Taylormade R9 Supermax Driver Brings Us Together

Taylormade Japan introduces their all new R9 SuperMax driver for 2010. The SuperMax is made for MAX distance and MAX ease of use. The ultra forgiving 460cc conforming black SuperMax features high MOI and high launch and big carry thanks to a deep and low center of gravity. The shallower face and larger head provide a large sweet spot and confidence at address.
The SuperMax also features Flight Control Technology which allows for the head to be adjusted to 8 different positions altering trajectory and direction by changing the loft, lie and face angle. With the new FCT Sleeve, the R9 Supermax comes in at an ultralight weight. This makes for increased swing speed and more overall distance for the average golfer. Also the all Titanium head features an inverted cone technology face and ultra thin wall crown at 0.6mm.

The lightest R9 series driver…

R9 Supermax Driver  is designed for MAX distance and MAX ease of use. The  460cc conforming black Supermax features high MOI and higher launch and big carry thanks to a deep and low center of gravity. The shallower face and larger head provide a large sweet spot and confidence at address. Like all other R9 drivers, the Supermax also features Flight Control Technology which allows for the head to be adjusted to 8 different positions altering trajectory and direction by changing the loft, lie and face angle. With the new FCT Sleeve the R9 Supermax comes in at an ultralight weight of 287g (R Flex)! This makes for increased swing speed and more overall distance for the average golfer. The all Titanium head features an inverted cone technology face and ultra thin wall crown at 0.6mm.

Good feel good trajectory…

So how does it feel and perform? My tester came with a 9.5* head and the stock Motore Supermax shaft in the R flex. Yes it is a very light driver, very easy to swing. Taylormade specs the driver at 45.75″ but I always find TM on the shorter side compared to other brands as there is no fixed standard for length measurement and depending on the method for measuring  a driver length can be different. What I’m saying is I usually don’t like long drivers and try not to play anything over 45.5″ and that is the max. The Supermax felt softer at impact than the Type E and Supertri and the sound was more of a subtle tink. I actually liked the trajectory of the 9.5* as it was not overly high unlike many max carry high launch drivers today.  The closed face of the driver and the design and weighting of the head produces a soft draw with good distance.

It is a new driver and as it was putted on the market  as it  was paid  heavy attention. You may have a try . Now Cheap golf  store  can offer you the best price

SABUNG AYAM