The average Pro plays a 44 or That is exactly the comment I made to the salesman while trying it out in the swing analysis center. Put the standard version in play at the end of the year on the back nine of my final round. Is there a difference in shaft length between the two clubs? Mark Fragiao 2 years ago.
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But do you realise that the 14 yard improvement is over a 10 year period. The TaylorMade R7 driver is 460c adjustable weighted driver that comes in 3 versions theand TP.
You don’t want to set the club too weighted if you don’t need it. They never even mentioned shafts between the two.
If you get better performance with a shorter shaft as a pro, one would think that the average golfer would benefit even more. I wonder how much closer the real numbers would be to these numbers without the COR limits since some of the technological advances would be truncated by the rule restrictions? In the end, choosing one over the other would come down more to brand loyalty than because one driver is significantly better than the other, so we decided to give both a Bronze award.
Sorry, I meant Most Wanted…. Alfriday 2 years ago.
Horses for courses I suppose. I bought the TaylorMade r7 SuperQuad driver in July having used a Srixon for some time and I have to say it is the best investment I have made in a golf club. This is due to lower spin off the club face and increased roll. None of the mace brands would warranty a 10 year old club that had seen thousands of swings. Chris Bourquin 2 years ago.
Thank you for the free, factual and unbiased information! Write a Review Thank you, your review has been submitted successfully and will be included on the page once approved. Sticking with my SQ. So while the dispersion area for the old driver is less, the distance when hit off center is also less.
This page was last edited on 10 Septemberat However, for the fairness of the test, SQ could possibly benefit from a higher launch. Somehow, TaylorMade created a powerhouse of a club that hits straight but feels like a 3-wood in my hands. Mark Fragiao 2 years ago. To me, the first RBZ driver was easiest to control. It just comes down to if you have this old driver in your bag vs buying a new one….
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It seems to me after a couple of seasons of full-time use, something is lost. Like to see what the difference is for submph swingers looks like, where a large portion of golfers swing. So much to choose from! All told, if you are a senior or a beginner with a swing speed below 90 mph, the Quad will likely lead to lower scores for you, and at a much lower cost!
I would expect higher yardage gains from higher swing speeds. With only two weight ports you are more limited than with the TaylorMade r7 Other than the difference in weight mentioned previously, both the Titleist and TaylorMade shafts had a very similar feel.
The biggest advancements in the last decade are driven by material changes and being able to move weight around with more freedom.
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Thank you, your review has been submitted successfully and will be included on the page once approved. Now I know there was only one Arnie.