Golfers tend to change their clubs like Kim Kardashian changes outfits, but that’s because there are just so many cool sticks to choose from. Finding the right driver to fit your game is especially difficult, and they don’t come cheap, either. There’s nothing worse than buying a new $400 driver, and proceeding to miss every fairway as if you were using a foreign object.
What do you do? Take it out of the bag or continue to slice it into the trees?
Well, now there’s a solution to the constant “I need a new club” problem. If you like Netflix then you’ll love Golf Redefined.
For a monthly fee, you get to rent one driver at a time, for as long as you want (as long as you keep paying, of course). When you’re tired of that club, or just aren’t hitting 330-yard drives like you’d hoped, just send it back and swap it for a new one.
The only problem is, you won’t be able to blame your driver for playing poorly anymore.
Golf Redefined has just about every driver you can think of, but to rent more expensive clubs, you’ll have to pay more. There are three different plans to choose from.
The “Birdie” plan, which is the cheapest, starts at $24.95 per month, and will get you either the Callaway Razr Hawk or Diablo Octane.
Then there’s the “Eagle” plan, which is $39.95 per month. This plan allows you to choose from the two drivers in the”Birdie” plan, as well as five more, which include the TaylorMade Rocketballz and PING G20.
If you want to try nearly every driver on the market, there’s the “Hole-in-one” plan for $33.32 per month (billed $99.95 quarterly). With that, you get to rent any of the site’s 40+ drivers, which include the Titleist 913D, Nike VR S Covert, or TaylorMade R1.
The “Hole-in-one” plan seems like the best deal, seeing as you get to choose from 40+ clubs rather than just a handful. And if you’re the type of player who buys a new driver each year, the $400 yearly fee is well worth it. It’s like having 40 new drivers instead of just one.
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