PRLog - Dec. 9, 2010 - TaylorMade is known for releasing many models of clubs in rapid succession, which is why we have the R7 Limited TP review after the R9 driver's release (which will be reviewed, itself, shortly). Every time a new model comes out it tends to lower the retail price and resale value of the previous models. This can be frustrating to TaylorMade owners who want to upgrade and find that their old model has lost resale or trade-in value. On the other hand, virtually any golfer can find a recent model of TaylorMade R7 Driver that fits their game for a relative bargain.
TaylorMade R7 Limited Driver
According to TaylorMade, by moving the weights around you can promote as much as a 35-yard change in left-right tendency in the R7 Limited. That's more than the TaylorMade R7 Quad promised, and the Limited accomplishes this with only three weights (a 16-gram weight and two 1-gram weights). This three-weight system is also used in the R9, by the way. TaylorMade claims that this three-weight system can actually create more horizontal variation in ball flight than the four-weight system. While that may be true, the stock weights offer just three combinations. Fine tuning may require the purchase of additional weights.
Making adjustments on the TaylorMade R7 Limited is extremely easy. To favor a fade, use the 16-gram weight in the toe. For a draw, use the 16-gram weight in the heel. For no draw or fade bias, use the 16-gram weight in the middle port. The clubhead shape is "reminiscent"
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