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The Latest Taylormade R11 Driver And Irons Summary

Taylor Made DriverThere is a lot of buzz in the golfing world regarding the popular and highly touted Taylormade R11 driver. There are two different types of shafts available, a standard and tour preferred (TP) model. The head on both will be the same.

According to the Taylormade R11 press release, the standard R11 measures 45.75 inches and has a Fujikura Blur 60-gram shaft, which features a medium-firm tip profile. As is typical for a Fujikura Blur shaft, it is composed of a large weave material in the outer diameters to provide more stability at impact with a golf ball. Therefore, golfers are allowed further confidence in achieving both distance as well as control of the drive. The feel for golfers should be very solid as well as more comfortably forgiving than shafts composed of firmer material. The TP driver has a premium shaft. The TP shaft list is offers shafts with different weights; torques, flexes, and bend profiles, to custom fit all different types of golfers. A few of the shaft options include: Aldila RIP Gamma 60gm, Matrix HD6, HD7, Mitsubishi Diamana Kai'li 60gm, 70gm, 80gm, Mitsubishi Fubuki 63g, 73gm, and Rifle Project X.

Being part of the Taylormade R11 series, the R11 driver head harnesses three dimensions to give golfers both accuracy and distance. and, like all R11 models, the top in golfing technology and engineering are used to help achieve a perfect game. Flight Control Technology allows the increase or decrease of launch angle, adjustable sole plate technology allows for an open, closed or neutral face angle; and movable weight technology adjusts the face angle to promote a fade or draw by shifting the centre of gravity. The 48 different combinations of these features allows for 100 yards of side-to-side trajectory change and 1, 000 RPM backspin change. Both force as well as distance will be key advantages of these features.

Yet beyond the technology, what a lot of golfers are discussing is the appearance of the head of the aerodynamic R11 driver. The entire line of Taylormade 2011 metal woods will look similar - they will all be white. Golfers will definitely stand out at the club with this white and black driver. With a white crown and black clubface, many are surprised by its innovative look. The white colour is meant to make the club appear larger than it really is, enabling golfers to judge better for aim. White also is a great contrast to the green turf of the course on darker days to allow for better accuracy, and the colour is also no glare for those sunny days on the course. The black clubface enables golfers to use the driver to align their shots.

 

 

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The R11 iron is the Complete Package

In January, TaylorMade Golf Company turned the golf world upside down with the introduction of the TaylorMade R11 driver. This white-headed driver incorporates three innovative adjustability technologies, Flight Control Technology (FCT), Adjustable Sole Plate (ASP) and Movable Weight Technology (MWT). The R11 quickly became the No. 1 driver on the PGA Tour. It’s been used to win 18 professional events worldwide, including the Open Championship and Canadian Open.

Today  TaylorMade is proud to announce the expansion of the R11 franchise with the introduction of the new R11 irons, which are engineered for the player who appreciates the shape and refinement of a tour-grade iron but needs the help of advanced technology to launch the ball high, straight and long with less effort, regardless of handicap.

Historically, irons engineered with multiple game-improvement technologies tend to be large, inelegant and clunky with thick toplines, broad soles and over-bearing cavities. they typically feel harsh and sound high-pitched and clicky. The R11 iron breaks that mold and rewrites the book about what a high-technology iron can look, feel and sound like.

TaylorMade R11 irons are engineered with multiple technologies that make them stunningly easy to launch high and long. Technologies that we developed while building the best metal woods in the world, like ways to make thin, fast faces, and methods to expand the COR zone, and techniques for precisely locating the center of gravity.

The R11 iron is truly a masterwork of beauty, technology and performance, ” said Sean Toulon, TaylorMade’s executive vice president. “We’ve never created an iron that combines this kind of distance, this kind of forgiveness, is this easy to launch, and feels and sounds this soft and solid. And its appearance is extraordinarily beautiful, a gorgeous blend of smooth, classic lines and high-tech flourishes.

The R11 employs all our best iron technologies, ” said Bret Wahl, TaylorMade’s senior director of iron development. “It’s a great testament to how far we’ve come in our ability to bring modern, sophisticated iron designs to life. We couldn’t have made this iron a few years ago, but the fact that we can now helps explain why it performs better than irons we’ve made in the past. It’s a superior design, and that’s clearly evident when you try it.”

Precision Weighting Port and Progressive CG location

The first thing about the R11 iron that will grab the golfer’s attention is its red precision-weighting port, a technology initially introduced in TaylorMade’s forged iron lineup, including the Tour Preferred MB. The precision-weighting port allows TaylorMade engineers to guarantee precise swingweight and ensure center-face Center of Gravity (CG) location in every iron. The result is optimal consistency in feel and performance from one club to the next.

Ultra-Thin Face and TaylorMade’s Renowned Inverted Cone Technology

The ultra-thin face construction of the R11 irons promotes faster ball speed and distance in long- and middle-irons. Each R11 iron also features TaylorMade’s renowned Inverted Cone clubface technology originally found in the TaylorMade Burner Irons, which expands the area of the face that delivers fast ball speed, which promotes improved distance on off-center hits.

 

Multi Functional Sole and Advanced Groove Design

Progressive shaping makes the longer irons more forgiving, and the shorter irons more compact and workable. TaylorMade Tour Staff professional Nick Faldo, an aficionado of finely designed irons, worked extensively with the TaylorMade design team to ensure that the topline of each iron blends into the hosel in just the right way to preserve the iron’s beauty at address.

The soles of the R11 irons are moderately thin (with the exception of the long-irons) and the leading edge is moderately sharp, helping it to enter and exit the turf quickly and smoothly. The long-irons are engineered with wider soles to pull the center of gravity lower for easier, higher launch while also increasing MOI to make them more stable and forgiving.
R11 irons also incorporate an advanced, USGA-conforming groove design to promote increased spin and control from the rough.

Sound and Vibration Management System

TaylorMade’s R&D department worked diligently to perfect an advanced sound and vibration management system to ensure the feel in the R11 irons would appeal to better players. The R11 irons’ extraordinary feel comes from the club’s combination of shape, construction and the incorporation of an aluminum sound badge in the cavity. Sandwiched between the stiff badge and the clubhead is a soft adhesive that absorbs sound and vibration, promoting a superbly soft feel. Golfers will appreciate how the feel of the R11 irons will make the rock-hard balls sold by the bucket at the average driving range feel and sound more like a soft tour ball like the TaylorMade Penta TP.

It isn’t easy to predict how an iron will sound and feel, ” said Wahl. “In the case of the R11 we hit a grand slam, thanks to our advanced design capabilities.

An Unprecedented Convergence of Technology and Beauty

The R11 iron is unquestionably the most beautiful cavityback ever introduced by TaylorMade. The appearance at address is simple and traditional, with the topline melting seamlessly into the hosel. From behind, the sweeping lines that form the shape of the head, the cavity and what lies within the cavity work in absolute harmony to create a beautifully balanced composition that’s guaranteed to please the eye of any golfer.

“There has never been a game-improvement iron that looks this classically beautiful, that incorporates this kind of serious performance technology, and which will fit so many players, ” said Toulon. “The R11 iron is destined to assume a position among the pantheon of the best of the best TaylorMade products.

Set Makeup, Pricing and Availability

The R11 irons are offered in four shaft flexes – S, R, M, L. Ladies’ flex shafts will be offered in the 5-iron through pitching wedge, attack wedge and sand wedge. The standard R11 set includes eight irons offered at a street price of $799 with steel shafts in the irons and $999 with graphite shafts in the irons. The steel offering will be the KBS 90, while the graphite offering will be the Motore 75 S, 65 R, 55 M, 50 L. Men’s irons are equipped with Tour Velvet grips, ladies with Winn grips). Availability begins at retail Thursday, September 1, 2011.

 

          



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