You Can Not Believe It TaylorMade R7 460 Driver is $98.99 for sale

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    The TaylorMade R7 460 Driver features Movable Weight Technology, which gives players the power to change the centre of gravity (CG) in order to promote different types of launch conditions and trajectories. The TaylorMade R7 460 Driver is engineered with two TaylorMade Launch Control (TLC) ports and includes two movable TLC cartridges, a 14-gram and a 2-gram. While the 460’s internal weighting characteristics give it a distinct draw bias, configuring the cartridges so that the 14-gram is in the toe port and the 2-gram is in the heel port shifts the CG toward the toe, counteracting the 460’s inherent draw tendencies to promote a straight, or neutral, trajectory.

    Conversely, installing the 2-gram cartridge in the toe port and the 14-gram in the heel port shifts the CG toward the heel, which supplements the 460’s internal draw tendencies, promoting a large draw. Robot testing indicates that the draw bias created by the 2-gram/toe and 14-gram/heel configuration promotes 15 yards from right to left for most players compared to the 14-gram/toe and 2-gram/heel configuration.

    While the size change from the r7 Quad to 425 is relatively minor, there are a few other changes that stand out in this revision. First are the changes to the Movable Weight Technology (MWT). While MWT is not an addition to the r7 line, TaylorMade has moved the TLC ports further apart in the 425, increasing not only stability but the forgiveness of TaylorMade R7 460 Driver. If you are stepping up and playing the TP version, it comes with 12 movable weights, providing even more flexibility and options. TaylorMade R7 460 Driver has two movable weights, one each towards the toe and heel of the head.

    The next big change is the introduction of a Fujikura REAX shaft. To explain the new shaft, I’ll defer to our resident industry expert Donald MacKenzie and a previous column when he scooped the info on the new TaylorMade R7 460 Driver before everyone else.

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