5 game-changing drivers to get your dad for Father’s Day

No dad is going to turn away more distance off the tee and with Father’s Day right around the corner, there’s no better time to consider gifting your dad a club that’s near the top of his wish list.

With plenty of worthy drivers on the market, we narrowed it down to 5 options for different golfing dads.

For the dad who needs a slice-buster

Callaway Big Bertha B21

This eye-catching, draw-biased driver is perfect for correcting a pesky slice, but it’s the feel at impact that left a number of our testers asking if they could immediately take the BB B21 home: “Can I give it a triple love? I love the feel, launches high and it’s extra forgiving. This was my favorite by far.”

For the tech-minded dad

Cobra RadSpeed

With an Arccos Caddie Smart sensor housed inside the grip, it’s possible to get all of your driving stats uploaded directly to your phone — in realtime.

For the dad who wants to launch it high

TaylorMade SIM2 Max

TaylorMade combined proven technologies from recent years (TwistFace, Inertia Generator, speed-injected faces, thru-slots, carbon crowns) with all-new designs to make the drivers more forgiving. Most notably, a new sole plate is made entirely of carbon composite to save weight, and there’s a blue aluminum back ring that connects the rear sole to the crown.

For the dad who likes to splurge

XXIO Prime 11

Remarkably lightweight design meets ultimate luxury and high-performance in the new XXIO Prime Woods and Irons. Experience the unprecedented distance, easy feel, and straight ball flight that you can only get from XXIO, the world leader in lightweight, high-balance point golf clubs designed exclusively for moderate swing speed golfers.

For the dad who needs some clubhead speed

Titleist TSi1

The 460cc TSi1 is nearly 40 grams lighter than standard. The light weight, and the reshaped head compared to the previous TS1 driver, means faster swing speeds for golfers. Also, like the TSi2 and TSi3 drivers, the TSi1 drivers have faces made from a special ATI 425 Aerospace Titanium material, which was originally used for military applications.

Jonathan Wall

Golf.com Editor

Jonathan Wall is GOLF Magazine and GOLF.com’s Managing Editor for Equipment. Prior to joining the staff at the end of 2018, he spent 6 years covering equipment for the PGA Tour. He can be reached at jonathan.wall@golf.com.