Draw drivers commonly come with graphite shafts that have flex and torque optimized for the particular club face loft and angle design.
Although drivers with offset shafts are designed to help with slices, all offset drivers are not draw drivers — but some draw drivers have offset shafts.
What does a draw setting on a driver do?
Adjusting Draw or Fade Bias
Some drivers help golfers achieve a draw bias through lie angle, pushing the toe in the air to make it more upright and promote a draw. Many others allow players to shift some weight laterally, particularly toward the heel to promote a draw.
What is a draw bias driver?
Switching golfers who want less slice or fade to a draw-biased driver means more distance and improved accuracy because it fundamentally changes launch conditions. It might produce more spin, and while less spin can get you more distance, a lot of these players need more spin to keep the ball in the air.”
How do you draw a golf ball with a driver?
Golf Draw Method (Easier Version)
- Set up so that the club face is aiming slightly to the right of your target.
- Aim your feet, hips and shoulders further to the right than the club face (this will, in effect, give the club face a closed position in relation to the swing path, imparting draw spin on the golf ball).
What is the best draw driver?
Here are the best golf drivers you can buy:
- Best overall: Ping G400 Max.
- Best for fixing a slice: Callaway Rogue Draw.
- Best adjustable: Wilson C300.
- Best for swing forgiveness: Cobra King F8.
- Best affordable: TaylorMade AeroBurner Driver.