Mizuno recently released their new Mizuno ST180 Driver. The Mizuno ST-180 driver is advertised as a low spin driver. The GT version of this driver has more adjustable weights, and we will be featuring it in a future post here on our blog. But, for now, check out the videos below and see if the Mizuno ST180 Driver is for you and how it stacks up against some of the other drivers in its category.
Or, if you are looking for some other driver options, take a look at the Tour Edge Hot Launch HL3 Drivers, the TaylorMade M3 & M4 Drivers, the Callaway Rogue Drivers, the Cobra King F8 Drivers, and the Callaway GBB EPIC Drivers.
ST180 Driver Teaser Video
In this video, Mizuno introduces their new ST180 and GT180 Drivers and some of their design features.
NEW MIZUNO ST180 DRIVER – FULL REVIEW RICK SHIELS
This video, Rick Shiels give an in-depth review of the Mizuno ST180 Driver. He first goes over all the features of these clubs, including the design and technologies that Mizuno has added to them to better your game. Rick then goes over some of the stats he received while testing the ST180s. The stats include ball speed, launch angle, total spin, descent angle, peak height, carry distance, and total distance. All of these stats help him analyze what this driver is capable of. Needless to say, he was “incredibly impressed.” To finish, Rick takes these drivers out on the links and gives them a test drive. It ticked every box for him.
CALLAWAY ROGUE SUB ZERO MIZUNO ST180 DRIVERS
Here is another review video pitting the Mizuno ST180 against the Callaway Rogue Sub Zero. Mark Crossfield takes the Mizuno ST180 and the Callaway Rogue Sub Zero drivers out on the course for a low-spin-off. He compares how each of these low-spin clubs actually do on the course. Do they make par and how do they compare overall. Watch the video and find out!