Why a Driver System?
Ask any amateur golfer how they would like to improve and most will say they’d like to be more consistent. Ask those same golfers what it is they really want to do more consistently and they’ll answer in terms of length – a desire to hit longer shots more consistently, especially longer drives. If there’s a possibility to be much longer – 20, 30, 40 or more yards longer off the tee – there there’s an authentic chance to improve the way that golfer plays the game (see testimonials). Shorter shots into the green mean more greens hit, offering better opportunities for lower scores.
Our Drivers are designed to give you that length consistently! Here’s how:
D = 1/2M x V2
That’s the scientific formula for distance. It says Distance is equal to one half of Mass (weight) times Velocity (speed) squared. So you can increase distance by:
Adding Mass (weight) or by
Increasing Velocity (speed)
By the formula you can see that if you add weight, only ½ of that addition is effective, but if you add speed, that increase will be squared. So it doesn’t take a genius scientist to see the most effective way to increase Distance is to increase Speed. For an engineer the physics are easy. The hard part is a design that is stable enough to consistently delivery that speed.
The Pat Simmons Drivers are a system where each component is designed and engineered to compliment the other components of the system creating a synergistic condition of actions that is greater than the sum of its individual parts. All with the idea of increased club head speed for maximum distance. The Driver System consists of three areas that are proprietary to Pat Simmons Golf – the Head, the Shaft, and the BOLO Balancing to which each club is subjected as a part of our strict tolerance controls insuring consistent quality and performance.
The Pat Simmons Driver System Consists of Three Elements