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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.
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.
The TaylorMade R7 SUPERQUAD DRIVER is the ideal golf club for players who are diligent researching the equipment they use and in playing a technical game. it boasts of the Movable Weight Technology popularized by TaylorMade. With this golf club, you can customize your ball flight.
It also boasts of TaylorMade’s Inverted Cone Technology responsible for maximum forgiveness as well as producing high moments of inertia exeeding the USGA conforming 5800.
The R7 SuperQuad driver has a 460cc clubhead and the RE*AX 65 shaft by Fujikura. It is easy to launch and has a long trajectory and low center of gravity.