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Are you struggling to keep your ball under control off the tee? If so, it’s time you checked out the best low-spin drivers of 2023. 

If you find that your tee shots are ballooning up in the air, then a low-spinning driver can dramatically reduce those spin rates delivering a more penetrating ball flight. For low handicappers, this can give them much better results on the golf course.

Best low-spin drivers 2023 

To help you pick the right option, we’ve compiled a list of eight that will suit you.

Callaway Paradym Triple Diamond

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The Paradym Triple Diamond has a smaller 450cc head. (Credit: Callaway)

The Callaway Paradym Triple Diamond driver is aimed at high-level golfers who want to shape the ball.

It’s the lowest-spinning and lowest-launching Paradym model from Callaway. With a new AI jailbreak and AI face design, this driver has a compact, 450cc head, so it’s slightly smaller than most drivers on the market. This driver has a 14gram back weight, which can be positioned in the front of the head for even lower spin.

This club is brilliant for those who want a low-launching, low-spinning driver, as well as a player who wants to be able to move the ball with a draw or a fade.

RRP: £599

• REVIEW: Callaway Paradym driver

Cobra Aerojet LS

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The Aerojet LS is designed with speed in mind. (Credit: Cobra)

The Cobra Aerojet LS is Cobra’s fastest driver ever, so if you want pure speed, then this is the club for you. But, it still holds plenty of forgiveness.

The Cobra Aerojet LS driver has a new AI H.O.T face design which is forgiving on mishits and keeps spin low. The PWR shell face insert and PWR Bridge weighting supports the face when flexing delivering explosive ball speeds across the face. The new aerodynamic design reduces drag, helping to deliver faster club head speed. The crown and chassis are a raw carbon finish which has allowed engineers to place weight in the right places to deliver their lowest spinning option. 

The Cobra Aerojet LS is a fantastic option if you want a low-spinning driver that still produces forgiveness.

RRP: £429

• REVIEW: Cobra Aerojet driver

Mizuno ST-Z 230

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Mizuno’s Cortech Chamber is the latest addition to their driver design. (Credit: Mizuno)

You might associate Mizuno with their range of irons and wedges, but their 2023 driver is a great option.

The Mizuno ST-Z 230 features a Cortech Chamber, which they say is the ‘missing piece’ of the puzzle in their drivers. This is a stainless-steel plate encased in a TPU cover located behind the face, making the Mizuno ST-Z 230 a great option for those wanting a low-spinning driver. With the weight forward it lowers spin and creates a more solid feel and sound at impact.

If you’re looking for a driver that looks great and performs well too, this is an excellent option.

RRP: £499

• REVIEW: Mizuno ST 230 driver

Ping G430 LST

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The G430 LST comes with a 440cc head. (Credit: Ping)

Ping are rightly known for their all-round quality when it comes to equipment, particularly woods, and the G430 LST driver is no different.

The Ping G430 LST stands out thanks to the turbulators on the crown. These might not be to everyone’s taste in terms of looks, but they help with aerodynamics. The new 440cc head design allows weight to be saved and moved to improve CG, increase MOI and boost overall performance. The newly optimised forged T9S face features Spinsistency, combining for lower spinning and longer drives. The 22g adjustable weight can be moved into neutral, draw or fade bias to fit your desired shot shape, all while producing low spin.

If you like a driver that looks clean and performs exceptionally well on the golf course, you’ll like this. Ping say this driver flies seven yards further than their previous model and we found that to be true in testing. Definitely one of the best low-spinning drivers of 2023.

RRP: £575

• REVIEW: Ping G430 LST

Srixon ZX5 MK II LS

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The ZX5 LS MK II driver features an adjustable 8gram weight. (Credit: Srixon)

When it comes to drivers, you really shouldn’t count out Srixon. Their new range looks great and offers something for everyone. If you want a low-spinning option, then look for the ZX5 LS MK II LS option.

The Srixon ZX5 MK II LS driver features Srixon’s new and improved Rebound Frame, making it a great option for those looking for a low-spinning driver. Its Dual Flex Zones focus more energy into the golf ball at impact, which increases distance. The variable face thickness has unique ridges to improve forgiveness across the clubface with adjustable forward placed weight on the sole keeping spin low and ball speed high. 

Srixon drivers are ideal for players who like a straightforward looking club that will perform at the highest level.

RRP: £499


TaylorMade Stealth 2 Plus+

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The Stealth 2 Plus+ driver features a striking look. (Credit: TaylorMade)

If you want a driver that produces great speed and will stand out in the looks department, the TaylorMade Stealth 2 Plus is the one for you.

The TaylorMade Stealth 2 Plus is made up of 75% more carbon than the previous model, allowing the design team to replace the saved weight to improve overall performance. It’s the lowest spinning option out of the Stealth 2 range, making it a great option for those who want a low-spinning driver in 2023. The sliding weight track on the sole includes a single 15g weight that can be positioned for your preferred shot shape, whilst keeping your spin down. Also, the red face is slightly brighter than the original Stealth, so if you like a bright looking club, you’ll love this. 

Although this is a low-spinning driver, this club will give players a good level of forgiveness, while giving excellent performance on solid strikes.

RRP: £529

• REVIEW: TaylorMade Stealth 2 Plus driver

Titleist TSR3

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The TSR3 driver is a classic looking head shape. (Credit: Titleist)

One of the best looking drivers on the market, the Titleist TSR range has something for everyone. The TSR is the best option for those who want low spin.

The Titleist TSR3 is new in shape with its improved aerodynamic package, cutting through the air, giving you more club speed. With a face made from aerospace-grade titanium, it’s designed to keep spin low and deliver faster ball speed. The VFT face is circular, which makes the sweet spot even bigger, and the adjustable CG track allows you to get the most out of the golf ball.

In 2023, this driver has been very popular on tour, and it’s no wonder. A great all-round performer for a high-level player and one of the best low-spinning drivers of 2023.

RRP: £529

• REVIEW: Titleist TSR3 driver

Wilson Dynapower Carbon

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The Dynapower driver is a real upgrade for the brand. (Credit: Wilson)

You might associate Wilson with more affordable clubs, but the Wilson Dynapower Carbon is a top-of-the-range option for elite players.

The Wilson Dynapower Carbon driver has carbon composite panels on the crown and sole which allows the CG to be moved low and forward, creating a low-spinning driver. The face has been designed using AI technology, using thousands of permutations to find the perfect thickness for each section of the face. This delivers the fastest ball speeds and maximum forgiveness over the entire face. 

The Wilson Dynapower Carbon is the most affordable option in this list, but it is still a great performer. It looks great, while giving solid performance.

RRP: £420

• REVIEW: Wilson Dynapower Carbon

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James Tait is bunkered’s Gear Editor. Want to know how the latest Callaway driver, Vokey wedge or Scotty Cameron putter performs? He’s the guy to ask. Better yet, just watch his videos on the bunkered YouTube channel. One of the biggest hitters in the UK, James also competes on the World Long Drive circuit and is a descendent of former Amateur champion Freddie Tait.

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