The R7 Superquad is a driver made by Taylor Made for amateur golfers. The club features a large club face for golfers to make solid contact, movable weights to help correct hooks and slices, different lofts for varying styles of play, and a flexible graphite shaft to promote stability and increase club head speed.
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The Taylor Made R7 Superquad driver features a large, 460 cubic centimetre club head. The large club face creates a big sweet spot, making it easy for amateur players to make solid contact. The club head is black with yellow stripes and the Taylor Made logo, creating a "very stylish" look that is "visually stunning," according to Golf Clubs Mentor's review of the club.
The Taylor Made R7 Superquad features 26 grams of movable weights for players adjust their drives. The weights, resting in compartments Taylor Made calls "TLC Ports," can be moved to help players correct slices and fades. The weights also can help those struggling to keep the ball high or low. Under tournament rules, weight adjustments can only be made before a round, not during play. A diagram showing weight placement for desired shot type comes with the club and can also be located at Golf Clubs Mentor.
The Taylor Made R7 driver comes in three different lofts - 8.5 degrees, 9.5 degrees and 10.5 degrees - to complement a golfer's individual swing. The goal of any drive is to get the most distance without sacrificing accuracy. A lower-lofted driver will not go as high as other clubs, creating problems for players who struggle to get the ball in the air. For players who can already get the ball up, a high-lofted driver will send the ball too far up and take away yards on the drive.
The Taylor Made R7 Superquad features the company's Re-Ax shaft. The 65-gram graphite shaft offers golfers stability as they swing, creating a fast yet controlled motion. According to Amazon.com, the shaft creates consistency and increases club head speed. When swinging a golf club, it's important to have balance and create one fluid motion. With a lighter or heavier shaft, the swing could be delayed, keeping the arms behind hips and legs and forcing the player to push or pull the ball.
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