To prove just how much an adjustable driver can change your game, we collected new drivers from Callaway, Cobra, Nike, Ping and TaylorMade. Using the swing robot from Golf Laboratories Inc., we. TaylorMade have unveiled their new R1 driver, the follow-up product to the massively-successful R11S. The R1 has been designed with 12 loft options and seven face angle settings, as well as the brand’s famous movable weight technology – but despite the high level of adjustability, it’s an intuitive bit of kit that is straight forward to use. How to adjust a TaylorMade R1 driver, for loft, lie angle, and fade or draw bias.This is Darcy Schmidt at Golf Stuff in Welland Ontario, 540 Niagara Street.
|Driver Weight(+-3)||200 grams|
|Face Material||9-6-4 Titanium|
|Face Angle||1 Degree Closed|
|Diameter||.335 Parallel Tip|
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I currently have two TaylorMade R11S driver heads sitting on my desk, a 10.5 and 12 degree.
They're pretty, they sound ok, I've really gotten used to the white, but there is a major problem..
Is there a problem with the ball speed, is it poorly made? No, it's intentionally mislabeled, and I'm sure the new R1 will be no different.
Read on if you want to hit it 20+ yards farther today..
The new R1 is supposed to allow you to change the loft from around 8 degrees to 12 degrees. Anyone with any experience with adjustable heads will tell you that will severely open or shut the club face.
TaylorMade says their adjustable sole plate solves that problem, and in my experience with the R11s, it has been able to setup square no matter how I adjusted the loft which is a completely different story when you compare it to the Titleist 910.
The problem is that the TaylorMade R11S 10.5 degree head is actually a WEAK 3 wood.
That's right, the true loft when measured with a loft measuring tool from GolfWorks is actually 16.5 degrees!!!
It's 17.5 degrees on the 12 degree head.
Why does TaylorMade knowingly mislabel their product? Simply because they know that's what most high handicap golfers actually need.
Most high handicap players hit the ball poorly with low speed and need the ball to stay in the air as long as possible to get any distance out of it. However, if you're a lower handicap golfer or someone who swings over 95 mph, you're losing a lot of distance.
The simple answer as to why we use Nakashima heads is that they:
So, when you buy a 10.5 Nakashima head from RotarySwing.com, you're actually buying a 10.5 head!
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