It’s something I found entirely by accident as well. Also head over to the Check In Desk and say hello to everyone for a proper welcome from the forum. I was particularly impressed with the turf interaction of the sole. So I need a fairway wood that I can hit off the deck occasionally but off the box and not give up much distance from my old driver. I can’t wait to be able to bag one of these bad boys too. Earlier this year I was playing a scramble with my wife.

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I really liked both of these. Rick, have ya hit the Nike VR Pro? The TaylorMade R11S is a little of both. GolfWRX – the world’s largest and best online golf community. Honestly, there is very little difference in the flight with the 10g weight in the heel, and with it out.

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

Thread Tools Show Printable Version. Didn’t think about the water crossing the fairway. Also, many of the more modern FM I have tried have game improvement features that really get the ball up in the air and keep you from slicing the ball.

Just not much golf to talk about with the feet of snow on the ground. You could also “deloft” your club by choosing the Right position on the hosel adjustment.


Hitting R11 without weights in the head

Should I align the club at address at the heel or toe? Oh well, we’ll try again today and tomorrow. Potatohead, on 08 June – If youre looking to lighten the swing weight maybe take a bit off the end. One of the higher handicaper regulars I play with mentioned that I was usually the fartherest from the green after the tee shot, usually because I did not use the driver, yet closest after the second shot.

Javascript Disabled Detected You currently have javascript disabled. All the bad stuff is still in play but it is only to carry the water. It is not that I hit the driver wildly, but with our fast greens and our crews propensity of putting the flags near the front, I have taken to laying up to full iron shots. Sign iht Already have an account? It is slight dogleg with a creek at but carries it.

On a short hole, wouldn’t you taylormase a club on the tee that would get you a wedge or 9 iron? We’d love to have you! I really I don’t know how else I can get the swingweight down, I like the ball flight with the 10g in the heel but this thing is kind of heavy for a driver, I don’t want to shorten it or add weight in the grip either I’m thinking maybe its a hard dogleg that’s not cuttable, so your distance off the tee is restricted, but if the dogleg was that sharp I wouldn’t think that the wind you had would affect both shots to that extent.


Now, I’ll probably end up with another R11 soon after reading this and posting here. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk. But there is a lake at on the right.

You can clear the lake if you tee shot carries yards. After going through several adjustments on the R11 I cannot straighten it out.

The R11S is one of the most adjustable clubs on the market. They were either good off the tee or the fairway, but none of them were great off of both. I have also tried the RBZ driver and fairway woods and did not particulary e11 them.

I am awaiting a new driver shaft. And if you are going to lay up make darn sure you are not laying up into trouble. I was on the Standard Burner 9. My test method was pretty straight forward.