Reviews and Problems with TaylorMade R11 TP Driver
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Fear, The Greenskeeper
19 September 2012
Conclusion: I was hitting a Taylormade R9 TP driver and thought it was a great club. Figured I would buy and try the R11S TP and see what happenes and if it would make much of a difference. Got the 9 degree X-Stiff shaft and played my first round at Robonson Ranch with it. Stated off not too bad.
Summary: I was playing a Callaway Razr Driver prior to my R11 purchase. The cool thing now is to have a white driver so that's exactly what I did. I got the 9 degree because I'm close to scratch and hit a high ball. I usually shoot low 70's and win our annual match play event.
Conclusion: I was very fortunate to test drive the R11 and came away very impressed with this club. It looks great and feels just has good as it looks and although I was in a simulator I had a better feel compared to the last two drivers I had purchessed in the past both from Callaway.
Summary: I used this driver once and loved it. the one that I hit was nice it was a little lighter than my g10. I hit this club pretty far. the feel to it was great. I would definitely recommend this driver.
Conclusion: I purchased this driver about 6 weeks ago and really like it. First, the ball just leaps off the face of this driver - I'm averaging about 15 yards longer off the tee - went from 250-260 now to 265-275 with occasional strikes 290+ - never thought this 50-something year old man would ever be hitting...
Love the white head! $249 new at GolfSmith currently.
DaddyBiggie, The Greenskeeper
15 March 2011
Conclusion: I'm a traditionalist when it comes to golf clubs. I've never been a fan of crazy color schemes, and my last driver was a Titleist 909D. That being said I find the white head easier to align. GolfSmith has these on clearance for $249. I feel that at $249 price point you won't find a better driver.
Conclusion: Was using Calloway IQ Driver that I bought two years ago. I could hit it well, but had a difficult time knowing where it was going to go. I switched to the R11 about a month ago and went from 250-260 yrds to 265+ and down the middle or with a little overdraw to the left. I'm a fan !!!