does.
If you are an avid golfer, you have possibly heard of the next driver: the TaylorMade M6. Jonathan Mael explains that several top level golfers have spoken openly about the club’s ability to create a higher ball velocity than any other potential rider on the market. While this club lacks adjustable weights, the M6 is more of a ‘set it and forget it’ option. The M6 has seen plenty of increased range and forgiveness compared to the M4 model, making it a terrific choice for amateurs.
The Cobra F9 Speedback is not an award-winning company for having the best performing drivers; however, these new and improved drivers prove otherwise. Jonathan Mael explains that this is the longest driver the company has ever put out. The black carbon fiber crown is the only one of its kind on the market. Focusing on all handicap levels, not just low or high, these drivers can be configured to suit every golfer out there.
Finally, for a more cost-effective option, Jonathan Mael suggests the Mizuno ST190. As probably the greatest drivers on the market, Mizuno has only just started to make a name for themselves in the wedge and driver market. Producing a low spin rate, the club head is smooth, black, and has a really pleasant sound. This driver offers excellent ball speed and distance and is the perfect choice for somebody just starting out.