FACT: Only 1 out of every 5 golfers maintain a USGA handicap, yet equipment companies design clubs to abide by the Rules of Golf for the minority.
Illegally Longer, Illegally Straighter!
The Juggernaut Max was designed for the 4 out of 5 golfers that want to play better by hitting the ball farther and driving the ball straighter. First, the Juggernaut is 12% larger (515cc) than the maximum allowable volume by the USGA, thus allowing it to be a more forgiving head on off-center shots resulting into less time looking for errant balls and speeding up the play of the game.
Most importantly, you’ll be able to generate more distance from the tee. The COR/CT or the spring-like effect of the ball coming off the explosive ultra-thin, beta titanium face far exceeds the USGA maximum limits too. This is a special version with a gold PVD finish.
Does not conform to the Rules of Golf.
515cc’s OF PURE POWER
Why Use a Larger Sized Driver? The Juggernaut Max Gold is 12% larger (515cc) than the maximum allowable volume by the USGA. Just like a larger headed tennis racket, Juggernaut Max’s larger volume allows it to be a more forgiving head on off-center shots. Plus, the larger face creates a greater trampoline effect for much higher balls speeds you can’t obtain with name brand drivers.
HIT IT FARTHER
Generate more distance from the tee with this illegally long driver. The COR/CT or the spring-like effect of the ball coming off the Juggernaut Max Gold’s explosive ultra-thin, beta titanium face far exceeds the USGA maximum limits.
HIT IT STRAIGHTER
Golf is supposed to be fun. Mulligans and “gimmie” putts aren’t in the rule book nor are rolling the ball in your own fairway but look at all those golfers that do. For those aging seniors who now play from the forward tees and still can’t reach the Par 4’s in regulation or beginners who need all the help from an accuracy standpoint, so they don’t give up and quit the game before they ever get hooked. These are just a few reasons that the Juggernaut Max Gold driver was intended for.
ULTRA THIN, HIGH COR FACE
The Juggernaut Max Gold uses a complex variable thickness structure which ranges from 3.1mm to as little as 2.1mm. Yet, this allows for adequate strength even for stronger golfers. The cup face design produces higher ball speeds over a wider area of the face, while high-grade Beta titanium is used because it is stronger and lighter than typical titanium.