Benross Aero X Driver Review

The Benross Aero X Driver is a value for money option

The Aero X Driver from Benross is an ultra lightweight option that won’t break the bank.

Benross Aero X Driver

The Benross Aero X driver is an extremely light driver aimed at helping increase ball speed. GolfReviewsGuide takes a look.

The Aero X won’t break the bank, but the 460cc driver is packed with the latest technological advances to help bring out your best from the tee.

Featuring an ultra lightweight titanium crown, a flow channel design for improved aerodynamics and ball speed and variable face thickness, the Aero X is value for money.

What Benross say about the Aero X Driver:

“The Benross Aero X driver utilises an ultra lightweight and aerodynamic 460cc head construction to generate increased distance performance.

“The driver has a super lightweight Titanium 6A-4V construction, lighter to make distance much easier and faster to generate.

“It has weight is strategically positioned toward the back of the driver to create a deep CG position. Leading to large MOI and a higher launch angle.

Benross Aero X Driver

“This newly designed Aero Crown, features an air flow channel which generates a more efficient air flow which reduces drag, helping increase club head speed.

“This impressive feature boosts ball speeds across the face by utilising variable face thickness. It even has optimum centered target markings to highlight the sweet spot.”

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Benross Aero X Driver Design & Features

Benross have created a superlight driver that is designed to generate maximum clubhead speed and distance off the tee.

It is a driver aimed at golfers with a slower swing speed and those who would love to eek out a few more yards from the tee.

Benross Aero X Driver

Benross have constructed the 460cc head of the Aero X driver from a Titanium 6A-4V Construction, which is lighter than the material used in other models.

The Aero Crown is designed with an air flow channel to further aid the aerodynamics and speed through the ball.

Benross have placed the weighting low and deep at the back of the driver with the CG and large MOI creating a higher launch angle than in other drivers from this manufacturer.

The CT-Face design features new alignment on the crown highlight to promote finding the sweet spot easier and extracting more accuracy from the tee.

Benross Aero X Driver

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Verdict: Is the Benross Aero X Driver any good?

If you have a relatively slow swing speed and need to generate greater power off the tee, the Aero X driver could well be the perfect choice for you.

It is an value-for-money option, sitting in the mid-range of the price bracket, but it is the performance that is most striking.

Benross have improved the airflow design of the crown, made the club head lighter than before and made ball striking easier. You can expect a higher ball flight and more distance from the Aero X driver.

The only downside is you can’t tinker with setup. This is a non-adjustable driver.

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FAQs

How much does the Benross Aero X driver cost?

The driver sells at around £200 / $275 from most golf shops and retails?

Is the Aero X driver from Benross adjustable?

No. The driver comes set to 10.5 degrees with a back weight of positioned in the sole. There is no adjustability in the hosel or the weighting structure.

Does the Delta X driver comes with any warranty?

Yes, it has a one-year manufacturer’s warranty as standard.