Reviews and Problems with TaylorMade R11 TP Driver
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Value for money 10
Gordon Gekko, GolfReview.com
23 October 2012
Summary: I have to tell you, the last 20 years haven't been easy on me. Ever since that little pr!ck Bud Fox turned on me and spilled the beans on my insider trading scam, I've been struggling to get back to where I was. The truth is, I never should have bought into the whole Blue Star Airlines thing. For cryin' out loud, Bud Fox's dad worked there. I should have known it would turn out to be a horrible buyout.
Summary: I bought this club cause I have a couple of friends who swear by the R11. It's a beautiful Club, The only problem is I can't hit this very well. My ball trajectory is very low even adjusting it from the standard 9.0 to the higher trajectory. I had a friend hit it and do OK (sliced it though)but he hits everything high. I need to do alot more practicing with it. I do look good though. Please note, I'm not a good golfer. I shoot in the 90's and play once a month.
Summary: This is a very good driver that is easy to hit but, if you do not have a hard fast swing speed, I would stay away from the TP...this driver will help improve your average distance. I would purchase it again.
Great club for scratch and low handicappers only; critical sweet spot
24 December 2011
Summary: Mine came with the Aldila 60g Blur shaft. The club came weighted for draw with the heavier of the two weights in the heel of the club. I hit a few and found this set-up totally unacceptable -- I exchanged the weights, moving the heavier weight to the toe. This made it feel better but launches were still too low. I changed the shaft to a Matrix HD 5 stiff and this solved the launch angle problems.