If you’ve ever wondered if a bullet would go through your driver, we now have the answer. A YouTube user, who has a little bit too much fun shooting bullets through everyday objects, decided to put a titanium driver through a durability test using a rifle and a .22 bullet.
Related Link: Beware: Titanium Golf Clubs Can Spark Fires
This is probably the wrong way to test the longevity of your new driver, but it is a test, nonetheless. Here’s the result:
Now, this does not mean you should pull out a gun and put a bullet in your driver after hitting a bad tee shot. After all, the first attempt in the video resulted in the bullet deflecting off the face of the club.
Titanium drivers may not be able to take a bullet and survive, but they can cause fires. Really big fires. In 2010, titanium alloy golf clubs are thought to have caused a fire that burned 25 acres at the Shady Canyon Golf Club in Irvine, Calif.
Beware, titanium clubs can be dangerous.
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