Taylor made r7 425 driver 9.5
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the "r7" was not just a golf club, it was the beginning of a revolution in golf equipment from a company that was a major player in the industry on a quest to shake up the industry and get more than their fair share. Being a low handicap player I knew this driver and what it could do for any player.
It was a gift for my son.He has been wanting one for a long time.He can finally hit the ball like his mentor Tiger Woods
Bought this club on Ebay for 100.00. 10.5 deg with reg reax shaft. The club is very accurate. I hit every fairway but 1 on the first time out. With the reax shaft I was ballooning the ball way to high and losing distance. so I changed the shaft to a grafalloy proto nt85 stiff. now it does'nt balloon and it is even more accurate than before. and longer. The moveable weights really work. I set the weights for maximum draw and almost hooked the ball off the range for the next few hits. I naturally hit the ball with a draw so I moved the weights to maximum fade. now I hit it straight or with just a slight fade or draw. I think you will like this driver. but if you have a high swing speed try to get a stiffer shaft with a higher kickpoint.
I hit my drive with my Titleist 983K, then I hit another with my partner's R580XD. My 580XD drive flew my 983K ball and stopped 25-30 yards beyond it. I immediately reserved an original R7.
I loved my R7 and often watched with delight as others compared their drivers and left shaking their heads and their drivers. Not wanting ever to be beaten by technology, I bought the new R7 425 when it came out. It was better than the original with a larger sweet spot and more forgiveness than the original.
If you adjust the screws, be prepared for the result. If you adjust it for lower trajectory, you're likely to lose yardage under normal conditions. (Remember, the ground and the grass offer more resistance than the air.) Although, you might benefit from such an adjustment under windy c onditions. If you adjust it to draw or fade the ball, you tend to get that result. For real players, this is not really an advantage and having to leave it in whatever adjustment you make until you finish the round could be a real disadvantage. Otherwise, I am definitely a believer in this technology.
My only problem has been the feedback. Miss hits sound very much like center hits, only they are shorter and slightly off line. That said, I highly recommend it, although you will probably get even more forgiveness with the increased sweet spot of the R7 Quad, or R7 460. I opted for the 460 Burner because I was not adjusting the neutral setting and I like the forgiveness and higher MOI of the 460 Burner.
You could save a few bucks and go with one of the R5 460s. Regardless of which TaylorMade Driver you choose, there is no doubt in dafoxyman's mind that TaylorMade has the best technology and range of selections. When it comes to drivers, TaylorMade is constantly rewriting the book. I recommend TaylorMade to all of my friends. Better yet, I let them hit my TaylorMade and they make up their own minds! That's TDD--TaylorMade Driver Dominance.