## How do you hit a 460cc driver?

Here are four quick tips for hitting an oversized driver:

1. Tee It Up – The driver should be no more than one-third of the way up the ball.
2. Move It Forward – Slide your stance back so the ball is closer to your front foot.
3. Adjust & Aim For The Center – Do you set your driver down on the ground at address?

### What should my driver be set at?

Anywhere between 8.5-10° will usually suffice. If you have a mid swing speed of 95-104 mph, a driver loft of between 10-11.5° will normally be a good starting point.

#### Is a 460cc driver better?

The most significant difference between a small and large driver head is the fact the sweet spot is significantly larger on the 460cc. With the sweet spot being this size, golfers have much more room for error. If you have never heard the concept that golf is a game of misses, it is absolutely the truth.

What is 460cc driver?

“cc” stands for cubic centimeters and the USGA dictates the maximum volume a golf driver can be is 460cc. Therefore, the USGA is saying that the maximum size of a golf driver head must not exceed roughly ¼ the size of a 2-Liter bottle of soda.

Is a bigger driver head better?

From a pure performance standpoint, the larger the size of a clubhead, the higher its Moment of Inertia could be. In turn that means the larger the head, the better it’s off center hit performance could be. Likewise, the larger the size of the head, the larger the face area could be as well.

## What degree driver goes the farthest?

The low loft of a golf driver is very surprising from the perspective of physics. Everyone in freshman physics learns that the optimal launch angle for a projectile – the angle that makes a ball fly the farthest – is 45 degrees.

### What does 460cc mean?

“cc” stands for cubic centimeters and the USGA dictates the maximum volume a golf driver can be is 460cc. According to the USGA Rules for 2019, “The volume of the clubhead must not exceed 460 cubic centimetres (28.06 cubic inches), plus a tolerance of 10 cubic centimetres (0.61 cubic inches)” (Page 49).

#### Are 460cc drivers legal?

The current USGA limit on club head size is 460cc, so this is the main reason the club is illegal. Larger club head sizes typically lead to an extra distance for the players. Another great feature of this driver is the fact that it is made with a premium lightweight graphite shaft.