Summary: I've been playing a 9.5 and 10.5 since they came out. I've reduced the weight with lighter weights and 45 gram Graffaloy Prolaunch shafts to try to increase distance with limited success. Rearranging weight for directional/trajectory control seems to make no difference whatsoever. It seems like the power is all in the top part of the face. When I hit it off the bottom it feels like dead solid perfect but goes on a low line to nowhere.
Summary: I love this driver it hits great and can also customize to your swing by its weight technology!! But because it is an older model it is not as aerodynamic as the new drivers wich mean it gives u a lower swing speed than the newer drivers wich means the new ones give more distance! + the newer models like the nike vr or taylormade r9 have much easier and more customizable options!!! Soo if u have alot of money and are good at golf i would get a newer model driver!
Summary: Mine got stolen out of my truck,so I went on eBay and purchased another one. I hit a natural draw, but it is nice to be able to fade it every now and then.I hit this driver around 250-300, So, whoever stole my driver out of my truck,I put a spell on you and worst of all, God saw you do it.
Summary: i was looking for a new driver and ebay was the perfect place to get one.i found a taylormade r7 superquad driver,used, for only 79.00, it was really a steal.i would recommend ebay to anyone looking for a great deal.
Summary: I'm a new golfer (under 1 year), high handicap (golf), but a "big, strong guy" as described by other players. My set driver is a Nicaulus 10 deg. "i" flex that cracks at the corners every time I get it replaced. I "borrowed" the 9.5 stiff flex driver from a friend (picked it up for $25) and I CRUSH this club... sometimes. I don't have a big frame of reference, but the first time I hit this at the range, it was nuts.
Summary: I needed to spend more time working on my swing with this club, but it just wasn't working out too well... I went back to my old R7 Draw driver and I felt more comfortable. My brother in law is using the R7 superquad and he really likes it and has been crushing drives all over the place with it, so I know it's a very good club... I'm not not good enough to take full advantage... I shoot in the low 90's.
Summary: I actually have 3 different r7 drivers and to tell you the truth there is very minimal difference in all. The weight system does make a little difference but most r7s including the: 460, Quad and SuperQuad, are basically the exact same head. As most know, these days it's all about the shaft, not the clubhead. Taylor Made does make some of the best clubs in the world, no doubt about it, hell I own 3...make that 4, I still have my old ti-Bubble 2.
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: I can't really give a fair review because the club I purchased has a stiff flex shaft and that isn't the shaft for me, my swing speed is too slow. I need to purchase one with regular flex shaft. But what I could tell from the driver I purchased, I think it's a very good club, forgiving, and I hit it pretty well considering the flex. I think I would hit the regular flex r7 Quad well. And the weight screws really do make a difference, it isn't just a gimmick.
Summary: This is my second TaylorMade driver. It is superior to the 580 (my previous driver). Off center hits are longer and straighter. I purchased a European model with a COR of 860 vs the US with a COR of 830. There is a noticeable difference at the point of contact. The ball jumps off the club face and is GONE. Unfortunately, the ball flight is considerably higher and thus the difference in distance is not what I expected. I normally drive between 250 and 300.