Reviews and Problems with TaylorMade r7 Draw Fairway
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Great Club, loving it.
2 January 2013
Summary: Great club, it really does help promote a draw or at least counteract my tendency to slice, which is what I was looking for. To be clear, this club does not fix a slice completely, you can certainly still slice this if its hit that way, but it does straighten out most shots. I don't know if I would have paid full price when it was new, but for the price now in 2012 it can't be beat in my opinion.
Summary: I am very happy with my purchase. I had the draw driver that I hit very well. That said if I hit the driver well I felt I would be able to hit the 3 wood with the accuracy. I was right. GREAT CLUB !!
Summary: I bought this club a few weeks ago and tested it out yesterday on the course. I was amazed! I already own the r7 draw irons, so I had an idea of how it would hit, but it blew away any expectations. Straight every time! The draw feature really minimizes any slice or fade. If you slice the ball, this is the club for you.
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. I liked the club but sold it because I over cooked it, now I wish I had it back, switched to a senior shaft , no draw model from another company, the Taylor was better.
Summary: Wow. Im not the best golfer in the world by any means, avg score low 80's. I bought TaylorMade r7 draw 3 and 5 fairway woods to help with some shorter holes and for second shots on the long ones. I have been very happy with both. The 5 wood is by far my favorite club these days. Bye-Bye 3 and 4 iron! I hit the 5 so smooth and consistent. I have never been really good with long irons so this has had a huge impact on my game.