Two Kinds of Taylormade R9 Supermax Golf Clubs
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.
The Taylormade R9 SuperMax is made for MAX distance and MAX ease of use. The ultra forgiving 460cc conforming black SuperMax features high MOI and high launch and big carry thanks to a deep and low center of gravity. The shallower face and larger head provide a large sweet spot and confidence at address.
The SuperMax also features Flight Control Technology which allows for the head to be adjusted to 8 different positions altering trajectory and direction by changing the loft, lie and face angle. With the new FCT Sleeve the R9 Supermax comes in at an ultralight weight of 287g!
Some of the hottest new golf balls are also the most affordable. Bridgestone's FIX, for example, generates plenty of spin around the greens and low spin off the driver—just the way you want it to. It features a low-compression core and soft cover. Srixon's Soft Feel 2010 does the same and improves lift, so you won't balloon shots.
Second is Taylormade R9 Supermax Fairway Wood. The added advantage of sharing the same space for the development of new designs with the servicing of our players is capturing their input and applying it to clubs and balls that will eventually be introduced to the average golfer.
Concretely, it has the following main features: 1. Large volume, traditionally-shaped steel head. Confidence building look at address with increased forgiveness and improved shot feedback. 2. Low and deep CG location promotes high launch and low spin with more draw bias for high trajectory and optimized carry. 3. The lightest Fujikura® Motore 50-gram shaft and grip in the R9 series. Lightest overall club weight promotes faster clubhead speed and more distance
The beauty of a midsize golf club is the larger sweet spot for better ball contact. The head size is a little larger than the standard golf club, and these clubs are the best choice for players with average skill as they are easy to control.
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