Reviews and Problems with TaylorMade r7 Draw Fairway
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Taylormade R7 Draw Fairway
Ed Hill, My Golf Club Reviews
13 January 2011
Summary: Since get into the senior age and now older I had the 15* draw three wood. It not only took the right side out of the game, it introduced me to the left side and missing to the left became common.
Conclusion: I recently received this used club as a gift. I am trying to configure the weight distribution so it is neutral (not hooking or slicing). I hit my wood fairly straight. What weight combination should I do? Currently, the club has 6 grams on the toe and 4 grams on the heel.
Conclusion: hands down the best three wood i have ever hit. i wouldnt consider getting it if your not making solid contact 8 of 10 times. but if your your a mid handicapper this wouldbe a great addition to your bag, you can find them in great condision used for about 80 dollars!
Conclusion: Great review. got this club for my 15th bday and i was off 15, 1 round later dropped my handicap by 2 getting an eagle on a par 5 (my first by the way) hit this club 210-220 consistently. reccomend this club to anyone (got mine at a half price weekend sale at narrallen)
Conclusion: Part 2: Head showed up in the mail. Shafted and gripped it, to the driving range. This club in incredable. I can hit low and high shots with it. The slightly taller face is great off the tee and off the deck easy to get up in the air.
Conclusion: I have just bought a lh r7 tp 3 woodhead from ebay for 50.00. Haven't put it together however your article gave me what I needed to build it to spec. Thanks.. Look forward to trying it out!!!
Conclusion: I got to try mine out for the first time today and all I have to say is "Wow, this this is a rocket launcher" I agree that the flight is higher than the 904F and the sound is definately LOUD but I hit it great and if it performs again like it did today then it will me kicking my 904F out of the bag.
Conclusion: If you like the 200, you'll want to wait for the R7 steel to come out. Same TLC moveable weight technology in the shape (and ballflight) of the venerable 200. Plus it's steel, so it feels heavier and easier to control.
Conclusion: uh oh. Now I'm really confused. I dumped r7 driver in favor of not-weighted 510TP, I think all these configurations were putting too much pressure on my overworked already golf-brain... I'm using TM200's for the past 3 years and haven't found a fairway wood matching in preformance...