Three of the best: 2013's most forgiving drivers

Golfmagic take a look at three of the most forgiving drivers for sale in 2013

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Tue, 15 Oct 2013

Three of the best: 2013's most forgiving drivers
1. PING G25

1. PING G25

The PING G25 has a large, forgiving head which allows you to stand over the ball with maximum confidence.

It’s the six generation in PING’s G series and is the first to go adjustable, allowing the loft to be tweaked half a degree up or down.

The large face and high MOI all combine to create an extremely forgiving driver – grip it and rip it!

1. PING G25 - £239.99

The PING G25 has a large, forgiving head which allows you to stand over the ball with maximum confidence.

It’s the six generation in PING’s G series and is the first to go adjustable, allowing the loft to be tweaked half a degree up or down.

The large face and high MOI all combine to create an extremely forgiving driver – grip it and rip it!

2. Titleist 913 D2 - £344

The 913 D2 is bigger, better and importantly more forgiving than the 910 D2. The big head makes hitting the ball straight a doddle and the club even has a slight draw bias to help prevent the disastrous fade.

"The new 913D2 and 913D3 drivers offer the highest performance of any adjustable drivers on the market, particularly when it comes to speed and forgiveness," said Titleist Vice Preisdent of Research and Development Dan Stone. "Every serious golfer, from tour players to amateurs of all skill levels, will experience more distance potential and better driving performance with 913."

3. Mizuno JPX 825 - £249

Mizuno is known for its incredible irons but it is also starting to make headway with its putters and drivers as well as balls.

The Japanese company has recently released new putters and now have their first ball on the market and in addition they also have some fantastic drivers out.

The JPX 825 has an internal weighting system which makes it one of the most forgiving drivers on the market.