|TaylorMade r7 425 TP ( 9.5* ) Driver Stiff Flex|
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|The TaylorMade R7 425 TP Driver Golf Club is well suited for tour professionals. This tour-preferred driver features TaylorMade's well-known movable weight technology. The movable weight technology has 12 TaylorMade launch control cartridges (TLC) which can be divided between four TaylorMade launch control (TLC) ports as deemed fit, and allows you to customize your spin rates and height of shots. The TaylorMade R7 425 TP Driver Golf Club has a rather open clubface suited for more skilled golf players like you. The clubface is made separately from the club head and is cold-rolled out of titanium. This results in a fast, light, and flexible club face. The new graphite shaft of the TaylorMade R7 425 TP Driver Golf Club promotes improved consistency and accuracy in playing shots.|
|Model||r7 425 TP|
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If you are into Taylormade golf clubs, then this is the must have driver for you. I have played the R7 Quad 4 for almost four years. I was happy but came across this driver at a give away price. It also has a Diamanti Blue shaft. This club is meant to be swung at 100%. The ball comes off the club face like a rocket. Draw it, fade it, hit it straight... The inverted cone technology is unbelievable. I also hit Taylormade TP red golf balls as well. You'll never find a better match if you are a Taylormade fan.
As an avid golfer with over 35 years of experience, the Taylor Made R7 425 TP driver with the Fujikura RE-AX shaft, is the best driver I've ever played with. It delivers the distance and consistency a good player should expect. It also offers flexibility with the adjustable weight system that allows for different conditions or changes in swing bias over time. Personally, I prefer the slightly smaller 425cc head over the 460cc head, and the driver sets up beautifully at address. I bought this one as a backup for the very same model I've been playing with over the last two years. There are not many drivers that I haven't tried out, and I can find no faults whatsoever with this one. In my opinion, if your beyond a beginning player, you should buy this one if you have a chance to do so.
The TaylorMade r7 425 sets up beautifully. It’s not small, but it is big enough to inspire confidence. The rich black paint accents the shape of this club head very well. And with no paint fill on the small alignment aid, you know it’s there, but it doesn’t scream to you that it’s there. I like that. The face is every bit the confidence builder. With a slightly bigger head than it’s 400cc brother, there’s going to be more room for error on miss hits. The face is deep and wide. The TaylorMade Moveable Weight Technology™ has been a tremendous help to my swing, and I think TM has done a very good job engineering a technology that not only works, but looks good doing it. The four weight ports seem to blend in and compliment the overall look of the club head. This club allows you to work the ball either way with ease. This head is slightly less forgiving than the r7 460 or SuperQuad, but for is perfect for the low handicapper looking for excellent control and workability. I use this club head with a Matrix OZIK Altus shaft and it is a terrific high launching/low spinning combo that gets great carry and roll out. I highly recommend this club head AND shaft!
Club specs. R7 425 TP 9.5 regular flex. This is an excellent driver. Sits up well to the eye, has multiple weight configurations, solid feel at impact. I had played with a first generation R7 Quad for several years, playing to a handicap of 14. The TP's shaft is equipped with RE*AX/ROMBAX technology, which I have found to be a bit stiffer than the regular flex shaft I had in the R7 quad and combine this with the 1 degree open face the TP has vs. the 1 degree closed face the R7 has I found it hard to keep the ball from fading, no matter how much weight I transferred to the bottom. This club is for faster swing speeds.
The R7 425 TP is a player's club. It provides a considerable amount of forgiveness without quite the melon-on-a-stick image of the 460 cc drivers, yet still allows working the ball. The interchangeable weights allow you to select your desired swing weight, and they do work for subtle (not drastic) ball flight changes. They do not correct for bad swings, nor are they intended to. The Fujikura Re-Ax TP Rombax shaft seems to be a better-than-average stock shaft. As with ANY club, the shaft should be matched to the player's swing for best results. All in all, a good driver for a competent player. NOTE - The actual difference between the TP and non-TP versions is fairly small (stock shaft, .335 vs .350 hosel, slightly open vs slightly closed face, weight kit).