In1Zone Single Length Driver - Custom Made to Order – Single Length Golf
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In1Zone Single Length Driver - Custom Made to Order

Please allow 7-10 business days for assembly before order is shipped.

Regular price $119.00

The In1Zone Driver is designed to complement the In1Zone Single Length Woods and carry on the single length theme and mindset of one length, one swing all the way to the driver which is made to the same length as the single length fairway woods, and therefore they all feel and swing exactly the same. Just like with the single length irons your ball position stays the same, your stance stays the same, and your swing place stays the same, no matter which wood you are hitting. 

The center of gravity of the driver is positioned low and far away from the face, which makes the club more forgiving on off-center hits and also increases launch angle with reduced spin to maximize distance. Is it going to his as long as the newest $400-$600 drivers from TaylorMade, Callaway, Ping, etc? No, because it's not designed to. This driver is designed to keep the ball in the fairway as often as possible, while only giving up 15-20 yards to a traditional length driver, and it does that VERY VERY well!  

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Larry Loop
Driver

Looks great plays better then I do. Plays as good as anything I've hit, when I hit it right.

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Lionel Naude
Great to hit more fairways

I attempted to use conventional drivers in the past without any success. A 3 fairway wood was my 'driver" for many years but there was very little consistency.
I ordered the In1Zone custom made driver and it has made a massive difference to my tee shots. So far not too much of a distance advantage but I hit 10 to 11 fairways each round. When I miss a fairway it is normally not far off. Thanks for this technology!

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Michael Lutterman
Driver Review

Have noticed more consistent drives since using the new driver.

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Russ von Hagen
Great service on all products purchased!

I love my new In1Zone driver and Pinhawk single length hybrid irons and fairway woods! Most of all I greatly appreciate the service from Single Length Golf and would highly recommend contacting them if you are seriously thinking of making the transition to simpler golf.

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William Nivens
Easy to hit

I actually play the ball in the middle like a fairway wood off the tee box. Drives now go straight. Golf is much more fun now.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
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Larry Loop
Driver

Looks great plays better then I do. Plays as good as anything I've hit, when I hit it right.

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Lionel Naude
Great to hit more fairways

I attempted to use conventional drivers in the past without any success. A 3 fairway wood was my 'driver" for many years but there was very little consistency.
I ordered the In1Zone custom made driver and it has made a massive difference to my tee shots. So far not too much of a distance advantage but I hit 10 to 11 fairways each round. When I miss a fairway it is normally not far off. Thanks for this technology!

M
Michael Lutterman
Driver Review

Have noticed more consistent drives since using the new driver.

R
Russ von Hagen
Great service on all products purchased!

I love my new In1Zone driver and Pinhawk single length hybrid irons and fairway woods! Most of all I greatly appreciate the service from Single Length Golf and would highly recommend contacting them if you are seriously thinking of making the transition to simpler golf.

W
William Nivens
Easy to hit

I actually play the ball in the middle like a fairway wood off the tee box. Drives now go straight. Golf is much more fun now.


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  • New golfer. Having trouble hitting my drives straight. I am 5ft 10 in. Have you had buyers shorten the driver and fairway woods to the same length? How short would you go? I understand some distance may be sacrificed. Let me know opinion. Thanks, Steve

    The club you're looking at, the In1Zone Single Length Driver, is exactly that! It's a driver which is made at the same length as the fairway woods, so that way all of your woods swing exactly the same. The same head weight, shaft length, flex, everything is identical. And yes you will sometimes sacrifice a little bit of distance going with a shorter length shaft, but some people actually gain distance because they find that they strike the ball much better than with a longer shaft which not only results in straighter drives but longer ones as well. 

    The woods are all based on the proper 5-wood length to fit your height. So if you're 5'10" I'd stick with standard length, which would make the driver and any woods all 42".

  • What is the COR value of the In1Zone Single Length Driver ?

    This driver has a USGA confirming COR of 0.830

  • What is the length of this driver?

    The standard length of this driver is the same as all of the single length woods @ 42", which is the length of a typical 5-wood. But you can have it made longer or shorter as needed based on your height.

  • For your In1Zone 12* Driver it says; "your ball position stays the same, your stance stays the same, and your swing place stays the same, no matter which wood you are hitting. ". Where is the ball placed? Is it similar to a traditional length driver which is near your leading foot?

    Great question! When it says the ball placement, stance, and swing are the same no matter which wood you are hitting, that means whether you're hitting the single length driver, 3 wood, 5 wood, 7, 9, etc - the setup and swing is going to be exactly the same. As for where the ball placement is, well that's going to depend on the golfer. All of the single length woods (drivers and fairway woods) are made to 5-wood length, so you would play everything from wherever you typically play a 5-wood and swing everything like you're swinging a 5-wood.

  • Why does the loft selector indicate a "comparable to" loft? In other words, from a design perspective, why is a 10.5° loft comparable to a 9.5° loft traditional driver, and so on?

    Due to the 42" length of the shaft, which is 3" shorter than a traditional driver @ 45", the clubhead speed is going to be 8-10mph slower which results in a lower launch angle with less spin. So what you get is a 14° driver which launches at about the same angle as a 45" 12° driver, a 12° that launches like a 10.5°, and a 10.5° that launches like a 9.5°. That's why a 9.5° isn't even offered in this driver, the launch angle and backspin would be way too low for most golfers.

  • what is the swingweight of the driver if ordered from you fully assembled? --- specs would be - rh, 12 degree loft, reg grafalloy blue shaft, standard length (42 in - correct?), standard tour velvet grip. What would be the advantage of upgrading to the matrix shaft (also reg flex)? Would that change the swing weight?

    The swingweight really depends on what shaft you get and the grip size. If you were to get the prolaunch blue shaft at 42" with a standard size grip, you're looking at about a C8 swingweight. If you want it a little higher than that, making the driver +1/2" or 42.5" would give you about a D1. And we actually don't have that particular Matrix shaft in regular flex anymore, only stiff. We do have another Matrix shaft called the Proto OC, and that one is very similar in weight and torque but it is slightly lower launching and lower spinning. Another option would be the Prolaunch Red which is a low-launch/low-spin shaft, and that one is a little heavier than the other two at 68g vs 63-65g.