Today’s stock driver is 45.5” long, with about 10° of loft and a 460cc clubhead. That’s too much length, too little loft and more head volume than the typical amateur can handle.
By contrast, the Pyramid Sphinx F14 measures 43.5”, with a loft of 14° and a 262cc clubhead.
Let’s sum up what that means:
The Sphinx F14’s specs offer another advantage: It allows you to hit down on the ball, instead of having to swing upward as you do with a conventional driver.
One swing for every club in the bag? It’s about time somebody simplified this game.
|Shaft flex guide|
|Flex||Average Clubhead Speed||Average Driving Distance|
|Senior Plus||70 MPH & Under||Under 175 Yards|
|Senior||70 - 80 MPH||175 - 210 Yards|
|Regular||80 - 90 MPH||210 - 250 Yards|
|Stiff||90 MPH & Over||250+ Yards|