The new Speed Pro S and D drivers are specifically engineered for better players with higher ball speeds, boasting neutral face angles for greater workability. The S’s shallower face promotes low to moderate spin and added forgiveness, while the D’s deep face brings low spin and extra control.
More compact at address than its Speed LD cousins, with less resounding acoustics too, which is always a bonus. I hit this shallower-faced S model very straight and pretty long too. But perhaps most pleasingly for me, I was able to vary flight-height almost at will through simple adjustments to the height at which I teed up the ball.