Hi, I'm Jake Taylor, and we're here today discussing the difference between lofts and golf drivers. Now it's important to know that the loft of your driver isn't always going to be the same as somebody else's driver. What that is is because every swing is different. If you are hitting a nine degree driver and somebody else is hitting a ten degree driver and you are getting the same launch angle, it's because that other person has a higher what we call angle of attack. Now the angle of attack determines what loft of driver that you're going to need and also with the equipment changing in the golf industry and the center of gravity moving forward towards the center of the face, it also lowers the launch angle. Now this can mean that you're going to need a higher lofted driver than what you are normally used to. What you are looking for is anything from a 12 to 14 degree launch angle, this is going to give you the maximum amount of distance and also you are going to want to determine your spin rate. If your spin is above 3,000 RPMs you're going to want to go to a lower lofted driver to try and get that down. If you can't get that ideal launch angle that you are looking for with that lower lofted driver, you're going to want to go towards something with a center of gravity that's more towards the front of the face. Now that's typically found with a smaller head or one of the newer model clubs that's out on the market. Now I know this is a lot to take into account and as a professional long driver, this is something that's taken me years to understand. You should go see your local club fitter to best fit your driver to your game.