The concept that bigger is better has been the mantra of golfers everywhere. By far, the vast majority of drivers sold today measure at the maximum allowable size (460cc) under the Rules of Golf. It has been proven that as the mass is spread out it increases the forgiveness or that fancy term "moment of inertia" to make off-center shot less penalizing and retain a greater amount of distance and feel. However, there is a right way and a wrong way to spread the mass out.
If golfers could get their hands on a bigger head that was within the rules, believe me they would. This is how the Dynacraft Evolution driver concept was conceived - make better use of the volume and dimensional limits as humanly possible. The Dynacraft Evolution’s footprint would normally result into a volume of 512cc, but with some creativity this driver design is able to stay within the limits.
But that is only part of the story how the Dynacraft Evolution is pushing the envelope by making this our highest moment of inertia driver. Using a new construction technique, we shed weight from the only place possible – the crown area. Our super-thin crown technology allows additional discretionary weight to be at our disposal for even greater forgiveness and at the same time ensures the center of gravity is in the right place to create those high launching, tape measure drives.