According to the USGA (United, States, Golf Association), 90% of the golf population flight a push, slice and or fade. If not habitually, you two have fought and maneuvered your golf swing to combat the dreaded banana ball.
Let’s face, it we as golfers have spent hundreds if not thousands of dollars on lessons, equipment, training aids, memberships, leagues and whatever little gadget that promises to lower your scores. We do this with good intentions of getting better and for most of us we would be happy just to hit 50% of the fairways or even break 90.
Believe it or not, there is a product that can cure your slice and provide a little extra distance. This product doesn’t require additional practice, play or even lessons. This is a headache proof driver that is head and shoulders above typical offset drivers that promise to be draw enhancing.
A guy by the name of Bob Burns, PGA Master Professional introduced No Bananas (Anti-Slice) technology back in the early 90’s. Now, No Bananas has evolved into a reputable name and a slice fighting machine.
The D.A.T. 460cc—Of this fifth-generation No Bananas Driver, the people at Bob Burns Golf have begun saying to certain radical slicers, no more than half-jokingly, “You got to have DAT,” where “DAT” means literally the most recent in “Draw Alignment Technology,” but where it might just as well mean “distinctively aerodynamic [and acoustical] trademarks.” Viewed from the side, the DAT’s profile bears a notable resemblance to an airplane’s wing.
At setup, The DAT offers swing enhancing visuals. The DAT’s unusual inside-out graphics, and three very slightly raised ridges on the crown. These ridges curve gradually from front-center of the crown toward the rear of the heel, the effort being to provide the weekend, slicing warrior with both visual and physical aids to an inside-out swing. As if these elements of the DAT’s design aren’t enough, the grounding surface of the sole reinforces the sightline on the crown, as the central surface of the sole likewise curves from front-center toward the rear of the heel—so that when you place the sole of the DAT lightly on a flat surface, the clubface sets up the same (7° closed) everytime. This consistent setup instills confidence as it puts you in position every time.
Performance – 10 of 10 – Does what is promises and distance was better than expected.
Quality – 9 of 10 – After 10 rounds of golf and several testers, it held up better than most.
Value – 9 of 10 – $300 is reasonable price tag for what it provides and better than lessons.
Aesthetics 9 of 10 – Gold shaft is a nice touch, head is retro looking club and setups up nicely.
Feel 10 of 10 – Hands down the best feel of all drivers tested in 2012.
Overall Score = 47 of 50
There is no better slice fix or slice fighting tool on the market. If your looking to add some distance or simply work the ball, the No Bananas Driver is a great driver to consider even if you just sometimes push the ball.
Forget about spending endless hours at home, on the range or taking lessons. It’s just not worth the headache Go out and get yourself a No Bananas anti-slice driver and you will be splitting the fairways and enjoying the game.