Reviews and Problems with TaylorMade R9 460 Driver
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Josh, Golf Gear Review
25 November 2010
Summary: If your misses are low and left, I recommend this club. I went from 10.5 TM Burner '09 (stiff)to this club (11.5 regular with 1 degree open) and hit it so much better on the launch monitor and on the course. It's nice to hit the ball square. Distance, accuracy, and forgiveness were all very good.
Pros: Fighting low, left drives. Went in to buy Callaway FT-9 Tour. The R9 460 (1 degree open) was the straightest driver by far of the bunch. I hit the ball higher too.
Summary: I love this driver and the 460 head. Was a big upgrade for me starting to play again after limited play for 20 years. The 9.5 has plenty of ball height, for me anyway. Tee it up a little higher than i did my old Bubble Taylor with much smaller head.
Summary: Someone let me try this out at a driving range. I crushed a long drive with little effort and immediately resolved to buy one for myself. I upgraded from an 2008 standard Burner. My best drives with this are 20 to 30 yards longer than my best drives with my old club.
Summary: It is a really worked as a Magic for me. I am a beginner and I slice lot. While purchasing this product, sales man changed the face angle to "left", after that it is really worked very well with my slice. My slice is gone and I am hitting very stright and 20 to 30 yards more.
Summary: This is the driver i've been looking for. The adjustable shaft and weights have made a world of difference for my slice. Now I seem to be hooking more often, but I'm still tinkering. I've hit the R11, and I can't tell any difference between the two (other than the paint job, of course).
Great Club, good price...taylormade...what else do you need?
6 June 2010
Summary: Bought this club to replace my Titleist 907d2. This club is sooo much nicer. Has flexibility to change your trajectory, nice look and solid on contact. I had an old Taylormade prior to my Titleist and missed it badly and now I know why.