Taylormade R15 Driver Review

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The Taylormade R15 Driver and its brilliant new sliding weight system is put to the test with Alex Etches on the Golfsupport GC2 Launch Monitor.
Does it really work?

The two sliding weights are 12.5g each but combined in the middle of the driver (power setting) offer 25g directly behind the club head. Available in white or black.

PreOrder Today At Golfsupport.com – https://golfsupport.com/golf-clubs/golf-drivers/taylormade-r15-drivers

Visit The Golfsupport.com Blog On The Taylormade R15 Driver – http://news.golfsupport.com/2014/11/taylormade-r15-driver/

Email me at alex@golfsupport.co.uk for more information.

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Robert Mielnicki says:

The slot where you slide the weight is now so close that it would seem to
act like the Nike Compression Channel or the Titleist Recoil thing, yet by
putting the weights directly behind the center of the club face, that is
said to increase distance and thus ball speed. I think I heard a TaylorMade
guy say the slot now acts like that. Wouldn’t moving the weights behind the
center limit the compression or flex of the club face? I guess the purpose
of these slots though is more for off center hits. You hit the D2 better,
no? That had a Rogue shaft with ok weight and torque though. I am not as
long as you but I am long. I would love to hear your thoughts on the D3 or
the smaller R15 with a shaft better suited for you. I have always opted for
the “more forgiving” club head except when I have bought “tour” models that
were themselves 460 cc. That was always done by me to get an actual
realistic shaft. Since I hook and swing around 112-118 (depends on the day-
I suspect my on course swing likely 112 or so) I believe that I have been
wrong all along. I am going smaller. 

ESikora12 says:

What is the stock shaft in there? Do the 50-some grams keep the stability?

Looking forward to you guys getting the Fly-Zs in for testing

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