TaylorMade r7 Draw Driver



TaylorMade r7 Draw Driver The TaylorMade r7 Draw Driver is specially designed to help cure a slice and promote straighter drives. Combined with TaylorMade's Draw-Weighted technology utilizing the latest materials and construction methods, this Draw Driver is remarkably stable and forgiving on off-center hits.

Featuring a titanium face built with the Inverted Cone Technology (ICT) ensures a bigger and deep club face for that massive effective sweet spot that can deliver a high COR - that means higher ball velocity and longer drives. The ICT expands the COR by repositioning the extra weight to the heel, moving the club head's CG closer to the shaft which in turn increases the speed of club face rotation during forward swing, and impart draw-spins or reduce slice-spins.

The sole channel at the bottom of the club has a sexy, bright yellow stripe; but don't let that distract your attention from what it can deliver. TaylorMade's r7 460cc club head offers Super-high moment of inertia (MOI), higher than any TaylorMade driver to date, which reduces twisting for fantastic forgiveness. It helps turn a moderate slice into a manageable draw, and gain some extra distance along the way.

The TaylorMade r7 Draw Driver features a soft-tipped graphite shaft by Mitsubishi Rayon that is designed to produce a high-launch trajectory, improving the right-to-left ball flight in the process. This RE*AX 55-gram soft shaft encourages better swing velocity for greater distance and an easier draw. It handles lighter than most drivers and it's obvious weight difference gives it an edge over the others.

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Player's feedback and comments



I been without a drvier for over 5 years, just using a 3 wood off the tee. I had tried many drivers but was never able to hit with them, I was able to hit this driver from the start
Carl

I own a draw biased R5. Distance on that club is great but workability is not. A couple of months ago a friend raved about the Cleveland XLS Hi-Bore Tour driver which has a 2 degree open face. Per recommendation from folks at Cleveland Golf I ended up buying a 9.5 degree regular flex stock shaft. I lost 10-30 yards. Eventually I was able to get rid of it and ended up hitting over 30 drivers. I liked a couple of Titleset models and the R7 draw. Eventually I opted for the 9.5 Stiff r7 draw because it was $200 less expensive than the Titlest. This club gives me the same distance as the R5 I have, but much better workability. The stock shaft is better than the Fujikura on the R5, and the mid tip allows for a lower trajectory shot if needed. Overall a very nice club....
Reviewed by: Arlen, Temecula California

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