Reviews and Problems with TaylorMade r7 Limited Driver
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TaylorMade r7 Limited Review
Golf Club Driver Review
20 January 2010
Conclusion: Bottom Line - This is a perfect club for a beginner golfer or a player that tends to spray the ball all over the course. If you are a little more accurate you may want to check out the Adams Speedline Driver which gives you a some more distance but less forgiveness.
Summary: Allways get the loft of a new driver checked before purchasing. In feb 09 i purchased a r7 limited 9.5 driver. I found that i was continuesly hitting the ball way to high and there was probably nothing wrong with the driver. It was probably my swing? 1000s of dollars later after many lessons, nothing had changed. I then went to a professional **** in Nov 09 to get a stiffer shaft. He then showed me the reason why. The angle had been set at 13.2 degrees.
Conclusion: TaylorMade r7 Limited Driver : In 2004, TaylorMade introduced Movable Weight Technology in a seminal driver called the r7 quad, which gave golfers the ability to move weight in the driver head to promote changes in trajectory to gain greater distance and accuracy. It was followed by the r7 425, the r7 460 and r7 SuperQuad, drivers whose groundbreaking performance fueled record popularity among tour professionals and recreational players alike.
Excerpt: The GM team give you a sneak preview of the TaylorMade r7 Limited driver . Three weight ports in the back of the head allow players to manipulate where the centre of gravity sits to alter the flight characteristics of their drives. The TaylorMade r7 Limited offers players flight changes of up to 35 yards between a right-to-left and left-to-right shape. Inverted Cone Technology in the face should also help create fast ball speed for long drives. Where next?