Taylormade's Popular Fairways: R1, R11, R11s Fairway Wood

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Taylormade's Popular Fairways: R1, R11, R11s Fairway Wood

Postby Angelbabysister » Wed Aug 28, 2013 3:49 am

I have already purchased the R11 driver and was very impressed, extra 30 yards on my driving distance. TaylorMade R1 Driver So, impressed that I bought the Taylormade R11 fairway wood, and have increased distance as well as accuracy. The distance is far exceeded my expectations.

The Taylormade R11 Fairway Wood brings new technology, innovation, and aesthetics to the proud line of TaylorMade clubs. With it's distinctive white crown and black face, the R11 is one of the easiest fairway woods to align at address ever, while massive technological features ensure the proper fit for every golfer, allowing you to maximize distance through proper loft, face angle, and flight path customization.

TaylorMade R11s Fairway wood employs pull-face construction to create a thin, light, fast clubface that promotes high ball speed. The crown and walls are made using our Ultra-Thin Wall (UTW) casting process to reach 0.6 mm at their thinnest point. The thin crown weighs less, and that weight is used to move the CG position forward. This forward location increases ball speed by reducing dynamic loft and creating better launch conditions.

The matte-white finish eliminates hot spots and glare to promote improved focus. The white head looks larger to promote more confidence and a fast, free swing speed. discount golf clubs The deeper face and lower center of gravity creates an easier launch and the white crown and black face makes alignment easy and eliminates glare on top. Adjustable Sole Plate (ASP) technology allows you to set the face in a square position or open or close the face angle by two degrees.

Taylormade R1 fairway wood features an all-lofts-in-one-head design similar to R11 and R11s driver. TaylorMade may even use a refined head shape with weights in the R1 placed closer to the face.
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