Archive for the "TaylorMade Golf Clubs" Category
The TaylorMade R11 driver is by far the most anticipated club coming out this year and will be showcased at the 2011 Tokyo Golf Show. The new acronym on the sole of the club is (AST) and it stands for Adjustable Sole Technology. Combine that with FCT and MWT and you got a lot of adjustments your able to make.
The satin white finish, along with the black face, creates the maximum contrast between face and crown to help you align the club more easily. Face angle is controlled by an adjustable aluminum sole plate. By moving the red triangular plate into the closed, neutral or open position, you can adjust the look at address. The face settings range from 4 degrees open to 4 degrees closed.
The standard R11 driver will come with a 45.75″ Fujikura Blur shaft and retail for $399. A TP version of the club will feature an identical head and several shaft upgrades for $499. Both drivers should arrive in pro shops in mid-February and are available for pre-order.
Take a look at some great pricing on the new TaylorMade R11 Drivers.
Weighing in at just 284 grams, the TaylorMade Burner SuperFast Driver is the lightest, fastest driver TaylorMade has ever created. Designed to deliver boosted clubhead speed and excellent distance, the SuperFast also holds the largest clubface of any TaylorMade Driver. The bigger face gives the golfer more area to strike the ball with, which is a distinct advantage.
The updated club face features a different bulge and roll design that works with the higher moment-of-inertia head to assist with off-center strikes.The 460cc club head of the Burner SuperFast is sleeker and more aerodynamic than the previous Burner driver, allowing it to slip through the air more quicker and help the golfer swing the club head faster.
The Burner SuperFast comes with a 46.5-inch Matrix Ozik XCon 4.8 shaft, which is both extremely lightweight. This grouping helps launch drives on a superior trajectory with added spin thereby improving the distance for slower-swinging golfers.
Take a look at some great prices on TaylorMade Burner Superfast Drivers and report back with your own reviews.
TaylorMade’s Burner irons have been one of the better selling irons with their grouping of distance and ease of use making them especially popular with high handicap golfers.
The faces of the new Burner 2.0 short irons are actually thicker than the original Burner’s as well allowing for heads that are smaller and highlight thinner top lines. This allows a greater importance on accuracy and control at address as well as putting more weight directly behind the ball.
The faces of the Burner 2.0 long-irons are thinner than the faces of the first Burners which helps golfers create more ball speed and distance. The weight saved by having the faces thinner has been redistributed to the bottom sector of the clubs, near the heel and toe areas which adds to the forgiveness.
The badge on the back of the new Burner 2.0’s has a softer material integrated with the aluminum which gives it enhanced dampening properties while managing vibration and improving the sound. In addition to the badge, on the back of all the Burner 2.0 irons there is a circular piece of metal that is known as TaylorMade’s Inverted Cone Technology (ICT). The ICT has a slightly different shape and was moved slightly in the longer irons in order to ensure the clubs can deliver faster ball speeds. The soles of the short irons are also thinner than the long irons because golfers swing a 9-iron more vertically into the ball while many players sweep the ball using a flatter swing when hitting a 4-iron.
The eight iron shafts are designed to flex in a slightly different area, allowing the long irons have a lower kick point to help players get shots higher while the short irons have a higher kick point to encourage a slightly lower trajectory.
Pricing for the Burner 2.0 Irons range from $699 to $899 depending on the type of shaft, steel or graphite. Lower prices can be found on eBay if you search around.
The TaylorMade R7 460 TP Driver will always be a welcome gift for any golfer who wants to add some power to his already existing golf equipment. This driver, which includes weights of varying grams (2, 6, 10 and 14 grams) allows you to have more control thanks to its movable weight technology feature. This feature also allows you to better manipulate your shots.
This driver boasts of a larger head size due to UTW or the ultra-thin wall technology. You also gets higher moments of inertia and maximum forgiveness with the 460cc oversized clubhead. High COR is a given with this driver due to the Inverted Cone Technology which also allows you to deliver longer drives.
Experience an easy launch with the TaylorMade R7 460 TP Driver as it has a low and deep CG which also allows you to hit at a farther distance. This driver s made of graphite and steel in dimensions of 45 in.L.
The TaylorMade Z TP Wedge makes possible a higher spin thanks tot he aggressive edges macthed with an increased volume. The milled Z grooves also makes possible more stopping power.
Golfers willlove the smoked PVD finish that’s responsible for reducing the glare attracted by the club thsu getting more focus on the shot with minimal distractions.
You can also open the wedge face easily in different degrees due to the C Grind Sole that has been tour-proven. And after a day of paying golf, say goodbye to aching hands or even blisters thanks to the rubber grip.
If you want a putter with more perimeter weight then try TaylorMade’s Rossa Monza Spider Putter. This putter has a strong and light aluminum core which means more moment of inertia. Thus you can expect to get consistent distance even when you get off center hits.
The Spider has an AGSI+Titanium face insert so expect a softer roll. Take advantage of the two moveable weights and change them to get that customized feel whether you want a heavier or lighter putter head. This high MOI mallet type putter boasts of a Winn Medalist grip and is available in length options of 33, 34 and 35 inches.
This putter’s head construction makes use of a steel wire frame much like the one used in the Monza Corza providing more forgiveness and MOI.
If you seek to promote your distance-enhancing draw, the TaylorMade r5 Dual D TI Driver is the ideal driver for you. It boasts of permanent TLC or TaylorMade Launch Control cartridges that are widely-spaced and pre-configured. With this feature you no longer have to position the weight anymnore since it ideally done by the TLC.
You also get high moments of inertia, maximum forgiveness and provides a draw. It has a 450cc titanium clubhead that gives you confidence and solid contact with the ball.
Expect high ball velocity with the new TaylorMade r5 Dual D TI Driver thanks to the revolutionary Inverted Cone Technology.