Thomas Golf - AT 310 BT Mini Beta Titanium Golf Driver

Thomas Golf AT 310 Mini Driver

This is the First Major Evolution in Driver Design We Have Seen in a Long Time. This Beta-Titanium Driver is Producing More Distance Than Any Other Driver we Have Tested.


– This new Driver is made of 100% Beta-Titanium, giving the face the maximum spring effect allowed by the USGA.

– The Compact 310cc head has surprisingly less wind resistance, giving you faster clubhead speed for longer drives.

– The advanced cup-face technology improves sound and feel, optimizes launch angle, and expands the sweet-spot.

As you know, the large 460cc Titanium Driver designs are how the manufacturers get the face to reach the maximum spring-effect allowable by the USGA. With that rule limit set on the face, the only way to accomplish longer driving distance is to increase club-head speed… but the huge 460cc heads catch a lot of air resistance. This New Driver's smaller head size of 310cc greatly reduces air resistance and therefor increase your swing speed. The Driver is also made out of a stronger and more expensive Beta-Titanium, this is how they accomplish the same maximum USGA face spring-effect normally found on the bulky 460cc Drivers.

The genius of the design…. Beta-Titanium allows this Driver to combine the faster swing speed of a smaller head, with the USGA maximum spring-effect typically found on the cumbersome 460cc size heads.

The head size of this 310cc Driver sits right in the “goldilocks” zone… small enough to achieve excellent aerodynamics, yet large enough to provide confidence and a large sweet-spot. They really got the recipe right on this one, producing a Driver performance profile like we've never seen.

Unique Features responsible for this Driver's spectacular performance and distance:

Composed of 100% Beta-Titanium which is much stronger than Titanium, producing more ball speed off the face, and longer drives.

The compact 310cc head size has surprisingly less wind resistance than a 460cc Driver, allowing you to generate faster clubhead speed prior to impact, and longer drives.

The advanced cup-face technology improves sound and feel, optimizes launch angle, expands the sweet-spot and increases ball flight distance.

The head size of 310cc is just right for many golfers. Not super big like the 460cc (which some golfers find to be bulky or cumbersome), but also more meaty and confidence evoking than a 230cc head.

This Driver was designed to perform at the length of a 460cc Driver, while also having the aerodynamics of a mini driver. These two factors, combined with the Beta-Titanium, result in faster club-head speed and longer drives.

Can a Beta Titanium Driver Face Produce More Distance?

Yes, a beta titanium driver face can produce more distance. Beta titanium is a newer, stronger, and lighter material than titanium. This means that beta titanium driver faces can be made thinner and faster, which creates more distance.

Additionally, beta titanium faces are more resistant to deformation, which can improve accuracy and consistency. However, it is important to note that not all beta titanium driver faces are created equal. Other manufacturers often use beta titanium in conjunction with other materials, or may use beta titanium but in the old traditional head structure.

Increased distance potential

Improved accuracy and consistency

Enhanced durability
* Beta-Titanium drivers are notably more difficult and expensive to produce.

By using Beta Titanium, this compact 310cc head accomplishes the same face spring coefficient as found on a 460cc driver (the maximum allowable by USGA). You can't find that on other mini drivers.

A cup face design refers to an advanced construction technique, where the face of the driver is formed as part of a solid one-piece structure, in this case made of beta-titanium, resembling a cup. This cup face construction enhances several performance aspects of a Driver.

Increased Forgiveness: A cup face design often results in a larger sweet spot. This means that even on off-center hits, where the ball makes contact with the face outside the center, the driver can maintain more ball speed and accuracy. This increased forgiveness can be particularly beneficial for golfers who don't consistently strike the ball in the center of the clubface.

Enhanced Ball Speed: The cup face construction is designed to promote higher ball speeds. The flexible face can rebound more effectively upon impact, translating into increased ball speed off the clubface. Higher ball speed can contribute to longer drives, which is a desirable outcome for many golfers.

Optimized Launch Conditions: The cup face design can help optimize launch conditions, especially by promoting a higher launch angle. This can be beneficial for achieving an optimal trajectory and maximizing distance. Additionally, the design may contribute to lower spin rates, reducing the likelihood of excessive backspin that can lead to loss of distance.

Customization of Weight Distribution: The cup face allows for the redistribution of weight within the driver head. This can provide golf club designers with more flexibility in adjusting the center of gravity (CG) and moment of inertia (MOI). These adjustments can influence the driver's performance by affecting spin, launch angle, and forgiveness.

Improved Sound and Feel: Some golfers appreciate the sound and feel associated with a cup face design. The construction may contribute to a satisfying sound at impact, and the feel can be perceived as responsive and lively. A cup face golf driver head is a type of driver head that has a curved face that extends inward towards the center of the clubhead.

Increased ball speed: The cup face design can help to increase the ball speed by flexing inward at impact, effectively increasing the loft of the clubface and transferring more energy to the ball.

Improved forgiveness: The cup face design can also improve forgiveness by providing more surface area for the ball to strike. This can help to reduce the impact of off-center hits and produce straighter drives. Enhanced ball launch: The cup face design can also help to launch the ball higher into the air, which can lead to longer drives.

Reduced spin: The cup face design can also help to reduce spin on the ball, which can improve accuracy and control.

More consistent performance: The cup face design can help to provide more consistent performance across a wider range of impact locations, which can lead to more consistent drives. Overall, the cup face design is a popular choice for golfers of all skill levels who are looking for a driver head that can provide them with more distance, forgiveness, and control.

Here are some general considerations regarding choosing the right driver head size for you:

460cc Drivers offer larger sweet spots to be more forgiving on off-center hits. This can be good for golfers with less consistent swings. The disadvantage is the bulky size and more air resistance, which can reduce clubhead speed through impact.
Drivers below 350cc have less of a bulky feel/look, as well as better aerodynamics, which helps you achieve faster club-head speed and can also be advantageous in windy playing conditions. The sweet spot is slightly smaller, but you gain more control and potential for shot-shaping.

  • Head Weight – 197 Grams
  • Face Height – 43mm
  • Face Length Heel To Toe – 110mm
  • Sole Depth – 98mm
  • Head Size – 310 Cubic Centimeters
  • Lofts – 10.5 and 13 degrees
  • Lie – 59 degrees
  • Cup Face design
  • Standard Club Length with Graphite Shaft – 45.25 Inches
  • Mini Driver 310cc (Contoured Sole) (RH)Loft 10.5°, Lie 56°, Weight 197 gr
  • Head Size 310cc, Roll & Bulge 12 inches, Hosel Depth 35mm, takes a .335 wood shaft, Head Material – SP 700 Beta Titanium

To get the face spring of a 460cc driver you need a Beta Titanium head.