Summary: I have had my other driver for 5 years. No matter how I swung it, the ball would go either right or left. The first time I put the R7 in my hand it went hard right. The first 9 holes of the first round was terrible. Then it started to straighten out.
Summary: The R7 superquad is a wonderful club to consider. The graphite shaft and light weight help get good distance, even with a slow (beginner) swing speed. The advantage to that is being able to focus on your swing mechanics with out sacrificing distance.
Summary: I've been using an r7 quad 400cc driver for two years and it has really helped straiten out my drives. I recently upgraded to the r7 Superquad 460 cc driver 10.5 loft and hit my longest drive ever - and strait down the center of the fairway!
Summary: I believe that this driver, with the weight distribution system offers great flexibility and versatility. The driver is very forgiving, so even shots that are not exactly on the sweet spot still have a good outcome. I am very happy with this driver.
Summary: This is my third R7 driver. I cracked the crown of the first one (a major crack, about 3/4 inch split right on the top - TaylorMade DID NOT REPLACE IT even though I was within the warranty period) on a drive that endd up being 320 yards.
Conclusion: I have been using this driver for a while now and I must say its certainly one of the best I have ever hit. My bag is now comprised of all Taylor Made products (putter excepted however I have trialled the ‘Daytona’)
Excerpt: My first descent Driver, i used the square Frazer drive and i was playing off 21, lacking distance with it i wanted to lower my handicap so i went for the the Superquad because of high ratings and the changable weights thing. Best descicion of my game, Now i hit it 250+ and now i'm playing off 13.