Excerpt: It has been a while since a club has got as much hype as this one. The TaylorMade R7 Quad takes customization to an entirely different level by allowing the player to change the weight distribution in the clubhead. Have a slice? Change the weight in such a way that the face will close on impact. Want to hit the ball higher? Lower the club's center of gravity by moving more weight to the back. Wow… who knew physics could be so fun!
Conclusion: Overall it's a great looking club that allows you to work the ball unlike most of the mailboxes you see on the market touting MOI. One other thing, this ht (high trajectory) model does not "balloon" the ball. It launches it higher than average and far! Check out all our great deals on TaylorMade Drivers .
Excerpt: The idea of movable weight is something that has really taken off over the past few years. TaylorMade Golf has been at the forefront of this charge and the r7 SuperQuad is one of their most recent entries into this exciting market segment.
Summary: The Big Ben C455 fairway wood really hasn’t had much love this year. It’s rare to find a review of it, it doesn’t appear on Tour, you don’t see it in many Hogan ads and customers don’t ask for it. I don’t know if many customers even know that it exists.