Cheers for the reply
I can assure you I'm quite the realist and would never instantly blame the club. I've had it for 18 months and its beyond coincidence that when I grab my mates club my drives are suddenly good.
I even went to a party at a driving range once and when I stepped up with the supplied driver, cracked one of the best drives of my life. Decided to have a second shot and bang, identical shot.
Although ordinairy, my irons are consistent, my 3 wood is consistent. It has to be the driver.
The best advise is to be honest. if you are scoring 105, but hitting your 3 wood really well, keep driver in car and play the round with 3 wood off tee, you will only loose 10 m if that and a hell of a lot less balls but you will be in the fairway.
Spend the $300 plus it costs for a new latest and greatest fad technology driver and spend the money on lessons. That will improve your score faster than a new driver.