Description The Taylor Made R7 HT driver is designed to provide superior launch conditions with extra distance, higher trajectory and longer carry. This 400cc driver showcases a shallow, long clubface and a large, substantial clubhead shape at address. TaylorMade Launch Control (TLC) allows to easily switch between weighted cartridges.
Summary: This club will not cure the worst slice but it will bomb the ball and give you good forgiveness on mis-hits. The technology isn't gimmicky like some have mentioned. Placing heavier weight in the rear of the club paired with the inverted cone technology has led to my longest drives ever. I've tried nearly all of them and this club consistently stays in the bag year after year. You can get it at a great price on ebay and other online retailers. Great looking club that allows you to work the ball unlike most of the mailboxes you see on the market touting MOI. One other thing, this ht (high trajectory) model does not "balloon" the ball. It launches it higher than average and far!
Summary: Probably the best driver I've owned. I had it reshafted with a Graphite Design YS6+ stiff and it really made a difference. Consistently straight and long, you can't go wrong but get the right shaft.
Similar Products Used: Cobra F speed, Mizuno MX500, Titleist 905
Summary: I played this club back when i was about a 14 handicap, and it took me down to a single digit. It was expensive when i bought it but well worth it. 400cc is the way to go, 425cc is probably the highest i'll go. The shape of this club is great, Nice crack! at impact and in the summertime those 290-300 yarders seemed to carry forever. Usually carry an average of about 240-250yrds but a little adreniline and hot weather i carried it out of bounds over a green 270 yards away off the tee. Still not as long in overall distance as my 905t but pretty close. I liked the wieghts at high nuetral, soon as i switched to the draw setting things went downhill.
Reviewed by: Mike(Unregistered User)
Shoots in the 100s
Model Reviewed: Taylor Made R7 Quad HT
Summary: Got the club used of ebay. Went the range the night I got it. Started out slicing the ball. Adjust the weights, got some change in ball flight. Adjusted my set-up and wow 250 yards straight down the range. I don't think the weights are a cure for slicing. I love this club though.