Award-winning design and engineering team utilized a uniquely-designed, premium titanium clubface and precisely-matched graphite shaft to deliver superior results to the amateur golfer. (See test results below…)
Factory-direct, no-retail pricing means you receive top-tier, no-compromise quality and performance at a price you can’t believe – backed by an industry-best money-back guarantee you just won’t find in stores.
We’re confident once you see what this new driver can do for the consistency and accuracy of your tee shots, you’re going to want to try one for yourself. So, we’ll make it easier than ever to do that today.
This is NOT your typical driver.
If you consistently bomb 275- or 300-yard tee shots straight down the fairway without a slice or a hook in sight, you can stop reading right now because this driver is not for you. Buy any ol’ name-brand driver that you see used on tour and call it a day.
Speaking of which… you will NEVER see this club in the hands of your favorite touring pro or at your local sporting goods store.
It’s true that members of our design and engineering team have worked at some of the biggest equipment manufacturers in golf. They’ve designed clubs you’ve seen played by the best-known names on tour, and they’ve developed several of the most recognizable golf innovations in recent years…
It’s also true that we went through the same painstaking design process and applied the same attention to detail as the big equipment brands do. And just like them, we cut no corners when selecting materials or testing the product.
But when we sat down to create the driver I’m about to show you, we had a very different outcome in mind.
There are dozens of drivers on the market, and it seems like every year, at least one or two companies come out with their latest and greatest innovation packed full of technology to help you hit it a mile.
You might even hear well-known tour pros raving about the wonders these new drivers have done for their swings.
(Their swings are not your swing. This is important, and it’s a huge reason why you struggle so much with your driver. Keep this in mind; it’s key, and we’ll get back to it in a minute.)
For amateur golfers, these very same new drivers are often the most frustrating, maddeningly inconsistent clubs in the bag.
Sound familiar? And do you really care if a club launches the ball a country mile if it ends up in the trees more often than the fairway?
We didn’t think so.
That’s why we set out to create a premium driver that gives you absolute confidence you’ll consistently hit long, accurate tee shots…
… a driver that measurably and consistently travels 10, 20 or even 30 yards farther than your existing driver (and straight, too)…
… and a driver that reduces the wild inconsistencies off the tee that inflate your scores on an all-too-regular basis.
Spoiler alert: We succeeded, and along the way, we made exciting discoveries that will help you stop missing right all the dang time. Plus, we “engineered in” the optimal shot shape for amateurs who want maximum distance. We also established what “no compromise” really means when it comes to performance clubs for real golfers.
But I’m getting a little ahead of myself. How about an introduction: I’m 5-time World Long Drive champion Bobby Wilson. And man, have I got exciting news for you.
A daunting one, at that.
It came from an observation by some friends of mine in the equipment business.
Having seen so many technological “breakthroughs” and “best EVER” clubs hyped to high heaven, they got to wondering:
The challenge, of course, wasn’t just to answer the question.
But to do something about it.
“If we figure out why today’s drivers aren’t working for everyday golfers, we can actually build one that does.”
No biggie, right?
All they had to do was build a driver that makes the average amateur a lot more consistent…
…Significantly straighter, and…
…Anywhere from 10 to 30 yards longer off the tee.
Oh, and for good measure, this driver would have to slay (or at least severely wound) the invincible slice.
But my pals pressed on anyway, determined to get the last laugh. What can I say – they’re not easily deterred.
They don’t do things half-assed, either.
So they decided that IF they were going to pursue this game-changing driver – a unicorn if ever there was one – they’d hire a design chief with stellar credentials…
…Craft the clubhead from primo materials like top-shelf titanium…
…Fit it with a proprietary shaft made to match the clubhead’s every nuance, and…
…Verify its benefits through extensive testing with regular golfers.
In short, their driver would equal or exceed its brand-name competitors for grip-to-sole quality.
And beat them hands-down for overall performance.
Or it wouldn’t see the light of day.
Did I mention this was a daunting task? A lesser crew couldn’t possibly have pulled it off.
My buddies, though, were not to be denied.
And after seven grueling months of trial and error, roadblocks, pitfalls and setbacks, they put down their clubmaking tools and declared the project complete.
Now, it’s my pleasure to introduce the finished product. Speaking from experience, I assure you this is not just another “innovative” driver. It’s an entirely new kind of driver:
In a few minutes, I’ll tell you exactly what makes the X59 Smart Draw Driver unlike anything you’ve ever played. I think you’ll find yourself nodding and thinking, “Yeah, that makes perfect sense.”
Now, you might be wondering what a long drive champ knows about the Average Joe’s swing. And I’ll admit, my game is probably a bit different from yours… unless you routinely bash 350-yard bombs and hit your pitching wedge 170.
But I’ve played in enough scrambles and taught enough clinics to know what amateur golfers lack – and what they need.
Over the course of two gorgeous spring days in Arizona, I saw the X59 Driver deliver it in spades.
A total of 14 players tested the club, and I’ve got reams of data confirming its superior performance. For now, here’s a little nugget to whet your appetite:
First time I hit the X59, I could just feel the difference from that and to the driver that I was hitting earlier. I also was able to get 50 extra yards, almost 60 extra yards from what I was hitting earlier. I was just thrilled. Plus the fact that it went straight, or straighter than I've ever been able to hit it. This thing really corrected a lot of my sins.”Bill Patterson, 20 handicap
The X59 Driver to me was quite impressive. I was picking up over 30 yards plus over my previous driver. Compared to any other driver I've hit in just recent years, with all the new technology that's out there, this is definitely an easier driver for a guy who's a mid-handicap to get ahold of and actually put some yards back in my bag. It just sounded perfect, like a solid-built driver should.”Doug Applegate, 12 handicap
With the X59 Smart Draw Driver, I hit the ball consistently 20 to 30 yards beyond what I used to and it was basically a draw or straight, no pushes, no slices. I've spent a lot of time at the stores, getting fittings, and never found a driver that performed like this one. Excellent quality. For me the X59 driver means a lot of happy hours on the golf course. I think the X59 is the best driver that any amateur could buy.”Bob Miserendino, 14.5 handicap
I've never hit a driver like the X59 before and I work at a golf course, so I try new clubs when they come out. I've hit all the major new drivers and this one has performed the best for me. I’d say it was like turning back the clock.”Len Mrowczynski, 22 handicap
They were thrilled alright, as were their cohorts. We’ll hear from them in a moment.
Something else is tugging at me, though, and I think I know what it is:
You like what you’ve heard so far, but you’re wondering…
First, let me make something clear.
I didn’t say the X59 was better than the $500 dream machines found in every golf shop.
I said it was better for YOU.
It may sound like a small distinction. But it makes a world of difference.
Because there’s a world of difference between the golfers these drivers are designed for.
In one corner are the major equipment manufacturers. As you’ve probably noticed, their brands are driven by high-profile pros – the guys who spend Sundays competing for giant cardboard checks.
Naturally, those players have lots of input during the design process. And what do they want from a driver?
Not distance help, that’s for sure. With an average clubhead speed of 113 MPH, generating power isn’t an issue. Neither is consistency. Instead, pros want drivers that produce a penetrating trajectory and let them work the ball in both directions.
And believe me: What the pros want, the pros get.
Unfortunately, what’s good for a pro is rarely good for an amateur.
Now here’s the ironic part:
The engineer who spearheaded the X59 project formerly worked for one of golf’s best-known manufacturers, where he built clubs for some very – and I mean VERY – highly ranked pros. Some of his creations found their way onto Golf Digest’s “Hot List,” the ultimate honor for any clubmaker.
His name is Josh Boggs. And from experience, he knew precisely…
In a nutshell:
Put it all together and the Average Joe’s got virtually no chance to achieve the length and accuracy required to play great golf.
As you’ve already seen, the X59 provided a range of amateurs with an automatic distance boost. You’ve also read comments from testers who were thrilled and amazed by their newfound control.
Now, here’s what I learned from talking to the group:
While they loved the idea of longer, straighter drives…
I shouldn’t have been surprised.
Survey after survey ranks consistency No. 1 on the typical golfer’s wish list.
Which tells me you’re not getting it from your current driver.
Well, we aimed to change that with the X59 Smart Draw.
We did it by addressing two key moments:
Yes, indeed – the X59 Smart Draw Driver is a truly impressive blend of art and science.
But technical details can only tell you so much.
Real-world results paint an even brighter picture.
And as I mentioned earlier, we’ve got data from here to the shores of Scotland.
Even better than the stats are the stories that go with them.
Bill Patterson’s just may have been my favorite.
“Banana Ball Bill,” his golf buddies call him. I’m sure you can guess how he got the nickname.
Yep, he suffers from a slice.
A rough-pelting, distance-killing, score-bloating slice.
He’s got lots of company, too.
Based on those figures, you’re probably in the same boat as Bill.
And probably just as desperate for a cure.
But I digress.
We pick up Bill’s journey on a splendid morning in Scottsdale.
The silver-haired 72-year-old was on the range swatting some big slices. Seriously, these things swerved right harder than a cabbie who missed his exit.
After a few more swings, we swapped Bill’s driver – the latest and greatest from a gigantic company – for a new one he’d never heard of. You already know it as the X59.
I briefly explained what made this driver different. Mainly, that it was designed to help regular golfers hit it longer off the tee, suppress a slice and, quite possibly, hit a draw.
Bill didn’t say much during my little spiel. But I could tell he was skeptical.
For about 10 seconds.
That’s how long it took him to set up, swing and unleash a shot that flew nearly 38 yards past his best effort with his own driver.
Bill knew something was different the instant his ball took flight.
And he wasn’t done.
Not even close.
I can’t forget Jack Farley, a jovial chap who declared the X59 Driver his “new BFF” (as in “Best Friend Forever”).
Or gentleman Jim Jackson, who admired one of his X59 drives for so long he was accused of posing.
A major highlight came when Bill Gibson, a strapping 20-handicapper, followed through after his third swing with the X59 and witnessed, in his words, “something I’ve never really looked up and seen before.”
More specifically… A glorious, left-arcing, 243-yard BOMB.
Would you believe that blast was 27 yards longer than Bill’s average with his own driver… yet 20 yards short of his best with the X59?
Actually, it adds up when you consider this stat from robotic testing at San Diego’s Golf Laboratories:
Go ahead. Add 31 yards to your average drive and see what you get.
About three clubs less into every green, huh? Which would lead to more birdie putts… lower scores… abundant bragging rights… Basically, all the stuff of your golf dreams.
No wonder a draw is so coveted.
OK, back to those results. It really was an incredible day.
The kind of day where a 15-handicapper like Mark Andrews adds 33 yards to his driving average.
The kind of day where a terrific golfer, namely 6-handicap Steve “Stelee” Lee, picks up 12 yards and rates the X59 Driver “30% to 50% more consistent” than the club he’s been swinging.
The kind of day where Len Mrowczynski, a 22, proclaims the X59’s distance and accuracy are “gonna easily take 10 shots off my score.”
Hey, he said it, not me.
In fact, Len and his happy cohorts couldn’t stop gushing about the X59 Smart Draw Driver.
Let’s hear more from the happy gang:
I never really had any complaints (about my own driver) because I didn't know anything better… except I could never hit a draw with it, even though it was set for max draw. As soon as I hit the X59, it was like light-years difference. It went just straight as an arrow, and distance like I'd never seen before. I just did what I've been doing forever, and it made all the corrections for me.”Jack Farley, 11 handicap
I've never hit a driver that goes where it's supposed to go just by letting the club do the work as the X59 does, and it was kind of shocking. I thought it was just my bad golf game – I didn't realize I had the potential to hit a ball like that. I'm thrilled. I think it's great. It doesn't sound like you're hitting it with a frying pan like some drivers, and I like the graphics.”Bill Gibson, 20.1 handicap
When I was looking for my new driver about a year or two ago, I tried a lot of different clubs… and they were really spraying all over the place. And I have to admit when I came out here to use the X59, I thought I'd have a lot of problems with it, and I might be spraying it again to the right. But with this X59 I was hitting it pretty straight, or just a little bit of a draw to the left. And I got another 25, 30 yards. It's damn good.”Mickey Kronley, 17 handicap
From my regular driver to what I was hitting with (the X59) was huge. I think I drove an extra 48 yards with my same swing. My ball flight was high, it had a nice little draw. After grabbing this driver, I'm gonna have to go get new glasses because I can't see the ball that far. So I'm ecstatic. I'm truly excited and I can hardly wait to out-drive my buddies in my next round.”Ken Brade, 11.2 handicap
My biggest problem with my driver is I've been pulling it, I'm not getting the distance I'm looking for, and I definitely don't have a draw. I feel like I'm losing distance without being able to draw the ball. (The X59) allowed me to draw the ball. It was way cool to hit that ball farther than I have been hitting it. With this driver, over my previous driver, I was hitting it 21 to 35 yards farther. I can't wait to get it on the course.”Joe Gadzic, 8.3 handicap
That’s a lot of info to absorb – and I’ve still got a ways to go. This seems like a good spot for a quick recap.
So far, you’ve learned that the X59 Smart Draw Driver:
If you ask me, that’s a pretty compelling case.
What about you?
Are you ready to ditch that feeble fade? Catch up with (or blow past) your buddies off the tee? Approach greens with short irons instead of mid-irons and hybrids?
Darn right you are.
All that and more is at your fingertips. Just…
I must say, I’m a little surprised you’re still here.
Surprised, but not at all disappointed. There’s so much more I want to share. I mean, we’ve barely scratched the surface of the X59 Driver’s convention-busting design.
First, let’s talk about the length – just 44” from top to bottom.
When you’re trying to help regular golfers gain distance, shortening the shaft may seem counterintuitive. After all, doesn’t a longer shaft generate longer shots?
Yes… if you’re Dustin Johnson. Otherwise, the extra length just makes it harder to square the clubface and hit the sweet spot. Which costs you distance.
How much? We’ll turn again to Golf Labs, which determined that a mere 1-inch miss equals a 10% loss of yardage.
Doesn’t sound like a big deal, until you do some math and realize that…
Ouch. And the faster you swing, the more yards you lose.
So yeah, it’s important to nail the center. Which is much easier with a 44” shaft than with the 45.5” – 46” fishing rods found in conventional drivers.
Another key feature: The Smart Turn weighting system.
Extra weight in the heel not only helps you release the toe through impact, designer Joshua Boggs explains, “It gets the center of gravity closer to the shaft axis, and that really helps you get the clubface on plane and get it back to the ball to the center of the face over and over again.”
A series of angled lines bracket the top of the clubhead, serving as a visual cue as you address the ball. The signal is subtle but clear, guiding you to swing on an inside-to-out path.
While this feature won’t instantly correct an over-the-top move, it helped our test golfers in a big way.
Josh and Co. loaded all these amateur-friendly elements into one driver, then put it through trials with everyday golfers.
You’ve seen what it did for them. I’m confident it can do the same for you.
|The Problem||The X59 Solution|
|Slicing||More loft, extra weight in the heel and a shorter shaft make it easier to turn over the clubhead and square the face (instead of leaving it open) at impact. And the draw guide graphics signal you to swing inside-to-out.|
|Lack of Distance||When you square the clubface, you reduce yardage-robbing curvature. Plus, you’re much more likely to make the solid contact needed for maximum distance.|
|Poor Accuracy||Shorter shaft + more loft = straighter shots. Simple as that.|
|Inconsistency||All the features above make this club easier to hit than other drivers. A few shots with the X59 and your confidence will soar… and as every golfer knows, confidence breeds consistency.|
Hmmm… Seems pretty cut-and-dried to me.
Basically, it comes down to this:
If you want longer drives that don’t veer off-line en route to the target – and you want them hole after hole, round after round – then your next move is simple.
Still with me, are you?
Well, I’ll give you this: You take big decisions seriously. As well you should.
By this point, you must have questions about the X59 Smart Draw Driver. Hey, I had a few myself. The answers convinced me this club was the real deal. Hopefully, they’ll do the same for you.
Sorry, it’s not. But we believe that’s a good thing.
Why? Because stocking a club in retail shops costs money – money we chose to spend on design and materials instead. Oh, and you’ll like this, too: Our factory-direct pricing means you can now buy a premium driver for a good bit less than the big guys charge. (Stay tuned for details.)
If you’re hesitant to buy a club before trying it, we understand. That’s why we offer a 60-day, money-back guarantee that lets you hit the X59 all you want for two full months, and return it if it’s not your cup of tea. (More to come on this, too.)
That was my first question, too. What I learned was enlightening.
For starters, the typical adjustable driver doesn’t offer enough loft for most golfers, even at the highest setting (around 12° vs. the X59’s 12.5° or 14.5°). Remember, that extra loft is critical for launch and carry at slower swing speeds.
Without getting too technical, there’s also the matter of construction.
Because the X59 features more weight in the heel than an adjustable driver, it’s more draw-biased (i.e., easier to turn over). In fact, adjustable clubs tend to be rigid in the heel, causing inconsistent results on strikes in that area.
And don’t forget the X59’s additional draw-friendly features, like the crown graphics angled to promote an inside-out path – which can actually improve your swing. You won’t find those on any big-name driver I know of.
Oh, I should also mention this: If you do buy an adjustable model, chances are you’ll never actually adjust it. Golf Datatech, a leading researcher, found that only 1 in 3 golfers ever change their settings.
To sum it up: While an adjustable driver is great as a “jack of all trades” kind of club, the X59 is designed exclusively for amateur and recreational golfers and with a specific purpose: To destroy a slice, making your drives longer and straighter.
Honestly, it might not. But I can promise you this:
The X59 Smart Draw Driver will, at the very least, quiet your slice and improve your accuracy, distance and consistency. Which will make you a better golfer.
Dang right it will!
You’ve seen the stat from Golf Labs that shows a draw beats a fade by 31 yards. Now think of a hole where you normally hit a 7-iron approach… and swap your 7-iron for a wedge. I’d say your chances of hitting the green just got a whole lot better.
If that’s not enough, consider that compared to a fade, a draw:
…Rolls farther after landing, upping your advantage on firm fairways, and…
…Cuts through the wind for much greater distance and control on breezy days.
Don’t dismiss the ego factor, either. Nothing commands respect like pounding a monster draw.
You bet. We offer your choice of four shaft flexes, including a stiff version for players in your category.
Below that are regular, senior and senior-plus flexes.
By the way, several of our test golfers swung in the 95 mph range, and they absolutely crushed the X59.
If you swing at 90 mph or higher, we recommend the 12.5° version of the X59. Anyone below 90 mph should go with the 14.5° model.
It sure is. You can use it for any round (including tournaments), anywhere.
Just call (888) 372-3020 between 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. (central time), Monday through Friday, and our customer service team will be happy to help. You can even order over the phone.
Ah yes, the old bottom line.
Well, my friend, you’re in luck. Because you got here while you can still take advantage of our…
I strongly suggest you jump on this deal pronto. I’ll lay it out for you as clearly as possible:
Then here’s your chance to grab a driver crafted to the same quality standards and with the same top-tier materials the big boys use…
But purpose-built to optimize the amateur’s swing – your swing…
For the low, buy-it-now-or-regret-it-later price of just $349 – $50 off the regular price of $399 (and up to $150 less than a name-brand model).
Now please, for the sake of your game and your wallet, take note of the phrase “time-limited.”
FYI: We don’t expect that to take long. At all.
Because it’s not every day a club comes along that can deliver better performance and the quality, sound and feel to match much more expensive drivers.
Let alone one that offers a wealth of unique, game-enhancing features. And proof of exceptional performance from a diverse group of amateurs. It’s even rarer to find a driver that promises complete satisfaction with…
If you’ve ever bought a club sold by a mass-market company, you know the drill. You can get a full refund… as long as you don’t use it for a single shot.
That’s a raw deal.
We want you to be cloud-nine elated with your new X59 Smart Draw Driver. And we have no doubt you will be.
But just in case, we’re giving you every opportunity, for a full two months, to tee it up on the course and range as often as you want. Heck, hit it off the deck if you’re feeling frisky.
If the X59 Driver doesn’t do everything we claim it will – boost your distance, hone your accuracy, bolster your consistency and lower your scores – send it back and we’ll refund the full purchase price (minus shipping & handling).
As a matter of fact, we’ll give your money back if the X59 disappoints you in any way, shape or form.
Based on its remarkable test results, I’d be shocked if that happens.
So would the golfer formerly known as “Banana Ball Bill.”
At day’s end, I asked Bill what he’d tell anyone looking for the same incredible gains he enjoyed with the X59.
His jubilant reply: “I'd say go get this driver.”
You heard the man…
If you have any questions about the all-new X59 Draw Driver or if you would like to order by phone, please call 888-372-3020 between the hours of 9AM and 5PM CST and our friendly customer support team will be happy to help you.