Aesthetically the white driver is cool, yet not quite practical and just some marketing gimmick tosell more golf clubs. But after experiencing the TaylorMade R11 Driver in person, I was blown away how the white matte finish provides zero glare. When you address the ball (watch the video or look at the photos) you??£¤ll notice how easy it is to tell at address if the clubface is open or closed. The black clubface also provides a lot of contrast making it super easy to aim the R11 at your intended target.
The shape of the TaylorMade R11 Driver is very pleasing to the eye, and looks more like a 460cc head, but is only 440cc clubhead. The white color crown tricks your eyes into thinking it is larger. Adjusting the sole plate or ASP is really simple with the torque wrench, which can also be used to adjust the moveable weights and Flight Control Technology. The Fujikura Blur shaft is truly a work of art with its contrasting matte black triangle pattern and provides just the right amount of flex and fee.
The big news about the TaylorMade R11 Driver is the amount of adjustability that is built into the club. The adjustable hosel is actually the same adjustable hosel as the R9 driver, however the labeling has changed. Instead of Left and Right on the hosel indicating a closed or open face, the hosel says Higher and Lower referring to the ball flight. For every degree the face is closed, it raises the effective loft of the driver, and conversely for opening the face. The R11 driver can be adjusted up to 1 full degree from its standard loft. The new ground breaking adjustment that is an industry first is the adjustable sole plate that actually changed how the driver sits on the ground at address. The sole can be adjusted to sit closed, open, or neutral depending on preference or desired shot shape. If you are a player who hovers the club above the ball then the sole plate will not have any effect on the shot.
The TaylorMade R11 Driver is available in two different configurations like all TaylorMade drivers, a standard version and a Tour Preferred (TP) model. There is no difference between the heads, however the TP driver has a premium shaft. The TP shaft list is extensive and offers all types of shafts with different weights, torques, flexes, and bend profiles, to custom fit all different types of golfers.
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