When thinking about a driver, and gaining distance off of the tee, we need to first think about why this would be a good idea for your game?
The reason we want to help you hit it farther, is to help you hit more greens in regulation (GIR). If we are not going to hit any more GIR because of direction issues, it might not be worth the pursuit.
The first step is to see what your club head speed is now. Club head speed is a great way to measure your potential for distance. Once we have your maximum club speed, simply multiply that number by 2.6 and that will give you your potential carry distance.
If we run that scenario out with two different swing speeds:
90 X 2.6 = 234 and 92 X 2.6 = 239
We can see that just a 2 mph swing speed increase, you will have a potential to hit the ball 5 yards further.
So, how can we do this?