Back to the original post.
If you want non-conforming = distance, buy a golf ball that gives you a benefit on something other than a driver.
Regarding yardage, I do believe it is "possible" to achieve big yardage gains if you stumble across the right head with the ideal specs, matched with the right shaft and the right golf ball.
As yardage goes, I have no clue what my average drive is.
I have played with people who say "wow! That drive was XXXXXX forgetting you have to take into account where the tee markers to determine the length of the hole on the scorecard are vs, the set up for that day, where the ball landed (down slope helps, wind) etc.
That is 14 shots out of xx. But what how did you score?
If I need yardage as I get older, I'm moving to more forward tees.
Yes, the Wishon 919 remains a serious contender. With the correct loft and shaft it MIGHT give you those extra yards, but regardless, you will probably be in the short grass and the sound and feel are great.
The 919 is in my bag and I'm debating one last try at adjust-ability / newer technology, or simply trying a different loft as I have changed my ball position on tee shots.
Cheers to TW.