Hi, I'm Jake Taylor professional long driver and trick shot artist here talking about tips for purchasing your next driver. Now what you have to look for is a driver that fits your game. Whether you want it be a working driver to where you're working the ball using a draw or a fade or a distance driver. Typically a distance driver is an adjustable where as the adjustable drivers allow lower handicap players to do the most with their game. Now the important thing to consider when purchasing a driver is what shaft you're gonna get with that driver. The shaft being as it's the driving force between your hands and that clubface is very important. You want to choose the correct flex and link which is gonna optimize your game. Pretty much all the heads across the board are maxed out within the USGA standards of golf. You should also be confident when you're standing over that driver. Whether its the color or the face angle, these are many things that you have to be able to consider when looking at that ball and aiming down that fairway.