The quest to manufacture the best driver with all these qualities has flooded the market with many different brands of golf drivers. Golf drivers are mainly used for the long shots that have to be made into the fairway.
Titanium is one of the most popular materials drivers are manufactured from because it is lightweight but also strong at the same time. However more experienced golfers may prefer the stainless steel driver because its heavier weight gives more control when swinging. Most professional golfers prefer forged titanium drivers as they offer a greater tee off driving distance than other drivers.
When this shot is played properly, your biggest issue will be whether you can avoid getting mud on yourself. When the ball is sitting up in the mud, just address and play it the same way you would a fairway bunker shot. Play the ball back in your stance about an inch and stand a bit taller than usual. Take and easy balanced swing and pick the ball off the lie. Try not to take a divot with this shot.
With the ball sitting just a bit lower than normal, you will need to adjust slightly. Take a slow backswing and set yourself at the top of your backswing. Do your best to avoid rushing the downswing. You want to contact the ball first; a balanced forward swing with limited lower body movement will help here. There is a good chance the ball will fly lower than usual and then roll after landing, so be sure to consider this when you select your club.
The Tour players and low handicap golfers prefer the wound construction with the 'balata' cover because this ball has a softer cover that gives more on club contact and creates more backspin. As it hits the ground, the ball rolls less than the solid construction ball because of the backspin. Players can also control the spin of the ball more easily allowing them to hit a greater array of shots.