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Juggernaut Non-Conforming Driver
Power Play Juggernaut Driver Illegal Non-Conforming High-COR Longest Driver Ever Hireko Golf Custom Golf Center PowerPlay Juggernut

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  • Non-conforming by USGA standards
  • 515cc Oversized Clubhead
  • 0.890 C.O.R. (Coefficient of Restitution)
  • 7-8% higher ball speed = 10-12% distance gain!
  • Black PVD Finish
  • Right-Handed Only
MSRP $162.99
Our Price $149.99


Low launch, low spin shaft

If you already have a head cover, it needs to be able to fit a larger 500cc+ driver for it to work with the Juggernaut or Felon drivers.
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What's all the buzz about the Power Play Juggernaut Driver? First, the Juggernaut has a 515cc volume, thus allowing it to be a more forgiving head on off-center shots. Secondly, you’ll be able to generate more distance from the tee as the COR effect of the ball coming off of the explosive beta titanium face exceeds the USGA maximum limits . Does not conform to the Rules of Golf


Power Play Juggernaut Driver in Golf Digest Stix Enewsletter

Average Customer Review: Average Customer Review: 4.5 of 5 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 14 Write a review.

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5 of 5 Driver April 30, 2021
Reviewer: Ramon Barrios from Mesa, AZ United States  
515 head is something special.

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1 of 5 All hype, no resutls August 18, 2019
Reviewer: Michael DePrado from Branchburg, NJ United States  
Since I am now a senior I was hoping I could get a few more yards with this driver.  Unfortunately that is not the case.  I tried several times (even on a simulator) and I could not match the distance I got with my regular Calloway driver.   Maybe one in 10 drives equaled my driver.  I had meant to see if I could return the driver, but I have not had the time to contact the company to see if I can return.  Too bad I was so looking forward to using this driver.

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5 of 5 Nicely balanced March 4, 2018
Reviewer: Gary Bohnert from Lynn Haven, FL United States  

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5 of 5 Great driver August 1, 2015
Reviewer: John  
I have hit dozens of driver heads (conforming and non), this is the best. Solid feel and sound, forgiving on off-hits, and LONG..

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5 of 5 Tired of brand name clubs at top dollar June 8, 2015
Reviewer: Matt K.  
Let me start by saying the I've hit several different Versions of PING & Taylor Made Drivers fitted with Graphite shafts. Unfortunately, I've always felt that modern drivers were far too light for me and have never found any consistency with the drivers I've owned. I seriously considered ordering a Custom Driver with a steel shaft to get back to the heavier feel I was looking for. (Note: Steel shafts are typically around 120 grams as compared to standard graphite shafts at 65 grams) I found this site and was immediately drawn to the Juggernaut Driver. and with much diliberation, I ordered the Juggernaut with the Aldila VS Proto 80 (grams) stiff and a Lampkin Utx grip. I'm about 5'8" and had them cut it -1/2" shorter. It roughly took 2 weeks to get the club, but it was worth the wait. It felt great in my hands and felt good to swing, and I could not wait to get out and hit it. I had the chance to hit it 2 rounds before writing this review, and I found this club feels solid at contact, launches the ball at a good angle, and has great distance. During the 2nd round I only missed 1 fairway (that I used Driver) through the first 14 holes. On the 14th hole I smashed a drive down the middle of the fairway, but the club sounded a bit different. While walking off the tee I noticed the shaft had fractured about 2" above the ferrule. I bagged the club and hit 3-Wood the remainder of the round. I did not ground the club or anything like that... so I'm wondering if the shaft had a micro-fracture in it before assembly. Either way I had it re-shafted locally because I did not want to wait 2-3 weeks to get it back. Everything is back to normal now and I'm hitting it long and straight again.

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