Reviews and Problems with TaylorMade r7 CGB MAX Driver
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nice club, love the look. but made for faster swing player
13 June 2012
Summary: nice club, good look; the only problem i guess i am getting old and this club is made for faster swing players, so because of that i lost on average 5 to 10 yards in the worst case and is not as forgiving as the new models w/460 cc head. but overall. nothing wrong w/ the driver is more the golfer than anything else.
The club has a geat look and sound. Buy it if you can find it !
10 July 2011
Summary: I'm currently playing r7 CGB 9.5' and lovin' it. I purchased the 8.5 CGB to lower my launch angle. The one I purchased was an x-stiff and my intent was to reshaft it (which I did) to a stiff shaft. The only thing I did'nt like about the purchase was the pictured item shows the NON interchangeable shaft club head and the club I recieved was WITH the interchange shaft which means I was going to need shaft adaptors.
Summary: Bought the CGB with the 45 gram shaft to add distance at a slow swing speed. Driver works very good as long as you remember to swing smooth and steady. Gained the distance i had been looking for while keeping the ball in the fairway.
Summary: I bought this club for my husband for Christmas. I bought him a R7 driver last year and the head has a crack in it, he liked it so much I bought him another. He also uses a Cobra driver but he hits the R7 much better.
TaylorMade r7 CGB MAX Rescue Fairway Wood Golf Club
19 November 2009
Summary: Well the price was excellent and according to the description I wasn't expecting to be the quality as good as what I recieved. Lots of people say how good things are and generally they fall a bit short once you recieve them but not this club, very happy! I have not had the chance to use it but I will soon.
Summary: driver is nice and light without being overly flexible for a regular shaft at 50 grams... have to get used to looking at a slightly closed face.. but when it's hit, it goes!! really easy to hit...
Summary: It's an awesome driver with all the ability of an original r7 but since it's a display it has no warranty (in the description) and the paint on the exterior of the head comes off with a good hit with a golfball. It still works just as fine as a normal r7 but made with less quality material, which is what you'd expect for a $140 price tag compared to the the original $400-$500 price.
Summary: the shaft , aldila 65 S proto is pretty good quality , and I have a 3 wood same model that works very fine for me. I have just started to use it and I can tell that in my first game I already see an inprove of 20 yards minimun and straigther than my previous MWT with an aldila 65 S .