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    The year has just begun and many new drivers have already been introduced to golfers in the United States. I've already had the chance to preview several of them. Many people I liked, thinking that they are probably worth the upgrade if your current driver is over three years old. You will probably find that you will get more distance and you will find more fairways with one of the latest models.

    Callaway Epic Flash DriverCallaway Golf

    A club that I tried a few weeks ago and that I liked was Callaway's Epic Flash, which will go on sale to the public this morning. It has been designed with artificial intelligence and machine learning. Make no mistake. His Flash Face aims to help golfers get more ball speed for more distance. Callaway engineers purchased a $ 5 million computer to help them design the inside of the club's surface, providing the machine with information on exactly what they wanted in terms of ballooning. After running 15,000 iterations of the club face, the software created a unique map inside the clubface, made up of dozens of seemingly random and subtle waves flowing from the heel to the toes. Believe me, I saw one of the faces and there was no visible motive. In fact, I found it quite fascinating. It is common for the underside of the clubs' surfaces to have muscle thickness, but this is usually noticeable. "The ripples and waves of this face seem to be random, but they are not," says Dr. Alan Hocknell, Executive Vice President of Research and Development at Callaway. "The result scared me. My first thought was that if it did not work, I would not be able to modify it to make it work. Fortunately, it was not a problem.

    According to officials, the computer insisted that it was the best use of the thickness of the front wall to optimize theft of the ball. The size, height and configuration of the ridges work together. This topography results in a significant increase in the speed of the ball for a noticeable increase in distance when you make a solid contact. The face is forged from a special titanium and heat treated. The driver also incorporates exclusive Jailbreak technology behind the face – vertical bars reinforce and stabilize the lightweight triaxial carbon crown with the sole, which increases the impact load on the face and speeds up the ball.

    All I can say is that I was crushing the driver on the shooting range at Callaway's headquarters. And everything seemed so solid. And who knows: maybe A.I. This is how manufacturers will design golf clubs. The rider also has an adjustable weight of the perimeter, with a sliding weight of 16 grams that you can position anywhere on the rear track, to precisely adjust the flight of the ball that suits you best. This allows you to draw, weaken or take a straighter flight. The company also sells the Epic Flash Sub Zero driver which was also designed with A.I. It retains the combination of low spin and high MOI generated by the former Sub Zero drivers, for more tolerance and long distance.

    I love watching the finish very clean and dark at the address. It's a beautiful traditional look that seems so inviting. There are also matching fairways that also have Flash Face. They also felt and performed well for me during my tests.

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    The year has just begun and many new drivers have already been introduced to golfers in the United States. I've already had the chance to preview several of them. Many people I liked, thinking that they are probably worth the upgrade if your current driver is over three years old. You will probably find that you will get more distance and you will find more fairways with one of the latest models.

    CallawayCallaway Golf Epic Flash Driver

    A club that I tried a few weeks ago and that I liked was Callaway's Epic Flash, which will go on sale to the public this morning. It has been designed with artificial intelligence and machine learning. Make no mistake. His Flash Face aims to help golfers get more ball speed for more distance. Callaway engineers purchased a $ 5 million computer to help them design the inside of the club's surface, providing the machine with information on exactly what they wanted in terms of ballooning. After running 15,000 iterations of the club face, the software created a unique map inside the clubface, made up of dozens of seemingly random and subtle waves flowing from the heel to the toes. Believe me, I saw one of the faces and there was no visible motive. In fact, I found it quite fascinating. It is common for the underside of the clubs' surfaces to have muscle thickness, but this is usually noticeable. "The ripples and waves of this face seem to be random, but they are not," says Dr. Alan Hocknell, Executive Vice President of Research and Development at Callaway. "The result scared me. My first thought was that if it did not work, I would not be able to modify it to make it work. Fortunately, it was not a problem.

    According to officials, the computer insisted that it was the best use of the thickness of the front wall to optimize theft of the ball. The size, height and configuration of the ridges work together. This topography results in a significant increase in the speed of the ball for a noticeable increase in distance when you make a solid contact. The face is forged from a special titanium and heat treated. The driver also incorporates exclusive Jailbreak technology behind the face – vertical bars reinforce and stabilize the lightweight triaxial carbon crown with the sole, which increases the impact load on the face and speeds up the ball.

    All I can say is that I was crushing the driver on the shooting range at Callaway's headquarters. And everything seemed so solid. And who knows: maybe A.I. is the way manufacturers will design golf clubs from now on. The rider also has an adjustable weight of the perimeter, with a sliding weight of 16 grams that you can position anywhere on the rear track, to precisely adjust the flight of the ball that suits you best. This allows you to draw, weaken or take a straighter flight. The company also sells the Epic Flash Sub Zero driver which was also designed with A.I. It retains the combination of low spin and high MOI generated by the former Sub Zero drivers, for more tolerance and long distance.

    I love watching the finish very clean and dark at the address. It's a beautiful traditional look that seems so inviting. There are also matching fairways that also have Flash Face. They also felt and performed well for me during my tests.