No matter what their product is, the TaylorMade company goes well beyond what most would expect. The new R1 can be the best out there and you need to hit it. From TaylorMade R11 Driver to RocketBallz and now we have the R1, the newest driver in a long line of great clubs that the company has put out there.
The TaylorMade R1 improves much on the companyís premium driver, the R11S, offering slightly more ball speed and less spin thanks to a lower, more forward center of gravity. The main reason I feel that R1 is going to hit the ball further than the australia golf online would be the ability to fine tune it more than optimize your launch angle and spin rates resulting in longer drives.
Golfers upgrading from the R11S should expect to add 0.5 degrees of loft or more from their current setup, which will give them the high-launch, low-spin conditions necessary for more distance. It has 7 face angle options vs itís predecessor the TaylorMade R11s Driver with 5. It also has 12 different loft options vs the 8 on the R11S.
One most improvement of the TaylorMade R1 Driver is its 4-degree range of adjustability, from 8 degrees to 12 degrees, giving golfers no excuse for having the wrong loft. According to TaylorMade, data from the companyís MATT club fitting systems across the country showed that 80 percent of golfers were playing the wrong loft in their drivers, and that 35 percent of them were 2 degrees or more away from their optimal loft.
Itís also quieter than the ear-ringing R11S, and more forgiving on misses low on the face. The loft sleeve was designed in conjunction with the driverís revamped adjustable sole plate, which has seven different settings that can change the R1′s face angle as much as 3 degrees open or closed in 1-degree increments.