Best Golf Drivers 2023 (TOP Ranked Drivers for 2023)

Golf Reviews Guide picks out the best new driver options for 2023

Titleist TSR Drivers

Looking for a new driver to take into the new season? The best golf drivers 2023 have been picked out – but how will each help improve your game?

We’ve taken a look at some options that could be added to your bag for 2023 and help you reduce your handicap or help you find more fairways than ever before.

With so many different drivers available it can be difficult choosing one that truly provides the results you are looking for, whether it is more distance, greater accuracy, or more forgiveness out on the course.

In this article, we discuss the best golf drivers 2023 has to offer and pick out the best of the best. You can also see the best irons for 2023, best wedges for 2023, best woods for 2023, best hybrids for 2023, top putters for 2023 and best balls for 2023.

If you have a higher handicap, consider the best drivers for mid-handicappers for 2023.

1. Cobra Aerojet Drivers

Cobra Aerojet drivers are new for 2023 with three models – the Aerojet, Aerojet LS and Aerojet Max – in the range to deliver the most speed possible.

The Aerojet is the standard model in the range with a key focus on the aerodynamics to create more speed throughout the air than predecessor the LTDx.

Cobra have worked hard on perfecting the shape of the club head with a raised skirt and streamlined edges reducing drag to generate the most speed of any driver.

Cobra Aerojet Drivers

The shaping, coupled with Cobra’s PWR-Bridge weighting being positions forward, generating impressive ball speeds off the face of the Aerojet drivers.

The LS model of the Aerojet driver range is the Low Spin option and the perfect option to cure a fade or slice.

The Aerojet Max driver is the draw-bias version of the series with weighting positioned towards the heel and back to create shot shaping.

READ: Full Cobra Aerojet drivers review

2. Ping G430 Drivers

The Ping G430 are new for 2023 and have made a big impression with tour victories even before they hit the shelves for purchase by every day golfers.

The new G430s will have the Max, LST (Low Spin Technology) and SFT (Straight Flight Technology) versions of the drivers that also appeared in the G425 drivers series.

Ping G430 Drivers

The Ping G430 Max is the standard driver from Ping and features a 25-gram tungsten movable weight and Dragonfly technology that redistributes weight within the head of the driver.

The G430 LST is the Low Spin Technology version and it now has a Carbon crown in a switch to a Carbonfly wrap. It has allowed Ping to save weight and lower the centre of gravity and add even more forgiveness.

The Straight Flight Technology (SFT) option is the draw-bias model, but now has a moveable 22g tungsten weight compared to the fixed one that appeared in the G425.

READ: Full Ping G430 drivers review

3. Callaway Paradym Drivers

The Callaway Paradym drivers range are new for 2023 with three models in the series featuring a 360 degree carbon chassis for the first time.

The range features the Paradym, Paradym X and Paradym Triple Diamond drivers in a comprehensive list of options.

The Paradym driver is the standard model of the options and is designed to suit golfers of all abilities with the design producing a high launch and low spin ball flight for distance and forgiveness.

Callaway Paradym Driver

The Paradym X driver differs slightly from the standard model with this version having no front weight and no adjustable rear weight.

This model is described as the players’ driver with a high launch, high MOI and an extremely forgiving shape – all with a slight draw bias.

After the successful inclusion of the Triple Diamond model in the Rogue ST range, Callaway have also included one in the Paradym series too.

The Paradym Triple Diamond driver is slightly smaller than the other two models with a more compact 450cc club head.

READ: Full Callaway Paradym drivers review

4. Titleist TSR Drivers

Titleist TSR drivers are new for 2023 with the series initially featuring three drivers – the TSR2, TSR3 and TSR4 – as successors to the popular TSi range of drivers and TS2, TS3 and TS4 drivers.

Subsequently, the new TSR1 has been introduced as the perfect option for golfers with swing speeds of 90mph or less.

They boast a new head shape, greater speed off the club face, more distance and the promise of “amazing forgiveness” compared to Titleist’s previous driver models.

Titleist TSR Drivers

The TSR2 driver is the high-launching, low spinning model of the trio. Titleist have built the TSR2, which replaces the TSi2, for maximum speed and distance and that’s what it delivers on.

The TSR3 is the players’ choice, with this driver all about precision and accuracy from the tee and aimed at golfers with a consistent impact location off the face.

The TSR4 driver is the smallest of the three models in terms of head shape with a refined 430cc clubhead in a more compact look. The driver is all about low spin and reducing excessive spin in your game.

The TSR1 was unveiled later in January 2023 with Titleist believing the have come up with the answer for slower swing speed golfers.

READ: Full Titleist TSR drivers review

5. Taylormade Stealth 2 Drivers

The TaylorMade Stealth 2 driver is a new release for 2023 as an upgraded version of the best-selling Stealth series.

The Stealth, Stealth HD and Stealth Plus drivers provide more “fargiveness” with more distance and forgiveness.

The key change to the Stealth 2 is the new rear weight at the back of the driver head, which now has a heavy 25g tungsten weight positioned on the Inertia Generator to increase the forgiveness from the Stealth.

TaylorMade Stealth 2 Driver

TaylorMade have continued with a HD version of the Stealth driver in the 2023 version with the High Draw model returning with some tweaks.

The HD driver is the draw-bias model, with TaylorMade moving more weight closer to the heel of the club head to help cure the dreaded slice or even out the fade.

The Stealth 2 Plus+ driver is the more adjustable of the options once again compared to the Stealth 2 and Stealth 2 HD models.

The rear sole weight was fixed in the Stealth Plus+. In the 2 model, the weight is a 15g tungsten weight and has been designed for more forgiveness.

READ: Full TaylorMade Stealth 2 driver and Stealth 2 HD driver review
READ: Full TaylorMade Stealth Plus+ driver review

6. Mizuno ST-Z 230 Driver & Mizuno ST-X 230 Driver

The two new Mizuno 230 drivers replace the 220 drivers series as Mizuno’s leading range and are new for 2023.

The new ST-Z 230 driver features the addition of a Cortech Chamber in the sole of the club head compared to its predecessor with this element like to be designed to enhance ball speeds across the face.

Mizuno ST-Z 230 Driver

The ST-X 230 driver also has the new Cortech Chamber and Titanium face, but is the draw bias model with weight positioned towards the heel and the back.

There is also an ST-Z 230 Pltnm driver added to the new Mizuno range for 2023.

READ: Full Mizuno ST-Z 230 driver review and Full Mizuno ST-X 230 driver review

7. Titleist TSi3 Driver

When it comes to clubs that have been around a while but are still top performers, the Titleist TSI3 is one that should be considered among the best golf drivers 2023 has to offer still.

What really sets the driver apart from others is the ATI 425 Aerospace Titanium face. The golf ball just seems to jump off the clubface with a huge sweet spot that allows golfers to hit shots off-center and still get a lot of distance.

Titleist TSi3 Driver

The TSi3 features some degrees of adjustability with a movable weight, but the driver is more suited to those looking for distance and less so for forgives (the TSI2 is a great option for forgiveness).

What also sets the driver apart is its feel, as the aforementioned titanium face makes every shot feel like solid contact.

READ: Full Titleist TSi drivers review

FAQs

Which is the best golf drivers 2023?

The answer to this question depends on where the weaknesses in your driver game lie. If you are a golfer who is struggling to find the fairways, the Taylormade Stealth driver should be considered first, followed by the Rogue ST Max and Ping G430 Max.

Those looking for added distance should consider the LTDx driver by Cobra, as it provides fantastic distance with just enough forgiveness.

Perhaps you a looking for a driver that simply feels great every time you hit it, with the Titleist TSR or TSi3 being the go-to choice for feel.

Those who want the ability to adjust the driver as they see fit and with a touch of forgiveness as well cannot go wrong with the Ping G430s.