Advanced Golf Technology Aurora Drivers

Aurora

  • Tech Pro-60 shaft
  • Internal Scalloping
  • Advanced Golf Technology

User Reviews (4)

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Gerald Greupner   Shoots in the 70s [Jun 18, 2006]
Model Reviewed: Advanced Golf Technologies Super Nova Driver

Excellent. this is a smaller driver, possibly a 360 cc head, but has huge forgiveness, is very consistent. In the last 3 rounds over the last 2 weeks I have hit every (!} fairway.
I am 60, a 95-98 mph club head speed, have an Accuflex Icon V2 stiff in the club which is plenty stiff, but this is just about perfection

Customer Service

Excellent. They are very quick responders.

Similar Products Used: Many 460 heads from OEMs that don't come close.
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
PhilFan   Shoots in the 80s [Jun 06, 2006]
Model Reviewed: Aurora Driver 9.5 degree, A Tech Pro 60 shaft

As someone who already uses Advanced Golf Technology's Supernova 3-wood, I was curious to try their Aurora driver. Luckily, I was able to get my hands on one with the A Tech Pro 60 stiff shaft (AGT is very good about demo-ing), and I have to say this driver is right up there with the very best.

For one thing, it's a great-looking club -- something I don't pay a lot of attention to but which never hurts. Similarly, the sound of the club is less of a "tink" and more of a "thwop," which sounds a little meatier to my ears. Also, I'd have to say it really has a fantastic feel when the ball is struck -- something I never thought I'd say about a driver.

Obviously, all this means nothing if the results aren't there. Again, this is a top-flight club: it's as long or longer than anything out there (and I've tried a bunch of them), and it's neither especially high-launching or low-launching. While it may not be the most forgiving driver I've ever hit, the upside is that it's relatively easy to work the ball left and right compared with some of the others.

The only reason the Aurora might not be exactly the right driver for me -- and this is just a personal preference -- is that I need a "draw-bias" club, and the Aurora seems to be set up "neutral" from what I can tell. If I were looking to hit a "power fade," or if I didn't need any help hitting a draw with my driver, this club would be very, very hard to beat, and anyone who wants a more neutral set-up would be wise to try one. In fact, it seems to me that it should be very popular among pros who don't have contracts with the big manufacturers.

Again, this is a very long, very solid, excellent driver with a great stock shaft. It deserves to be ranked up there with the best.

Customer Service

Customer service is always good at AGT.

Similar Products Used: Taylor Made 540XD
Taylor Made r7 460
Cleveland HiBore
Tour Exotics
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
HO TT   Shoots in the 80s [May 19, 2006]
Model Reviewed: Advanced Golf Technology Aurora Driver

Despite its relatively unknown status, this club delivers and performs. Straight and long. I would recommend to anyone looking for a surprise.

Customer Service

Never tried

Similar Products Used: Titleist, Cleveland
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Denon Payne   Shoots in the 80s [Apr 24, 2006]
Model Reviewed: Aurora 9.5 Degree

I purchased the Aurora driver with a little skeptism. A.G.T. is a small company that has been around for a few years. Honestly I only wanted the 3 wood. Through various magazines it was boasted as the best 3 wood out there.I took a leap of faith and ordered the driver and 3,5 and 7 wood. All with AJ Tech shafts. Simply put the clubs are amazing. You do not have to jump on it get exceptional distance. The feeback is great. Consistent and predictable ball flight through out the whole set.

Customer Service

The C.S. is great. I spoke with the owner. My 3wood arrived with a scratch. Expecting a new 3wood in the mail anytime.

Similar Products Used: Titleist 975D & 983K
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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