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 Post subject: My experience of playing R11 Fairway Wood
PostPosted: Fri Sep 07, 2012 3:55 am 
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Last week I bought the R11 fairway wood. The white club head did not bother me. JIt is just very easy to be dirty. It starts as higher than I thought, so to modify the time. I've set the standard, to reduce it, to see if it can really help. I could feel the shaft load, I could feel the head through my swing.

Taylormade R11 Fairway Wood is a simple black and white, which turned out to be very nice, very nice. In addition to the excellent performance and technology, it is adjustable golfers adjust their fluctuations.

It has a new deeper face and deeper center of gravity, which produces a more penetrating flight. The white non-glare crown and black clubface (which provides easy alignment) will improve your game and that sleek white finish will make you the center of attention on the course and in the cheap golf clubs.

The R11 Fairway Wood uses a ‘Flight Control Technology’ (FCT) hosel, letting each golfer adjust the loft of their club, up or down. This changes the launch angle that the ball leaves the face of the club. TaylorMade’s ‘Adjustable Sole Plate’ (ASP) technology sits on the base of the club and can be used to adjust the face angle into a neutral, open or closed setting, for even greater distance.

Each TaylorMade R11 Fairway Wood comes fitted with a Fujikura Blur graphite shaft, which uses a large weave design to offer more stability at impact. An advanced sole design reduces the amount of sole area that comes into contact with the turf by 35% compared to the discount golf clubs online. This reduces turf resistance for increased speed and helps to minimise clubhead twisting.

The ... way-woods- metals improve upon the R9 fairways by adding Adjustable Sole Plate Technology to Flight Control Technology in a new aerodynamic steel head that promotes faster speed for more distance. The finish of the head is a nice white matte finish that does reduce glare.

In general, the face is hot. It is longer and hotter than my Cally razr, and is just a solid club. I would say, this is an excellent fairway wood. I am glad of it.

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