GigaGolf Square Moto Driver

XQ MUTO 460 Ti

GigaGolf has renamed it’s Muto driver, but it’s got the same cool square shape. 

Following the trend of clubs like the Nike SQ Sumo 2 and the similarly shaped Callaway FT-i, the GigaGolf Ozzy Moto 460 Ti is designed to move weight as far away from the face as possible, maximizing launch and stability.

The best part of this driver is that it lets you try the radical square head design for just around $100. It’s a bargain hunter’s dream—especially because of Gigagolf’s 30 day playability guarantee. If you don’t like it, you can return it.

1 thought on “GigaGolf Square Moto Driver”

  1. I wonder if the Giga has the unnerving hollow sound that the Sumo does.  I had a Sumo from a friend who bought it at a Nike warehouse sale, (it was one of the non-conformers he bought for $80).  I hated the sound, and I also just couldn’t swing it to where I liked it.  It took 20 yards off my pathetic distance, but it was straight as an arrow. 

    I sold it to another friend who plays it very well, about 300 yards well.


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