PowerBilt Men’s Tour Driver

Air Force One Players Club Nitrogen

Posted by Robert

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PowerBilt Men's Tour Driver N is the symbol for Nitrogen. Nitrogen is a colorless, odorless, tasteless, and mostly inert diatomic gas at standard conditions, constituting a 78% volume of the Earth's atmosphere.

Why am I telling you this? Nitrogen is what PowerBilt has infused in their Air Force Once Players Driver. Since nitrogen has an incredible internal pressure which can be as high as 150 PSI, it will support the clubface without using any mechanical bracing. Thus, this club has a huge sweet spot that extends from edge to edge and is much thinner than typical clubheads. That equates to a marvelous ‘COR' trampoline effect anywhere the ball is struck on the face.

This is a sweet driver. The Players club has the traditional tour-type club head which gives me better feel and allows me to work the ball. With an X-Stiff flex shaft and the 2.88mm clubface, this particular model is designed for a high swing speed of 100mph or more.

What I like best: PowerBilt varies this driver for any level golfer. They make a more forgiving square head in the Air Force One Geometric Driver. What's more is, there are a range of thicknesses of the clubface. If you have a swing speed between 80-95, go with the R shaft with the 2.6mm face. If your swing is slower than that, they even offer drivers with A-senior or L-women flexes with a 2.4mm club face.

N is the symbol for Nitrogen. With this club, N also stands for Nuked!

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  1. Cleveland Hibore Driver Club | Large Club Face XLS Says:

    [...] on this big boy. If you are looking for a power driver that has a little more feel, check out the PowerBilt Air Force One Players version. It's a distance driver with a tour-type club [...]

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