The technology behind the MODEL I Driver.  No B.S.  Just facts.

Billet Fire Forged SP700 Beta Ti Face -Unlike most premium drivers using SP700 Beta Titanium in their faces, the Model I uses a 5,000 ton fire forging process that allows the industry’s strongest Titanium (SP700) to be shaped from a billet into a variable thickness tongue-and-groove cup face that provides superior strength and a more consistent CT in and around the impact zone of the club. The result is a driver that falls within the USGA limit for CT with the hottest face possible.  


Accordion Compression Chamber-The sole of the Model I incorporates a series of three cavities designed to absorb and redistribute the stress forces, typically encountered at impact, away from the face of the clubhead. The result is a smoother energy transfer that minimizes hook and slice causing sidespin. In addition, the Accordion Compression Chamber reduces backspin, providing a more penetrating ball flight and a shallower angle of descent for more fairway roll.  


Variable Crown Thickness-The Model I’s forged crown enables it to be variable in thickness, removing discretionary weight from areas where it is not needed and redistributing it to more critical areas. The result is a driver that offers lightweight performance on par with that of a carbon fiber crown, while retaining the acoustics of pure titanium.  


Precision Tongue-and-Groove Body Construction-The Model I uses the latest advancements in precision tooling, joining the body to the face through a tongue-and-groove construction that ensures more consistent body shape and dimensions than all competitors’ driver manufacturing.


The entire body is CNC percision plasma welded-to maximize the discretionary weight used in weight stabilization efforts, providing increased MOI (Moment of Intertia. 

"There is far more technology in this exclusive head with stricter quality control processes that larger companies simply cannot follow.  Being a small company, I have these advantages over the large companies that put much more effort into marketing than design and quality."  Sean Fister.