Non-Conforming Golf Drivers

Non Conforming Golf Clubs

These are name brand drivers that do not conform to USGA rules and it is illegal to use these non-conforming drivers in any USGA event. So, if you don't play in USGA events this is the driver for you. These non-conforming drivers are very rare, because they usually are NOT RELEASED to dealers in the United States. There are plenty of new TaylorMade non-conforming drivers available on ebay. These drivers were never released to Taylor Made dealers in the USA.

Many of these non-conforming drivers are made by quality golf companies (Nike, TaylorMade and Cleveland), but were manufactured for Japan, not the United States.
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Illegal Golf Drivers

Illegal Golf Driver

These Illegal Golf Drivers are no brand (or knockoff) drivers made specifically to exceed the USGA rules in the United States. Basically the United States Golf Association (USGA) states that if the face of the golf driver acts like a spring (to maximize driving distance), it is illegal. This "spring like action" is known as "Coefficient Of Restitution" or COR. Please note that these drivers are only illegal in the United States, by USGA rules. The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St. Andrews, which writes the rules for golf everywhere in the world (except the USA), allows a springier coefficient of restitution.
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Illegal Golf Balls

Illegal Golf Balls

All Illegal Golf Balls exceed the USGA specifications for longer distance. These non conforming golf balls are not legal for any USGA tournament use. These golf balls are heavier than a regulation ball to ensure optimum distance. A higher density core is combined with a thin cover to produce longer and straighter trajectory. What will illegal golf balls do for your golf game? MORE CARRY, MORE ROLL, AND MAXIMUM DISTANCE!
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