Reviews and Problems with TaylorMade R9 Superdeep TP Driver
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This club is long but not automatic. You have to hit the sweet spot.
7 May 2012
Summary: Trying to get used to my R-9 driver. I have hit some drives that have really gone further, but the sweet spot does not seem to be really large. I have to learn to swing it easier and hit it in the middle of the club face. If you get off center the hits aren't good at all. It is also easier to hit a draw or a fade with this club. That can be good if you are trying to move the ball, but sometimes it has a mind of its own.
Summary: The R9 TP BBLB is hot...This club is no doubt a players club but, when you hit the middle of the clubface ......it goes a long way. I love the club, however the new Taylor made R-11 is just as long and a little nore forgiving..They are both the two best drivers on the market in my humble opinion. It is all about what look you want....Remember, just because the clubhead is white, don't make it write................
Solid Club that gives you a way to adjust the club to your swing!
6 July 2011
Summary: Golf Club is very good. It seems to be very accurate off of the tee. It took me a little while to get it set up correctly, but now I seem to be able to keep it in the fairway and work the ball either way. I had the R5 before this driver and I can hit this one about 15-20 yards longer consistently. I bought this to upgrade to something a little newer than what I previously had.
Summary: I like the driver because of the technology of moveable weights. This allows the player to customize the driver. At this point there is nothing I dislike about the driver and the primary reason I brought it was the price savings on eBay versus buying it retail.