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PostSubject: TaylorMade R9 Driver Review   Thu Oct 27, 2011 5:40 am

For several years I have been playing a straight tee shot with a miss being a fade, and bought my drivers to suit my swing. But now with theTaylorMade R9 Driver, I can move the ball both ways. TaylorMade’s R9 driver comes with a 65-gram Fujikura Motore graphite shaft with a High Inertia Tip (or HIT) for extra kick. Fujikura's proprietary and proven H.I.T stores more energy during the downswing and releases the energy just before impact while maintaining the shaft and club's stability. At first glance the R9 Driver features a new clubhead shape that is a blend of modern and classic designs in 422cc clubhead. The result is greater distance and accuracy in all clubs. Motore's "smart" shaping of the tip enables these benefits while minimizing weight, allowing the tip end to accelerate faster than conventional tips.

Because the TaylorMade R9 Driver has 8 different holsel positions which change the angle of the face, as well as 3 different weight settings which change the center of gravity, the driver can be optimized to fit anybody’s swing, low to high handicapped players. The Golf Clubs R9 is a very predictable driver that can be customized to individual swings. If a person has trouble closing the face an impact resulting in a push or a slice, then the face angle as well as the center of gravity can be adjusted to correct for swing flaws. Here, I would like to recommend you the Golf Clubs Sale Ping G15 Driver.

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