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Three decades ago, TaylorMade Golf believed that their product, a 12-degree stainless steel driver, would revolutionize the game of golf. Back then, the idea of using stainless steel for drivers was unheard of. Compared to wooden ones, however, it made it easier to launch balls in the air and offered a greater chance on hitting the ball in the first place.
That pioneer idea of the TaylorMade driver paved the way for new and more innovative ones to be produced such as the R1 golf driver and the Rocketballz Stage 2 RBZ driver.
TaylorMade R1 Golf Driver
Offering a whopping 168-ways to fine-tune the club to your game, this is exactly what every golfer needs. There are seven different angles for adjusting the face position of the sole plate; you can make adjustments without affecting the loft. Likewise, the shaft can be adjusted from an 8-degree driver to a 12.
The finish – white matte, provides reduces glare while the graphics at the top of the shaft helps to focus your eyes and improve alignment. The crown of the club varies in width, which promotes a higher launch angle and depending on position, will help increase the ball speed thus improving overall distance.
All these are packaged in a lightweight design and are available in regular, Tour Preferred (TP) and ladies versions.
TaylorMade R1 TP Golf Driver
Offering the same 168-options to adjust club position developed especially for the TaylorMade R1 drivers, the R1 TP golf driver is different from its regular counterpart such that it is fitted with the Aldila RIP Phenom 65 shaft. This translates to a lightweight feel and an increase in clubhead speed making it a popular choice for fast swingers and those with low handicaps.
TaylorMade Rocketballz RBZ Stage 2 Driver
Improved aerodynamics by reducing drag, increasing ball and clubhead speed and providing high ball launch, makes the TaylorMade Rocketballz RBZ Stage 2 driver a club to be contended with. Add to that an adjustable hosel to change the loft and lie angle, a lightweight Rocketfuel 50grams graphic shaft and a minimalist matte white finish, this club aims to provide longer drives to the serious player.
Available in the Ladies’ version as well, there are three loft options to choose from: the 9.5, 10.5 and 13HT degree which can adjust to 8-11, 9-12 and 11.5-14.5 degrees respectively providing different results in the distance and trajectory of the ball.
The TP version, on the other hand, is fitted with the Fuji Rocketfuel TP60 shaft making it longer and promoting faster swing speed and is designed for more serious players.
With the launch of these innovative products, TaylorMade is staying true to their word in helping golf players of every skill level in reaching their golf potential.
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Back in the nineties TaylorMade were at the top of the tree when it came to metal woods as they had the Burner Plus driver with flex twist graphite shaft which seemed to be in every golf bag across the world but then a comapny called Callaway emerged and they certainly stole some of TMs thunder.
This seemed to change in the mid noughties as TaylorMade was bought by one of the biggest sports companies in the world (adidas) and suddenly they were back on the map producing exceptional products and suddenly the worlds top golfers were playing with these drivers again.
And now with the new white heads they are the must have driver and certainly the driver of choice for the majority of golfers across the world. The RBZ and R11s range have been some of the best selling clubs in the history of the company and next season it looks like they will build on this range (some say it will be called Rocketfuel) with drivers that continue to innovate and deliver the results we all want.