The white TaylorMade R11 Driver secured its first Tour victory on European soil in the hands of Raphael Jaquelin, who shot four rounds in the 60s on his way to winning the Sicily Open and a 12 under par total.
It followed wins at the Honda Classic (Rory Sabbatini) and also the WGC Accenture Matchplay (Luke Donald) and helped the Frenchman with the fluid golf swing to finish third in driving distance for the week (310 yards) and 8th in accuracy off the tee (80 % fairway hit) despite the windy conditions.
The best price r11 driver incorporates TaylorMade's Movable Weight Technology (to promote a desired bias or trajectory changes), plus its Flight Control Technology (to change loft and face angle). The R11 driver adds another tech, what TaylorMade calls its Adjustable Sole Plate.
The white color makes the 440cc clubhead appear slightly larger, TaylorMade says, and provides a greater contrast to the turf to make aiming easier - an advantage more pronounced in lower light conditions, according to the company.
Jacquelin, one of 63 players using TaylorMade drivers in Sicily (nearly twice as many as their nearest rival), has his 9-degree driver set Open with 6-gramme weights in the heel and toe and also uses the TaylorMade Penta TP ball, assisting him in finishing top of the 'Greens in regulation' stats for the week.
Besides, the 27-year-old from North Carolina is currently using the white R11 driver, ranking third in driving distance on the PGA Tour with an average of 314.2 yards, as well as TaylorMade R11 Irons, xFT wedges and Penta TP ball.