Summary: I've always had a nasty slice on occasion, but anyone that knows a little bit about the mechanics of a golf swing knows not any one club is just going to correct a slice. I figured I'd give this club a try to see if it lessened the slice when my swing goes south, well, it didn't. I even got less distance off my drives that I sliced. It was not as long off the tee as my MacGregor MacTec NVG2 either. No club is going to magically fix your swing.
Summary: The R7 Draw irons are ok nothing special and, I have played every major brand. They are a little shorter in distance than many others I've hit and would not compare them to a super game improvement club.
Summary: I have mixed feelings about these clubs. I got the last march for $200, a great price. When I first got them, they were a huge improvement over my rac os's. I hit them 10 yards farther and a bit straighter. My focus was just on hitting a straight shot, instead of working the ball. Since, my handicap has dropped from a 22 to a 13 and the shafts have become too light. Even more than other clubs, the wrong flex effects the ball fight drastically.
Summary: This purchase seemed like a good deal and prompted me to buy a second set of higher quality.After reading other reviews of people getting fake clubs I called the TaylorMade 800 number to see if the serial numbers on the sets were in their system. They were not. The sellers response was a weak excuse that whoever they got them from for resale failed to send the serial number to TaylorMade.They offered to take them back for an exchange and not a refund.I requested the...
Summary: These are nice clubs except that the weight is very unevenly distributed. All the weight is in the head similar to children's clubs. Also the shafts are a little longer than normal, but once you get used to them you'll love 'um.
Summary: I've played 10-15 rounds with these. Mine have steel, stiff shafts. Pros: Definitely reduced my slice. Nice balance, not too head heavy. Solid hits produce straight, long shots. They're pretty! Cons: They tend to want set up closed faced and can hit the ball straight to the left at times. I've shanked a few pitch shots with these and that's not normal for me.