TaylorMade r7 Draw Driver Review

TaylorMade r7 Draw Driver Review
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TaylorMade r7 Draw Driver Review – The TaylorMade R7 Draw driver certainly lives up to its name without turning everything into a snap hook.

TaylorMade r7 Draw Driver
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TaylorMade r7 Draw Driver Review
TaylorMade r7 Draw Driver Review

TaylorMade r7 Draw Driver Review

In our tests, a natural gentle fade was straightened up and a straight shot turned into a nice gentle draw. So if either of these are your natural shots then this is the club for you. It looks very good at address from above and even the weighting underneath looks pretty good.

The sound and feel at impact was very solid and we really enjoyed hitting it. The only issue we could see is whether someone will admit to being a slicer by buying one!

However once you have swallowed your pride and hit this a few times then you will be parting with the cash as the R7 Draw driver is a great value for money club.

Review by Martin HopleyGolfalot.com

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TaylorMade r7 Draw Driver

TaylorMade r7 Draw Driver – Product Details

UK Launch 31 August 2006
Handicap Range
Low
 
High
Golfer Mens
Hand Availability Left, Right
Left Handed Lofts 9°, 10.5°
Right Handed Lofts 9°, 10.5°, 13°
Material Titanium
Shaft Types Graphite
Shaft Flex X Stiff, Stiff, Regular, Light
Manufacturer’s Website TaylorMade Website

In the spring of 1979 a golf equipment salesman named Gary Adams took out a $24,000 loan on his home and founded the TaylorMade Golf Company. He rented a 6,000 square-foot building that at one time housed a television assembly plant. Counting him, there were three employees and a single, innovative product: a 12-degree driver cast of stainless steel.

This new metalwood looked and sounded different from a wooden wood, and most important, it performed differently. The clubhead’s perimeter-weighting offered greater forgiveness on mis-hits, while the lower center of gravity made it easier to launch the ball in the air.

Adams, the son of a golf professional, was adamant that TaylorMade clubs maintain ties to what true golfers perceived an authentic golf club should look and feel like. They were committed to combining innovation with authenticity, to always be passionate about the game, and pledged to be competitive – to work hard to establish itself and grow.

These four tenets would take them far. The same values singled out 30 years ago by Gary Adams are still revered and practiced today at TaylorMade, adidas Golf and Ashworth as we continue to deliver products that help players of all skill levels reach their potential. Since 1979 our mission has remained the same: Create the Best Performing Golf Products in the World.

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