Almost every manufacturer makes a driver (or more) that will fit your profile as a 'high handicap' golfer. The most important thing will be to find one that truly fits your swing (both in terms of swing speed and ball flight. Just avoid those drivers that say anything along the lines of 'tour' or 'TP' (that's TaylorMade's Tour Preferred line).
The only way you're really going to be able to determine the model that best fits you is to see a professional fitter, or at the very least go somewhere that has a launch monitor so that you can see what best fits you and your swing. When you are trying these drivers try choking up at least 1-2 inches as this will help you with control a lot (A LOT - most drivers now have shafts at least 45-46 inches in length, which is too long for a high handicap golfer and most other golfers as well). Once you find one that really seems to fit you well get the shaft cut down to 44 inches (or as short as 43). You could just choke up, but if you are like most golfers you'll forget or decide you don't need to do this. Cutting the shaft will force the issue. What most golfers who have done this find is that they lose very little distance (if any since they tend to hit 'sweet spot' a lot more) and gain lots of control. A lighter shaft might also help with control, but this depends on your swing speed and tempo so let a professional fitter help with this.
Good luck. I wish I could help you find the right model, but no one really can except you with some help from a person who can assess your swing and knows what equipment is best designed for that swing. Never forget used clubs or those that are a year or two old as, in reality, there have been very few (if any) technological improvements in drivers in the last few years (no matter what every company wants you to believe).