When you are setting up to a 'classic' iron, what kinds of thoughts run through your mind? For me, I imagine the silky smooth feel of the sweet spot. Like its predecessor, the Ping G15 Irons is an oversized iron designed for players seeking maximum forgiveness. However, several changes have been made which PING believes should make the club even more forgiving.
For starters, if you remember, TaylorMade's marketing campaign for the original Burner irons made it abundantly clear that they didn't engineer the set as a whole, they paid attention to the needs of each individual iron. They maintained the same direction with the new Burner 2.0, though they further improved the weight distribution in each iron in order to improve the ball flight across the board.
I have had many drivers over the years including Taylormade. This is one of the best purchases I have made. You don't have to overswing the club. And it's rather forgiving and accurate. Like the R11 driver, the first thing you'll notice about the TaylorMade Burner SuperFast 2.0 Driver is its white crown. By designing a driver with a black face and a white, matte-finished crown, TaylorMade is trying to create the most contrast possible in order to help golfers align the club more easily. The white crown also eliminates hot spots and glare that are often created with glossy-topped clubs.
The Nike Victory Red Tour Driver is loaded with power and performance. The Victory Red Tour Driver is 420 cc, but delivers power like a 460 cc head and provides great shot-shaping capabilities. Compression Channel offers increased overall compression of the body, producing increased ball speeds across the entire face. For those traditional purists, this pear-shaped head allows for visual confidence and shot shaping execution. The Tour Velvet Full Cord Grip provides the all weather performance of Golf Pride s exclusive Velvet Cord material for a firm, comfortable grip that allows consistent performance and playability. The stock shaft is the Project X Graphite.
Like the original R9, the new TaylorMade R9 460 Driver features Flight Control Technology, a system that allows golfers to change the face angle and lie angle of the driver by unscrewing the head from the shaft and re-attaching it in one of eight different positions.
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Projector is one of the most important parts of the golf simulator. Most of the golf simulators come with good projectors, however if you are not satisfied with the performance or your golf simulator projector has started acting up and you are planning to get a new one the below points would help you choosing the right one as per your requirements.
Recently, Taylormade R9 Supermax series are popular by the public. Let me talk about them. First is Taylormade R9 Supermax driver. Forgiveness and super performance for the average golfer wanting to take it to the next level. The all Titanium head features an inverted cone technology face and ultra thin wall crown at 0.6mm.
You may have heard the rumours about TaylorMade readying themselves to launch their new R11 driver and that it might be a little different from the norm. Well, we've obtained some exciting and exclusive UK footage of TaylorMade's tour players testing the R11 and, as the pictures show, it is white! The TaylorMade R11 Driver is the latest and greatest from the makers of the No.1 driver in golf. It has new technology, like an adjustable sole that can adjust the face angle of the club, as well as the ability to adjust the launch angle, making it a truly adjustable driver.
I am 64-year old, 12.9 handicapper, and use ping g15 3 wood in my game and love them. My 3 wood is offset with a soft regular flex shaft. After gradually improving my swing, I am now hitting this club out to 210 yards off the fairway. Constructed of 17-4 stainless steel, the G15 features an "elongated, low profile" design for additional forgiveness and to make it easier to use on a variety of lies. That larger head gives you more confidence when standing over your next shot.
Every golfer has experienced self-doubt. When my old college golf coach told me golf was 90 percent mental and 10 percent mental, I think what he really meant was that the battle that goes in onside one's head during a round is far more difficult to manage than the one you will face on the course. We see it on the PGA Tour every week.
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