Maybe you don't niticed the unsuitable loft impact before TaylorMade discovered that an astonishing 80 percent were hitting a driver with a loft unsuitable for their swing. It tells us even when equipped with a superior golf clubs for sale, amateurs were unable to reach their full swing potential.
With the TaylorMade R1 Driver, the manufacturer wanted to remedy the 80- percent issue. More lofts means more chances for golfers of varying skill levels to get it right, I suppose. During testing of the new cheap r1 driver from Taylor Made, we found that the standard shaft and the new hosel were hitting the ball very high.
Taylormade R1 driver is assigned to the number you really need to know is, 168 - as in the number of options that can be tuned adjustable driver. In addition, The new TaylorMade R1 driver has a 4-degree range of adjustability, from 8 degrees to 12 degrees, giving golfers no excuse for having the wrong loft. That's an improvement based on the massively-successful Taylormade R11s Driver.
Taylormade R1 driver's wide range of lofts and face angles, along with its movable shot-shape weights, allow this single driver model to be tuned to fit the widest range of players, from Tour pros to high handicaps, helping them reach their full swing potential. The face angle adjustability is a necessity as well, because a 1-degree change in loft on the R1 will result in a 2-degree change in face angle.
What's more, much like its predecessor, the TaylorMade R11 driver, the R1 is capable of launching some scary rockets. Even better is that this incarnation comes with a bigger club face. The settings on the new face plate will allow you to adjust the club either 3 degrees opened or 3 degrees closed. Consumers won’t have to decide among a number of options to buy, but instead will be able to ‘tune’ one driver to the loft, face angle, and shot shape they desire.