Taylormade R1 driver feels more forgiving than R11s

Taylormade R1 driver feels more forgiving than R11s from discountgolfaustralian.com

By: discountgolfaustralian.com  28-Nov-2013
Keywords: Australia Golf Online

Well the R1 has a much wider range of adjustable options so TaylorMade say that this is ‘one driver for everyone’. There are 12 different loft settings over a range of 8 to 12 degrees including 2 upright positions. This means that there will only be one model and then you change the loft to suit. When you change the loft you will also be changing the face angle of the club so if you don’t like the way it sits at address then you use the new sole plate to adjust that too. This is the standout feature on the sole of the driver and looks like a compass as it offers 7 positions of a range of plus or minus 3 degrees. It does look better than the previous version and is a little more exposed so it does have a greater effect. There are various solutions to the adjusted face angle issue and because this club has two points of contact with the ground at address under the face and the sole plate then this is TaylorMade’s answer.

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