|LH - TaylorMade R11 - 10.5* Driver w/ Fujikura Blur 60 Stiff Shaft|
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|Nice TAYLORMADE R11 Driver 9* GRAPHITE BLUR 60 BY FUJIKURA DriTac STIFF flex|
Conroe, TX, USA
|Engineered keeping male golfers in mind, this TaylorMade golf club has a maximum-sized 460CC titanium head that offers the weight needed to send the golf ball farther, faster. With inverted cone technology, the TaylorMade golf club expands the coefficient of restitution zone (COR). The inverted cone is CNC-milled into the inner side of the face of the club according to specific measurements, resulting in a drastic variation in face thickness ranging from 1.6 mm to 3.1 mm.Club AppealAlthough the modern-classical club head of the TaylorMade R11 Driver appeals to professional players, it provides a certain level of forgiveness and confidence for average golfers. The non-glare white crown and black club face assist the golfer in aligning the golf ball with the club for accurate hitting. The PVD face of the TaylorMade R11 Driver improves alignment and accuracy off the tee. Additionally, the golf club's footprint measures in excess of 11,500 mm squared, but the coloring makes it appear larger. Flight ControlIt is easy to manage the flight control technology (FTC) of this driver golf club. An adjustable sleeve permits the golfer to change the orientation of the driver head with the shaft to effectively adjust the loft down or up (plus or minus 1.5 degrees). Moreover, with eight options of lie and loft angles, the golfer is well-equipped to play a solid game. A 1 wood, this TaylorMade golf club will typically have a lower loft than any other club type available, which is preferred by a more experienced golfer or near-professional.Movable WeightFurthermore, the movable weight technology (MWT) of this driver golf club enables the golfer to shift the CG location by moving discretionary weight to various areas of the clubhead. By switching the CG location, the golfer can change the trajectory and produce greater distance and accuracy. An improved adjustable sole plate gives the golfer five different settings to choose from (plus or minus 3.0 degrees). The driver has up to 100 yards of side to side trajectory with 1000 RPM backspin change. As the golfers’ weight will change from swing to swing, it is important to enable the weight of the driver to move accordingly. Shape MattersDriver fitting is a detailed process that ensures the golfer will use the proper driver for his or her purposes. The length of the driver is fit to optimize the best amalgamation of consistency and distance. Next, the best loft choice is established to maximize launch angle and spin. The flexibility of the shaft and type are then determined to increase the distance and enhance the feel of the club. Next, the grip size and style are important to customize, as a comfortable grip can mean the difference between having a firm hold on the club, or having it just miss hitting the ball at a desired angle. The last variable to address when fitting a golf club is the face angle because a correctly positioned angle will optimize directional control as well as weight.Cost and CareWhile the cost is comparable to most elite models out there, many golfers will acknowledge that it is worth the price. The composition of the driver, in addition to its ease of customization, will prove the golf club worthy of professional and semi-professional golfers alike. To maintain the integrity of this TaylorMade driver, the owner should make sure it is kept in a safe location. When in use, the owner should check the grip to make sure it is not fraying or damaged in a way that would prove uncomfortable while swinging. Lastly, since the driver can easily be manipulated with a twist of a wrench to move the lie and loft angels, the owner should ensure no excess dirt or dust builds up in the vulnerable areas of the club. Using a club properly is just one of the ways a golfer can become a better player. However, using a TaylorMade R11 Driver will ensure the player has a better advantage, whether practicing or playing a tournament.|
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Average review score based on 360 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
The new 2011 Taylormade R11 is everything and more that you would expect from the #1 driver in golf!
Every golfer has his or her own unique style and swing: the Taylormade R11 allows you to customize your driver in dozens of combinations to meet your unique and specific needs. So now you can either correct a flaw, accenuate a strength, or adjust to accomodate a challenging tee to green position.
Adjust the loft with Flight Control Technology (FCT).
Adjust the face angle with the new Adjustable Sole Plate (ASP).
Adjust the CG location with Movable Weight Technology¿ (MWT®).
Promotes up to 100 yards of side-to-side trajectory change and ±1,000 RPM backspin change.
New aerodynamic shape promotes faster speed for more distance.
White non-glare crown and black clubface for easy alignment.
The best part is you can do it all on the fly! Are the golf Gods messing with your game today and all of a sudden you've developed a nasty slice or hook? Whip out the Taylormade torque wrench and adjust the club face angle to correct it. Is today a windy day and it's wreaking havoc on your high loft drives? Simply adjust the loft on the tee box and keep it low and out of the gusts.
I recommend that when you do spend your hard earned money on a new Taylormade R11 Driver(and in my opinion it is definitely worth the investment) that you go to a reputable golf retailer such as Golf Galaxy or Golf Smith and take advantage of all those possible modifications: they will work with you in the drive simulator room and customize the R11 to your specfications at no charge!
I happen to have a naturally long drive in the low 300+ yard range with a personal measured best at 375 yards and I still get excited to see the ball launch off the face like a rocket and fade or draw at will...by the way did I mention that you can adjust the R11 to fade or draw too?!?
I am looking forward to improving my personal best long drive this year with the new Taylormade R11!
To summarize the R11 represents Taylormade's latest and greatest technological improvements designed to allow the recreational golfer have more fun, make the good golfer an even better golfer and put the tour professionals squarely in the hunt for the top spot!
The only drawback I can see is that Taylormade will most assuredly continue to develop improvements in materials and technology and in two years (if it takes that long) a newer, faster, better, more technologically advanced driver will be introduced...but then again isn't that true of most "best in class" products?
Go get your new Taylormade R11 Driver and start seing better controlled, straighter, and longer drives immediately!
ML Long Island NY 12 handicap
The new TaylorMade R11 driver is well made and very easily adjusted for different golfer's swings. The loft angle on the 10.5 is adjustable between 9.5 and 11.5 degrees in half degree increments. The face can be set to open, neutral or closed and the club weights can be switched from neutral to draw bias. Very nice driver!
Long time golfer and have used TaylorMade drivers for a lot of years. I like the flexibility of the R11 settings, played with various combinations at first but wound up back at the standard settings. I find that the driver is pretty forgiving but can't honestly say there is a lot of difference between it and my previous driver, the R7.
The one thing I like about it is the white head. It definitely gives you a sense of confidence when swinging the club and watching the head pass through the hitting area. It "looks" like it is larger and therefore the perception, if not reality, is of a larger hitting surface. I have found that mishits do seem to adjust more to the target line than with the R7.
All-in-all, I would recommend golfers to try it along with all the major brands to find what is right for them. I hit the Ping G15, Titleist 910D2, Adams Speedline and Cleveland Launcher.
Great product, it makes a difference with this new club. I feel that with the adustment capabilities of the Taylor Made R11 fairway wood, I can correct any possible condition that I face. Rain or wind is now a condition that is not a threat to my swing.
I highly recommend getting one of these to change your golfing experience.
I bought this club based on the marketing, quality, use on the PGA tour. Unfortunately, I cannot hit it like any other driver I have owned or currently own. Sometimes the shaft and swing weight of a club just don't line up with a golfer's swing. It is a great looking driver, even though you have to get use to the white color. It has all of the adjustments you could ask for, it just doesn't work for me. I carry a 4.0 USGA handicap