By iacas , August 30, in Welcome, Everyone. On the tee box side of the lake there are mogals along the edge of the fairway that if you hit on the proper side you go back to the fairway, on the wrong side, it kicks you either ob or into the trees where you have to go over those trees by the lake. I would probably have dual 1 gram weights but just want to test on the range first. I can’t wait to be able to bag one of these bad boys too. My experience with new clubs is usually good at first, then bad, then it levels out. All of them, I have found are much easier for me to birdie using something other than a driver off the tee box. My test method was pretty straight forward.

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Hitting R11 without weights in the head

I currently have the 4w in the bag and it’s been working out great for me. Edited by sweetswingin, 07 April – I have been using my original Burner driver. I have been golfing for three years and improving every year.

The time now is Most were difficult to hit off the deck. Results 1 to 15 of It is a blind tee shot and about yards to the top of the hill. To the point that I may end up with an R11 hybrid in the bag before too long.


Shouldn’t have sold it and went to the R11S which I’ve since dumped.

TaylorMade R11S driver is a step beyond the rest

One thing I noticed in lifting my left heel a bit more is the stress on my knee seems reduced. And what may look like subtle tweaks are actually quite meaningful enhancements.

I’ll play a few t with this set up and see if we can brake I did that and love the feel. Best results so far, I have the tayloramde set to N- 9. The results were much as I expected. To cut a long story short I ended up after a few hours of messing around with an average of m carry ball speed of mph and launch angle of 12 and spin of rpm. Fall colors pre peak.

TaylorMade R11S driver is a step beyond the rest

I think it depends on fitting. Page 1 of 4 1 2 3 4 Last Jump to page: My experience with new clubs is usually good at first, then bad, then it levels out.

Delofting the R11 causes the face to open up even more. I am awaiting a new driver shaft.

It still looks a bit closed to me even on the open setting, but not like some clubs. So I am standing over the shot and she said “I am not going to hit because of the water. Originally Posted by Fairway2Green. taylotmade


Can’t hit my new R11 driver. – Clubs, Grips, Shafts, Fitting – The Sand Trap .com

Seeing all the white drivers on TV sort of put me in the mood to try one. I have started using ro 5 iron which leaves me or more to the green but if I hit it to the right, it will not go in the water.

On the new R11 TP I started with m mph angle of 12 and rpm. My test method was pretty straight forward. Covered the weight port holes with tiny black velvet stickers. Why would you hit a six iron to leave yourself with yardage that you have to hit a six iron in?

First of all, welcome to THP.

The ability to hit long, straight tee shots makes shooting good scores a lot easier to achieve. Yeah, the head is a touch larger than I like in a fairway wood but I am getting used to it pretty quickly. Honestly, I hit my driver off of the deck as well hig any of these FM. I just follow the lead.