TaylorMade R11 Irons Review

TaylorMade followed up their award winning R11 series with a set of irons suitable to be as praiseworthy. The most noticeable difference about these new irons is the red “Precision Weight Port” which creates a uniform weighting between club series. Created for players who seek that classic iron shape but the refinement of tour-grade irons and the technology of TaylorMade’s engineers. New technology added to make these irons more forgiving, straighter, and longer. Marketed to a large audience the R11 irons are a great fit for a vast amount of players. These are not just irons for the tour and skilled players.

With an expected release date of early September the R11 irons take the best of both world’s from the Burner 2.0 and the Tour preferred irons. A one-piece stainless steel cast head is thing with a lightweight face. True to TaylorMade these irons were created with inverted cone technology for consistent ball speeds and forgiveness. If you want the best deal on these irons I suggest you buy them at GolfClubs.com where you receive free shipping on all your golf club orders.

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Taylormade Burner 2.0 TP Fairway Wood Review

Featuring that same Superfast technology as the TaylorMade Burner Superfast driver, which means it’s got a lighter longer shaft, lighter grip and a larger more forgiving clubhead. A light club leads to what they describe as game changing technology. With a lower and deeper center of gravity it gives players more power and a high launch angle for more carry distance. With their unique non-glare white clubhead and black face it’s the perfect visual alignment aid.

Our review is that they give a nice swing, really easy with a good tempo. The SuperFast Burner 2.0 TP Fairway Wood is a solid club, great weighting and the back swing feels effortless. It has a great look at address and it’s playing ability is definitely up to par with TaylorMade status. We would recommend this obviously to the more skilled or advanced players and we can assure you, you won’t be disappointed.

TaylorMade Burner Superfast 2.0 Fairway Review

TaylorMade’s new Burner Superfast 2.0 Fairway Wood uses the same technology as the driver of this series introducing a lighter, longer shaft and a larger, forgiving clubhead. Again this club was designed with TM’s white non glare clubhead. The white clubhead’s are taking the golf world by storm this season their advantages include less glare from the club as well as easier alignment of shots from the tee or fairway. A black face also adds to the bold design of the fairway.

What we enjoyed about this fairway was the lower center of gravity absolutely helped deliver higher launches. We were also impressed with the distance this fairway was giving us. This should be expected with the 2.0 technology but we were pleased to see that it was put into action when tested. MSRP of $240 you can find it at most retailers including GolfClubs.com for $199

 

TaylorMade R11 Fairway Review

From the highly anticipated TaylorMade 2011 line up comes the R11 Fairway. The R11 Driver was one of the most highly anticipated clubs this year but they didn’t just stop there, the R11 Fairway is just as impressive. Distinctive of the R11 collection this club features the all-white non glare clubhead finish. What makes this Fairway unique is it’s adjustability features. The adjustable sole allows golfers to adjust the face and launch angles of the club. Claiming an added 50 yards of trajectory the club is designed with a deep face and center of gravity for a seriously penetrating flight distance.

We found the Fairway Wood in the R11 line to be perfectly aggressive. We loved the adjustability capabilities on this club, easy to switch from neutral to closed. The adjustability features really allow golfers to shape their shots. As for ball flight we were still impressed, a lot of Fairway Woods and Drivers these days promise better distance and trajectories but the R11 actually delivers it. As always GolfClubs.com has recently added this club to their impressive TaylorMade collection if you are as into this club as we are head over and check it out starting at $299.99

TaylorMade Burner 2.0 Iron Review

We loved last years revolutionary TaylorMade Burner Irons but they felt they had to top it, announcing the Burner 2.0 Irons. These irons have been individually improved and revolutionized for optimum ball speed and flight. A new weighting system on the irons allows them to provide you with an easier launch and more forgiving hits. We would recommend them to golfers seeking an iron set that will give them more distance and forgiveness. They have a much better feel and if you are seeking to add distance to your game these are the irons you want.

You can find these irons as individual clubs or as a set. They come in both graphite and steel shaft depending on your skill level. GolfClubs.com

TaylorMade Burner Superfast 2.0 and R11 Review

TaylorMade R11 Driver Burner Superfast 2.0

TaylorMade highly anticipated series returns from both the Burner Superfast 2.0 and R11. TaylorMade took the approach of all white and didn’t look back. This design feature quickly became the popular item this season and they lead the way. The all white design change helps reduce glare. The R11 series follows the R9 by having an adjustable hosel and rotating soleplate, which allows players 48 possible settings. This club was designed to give golfers forgiveness and added distance and speed. This is a driver for a serious golfer who is looking to gain more distance from their driver. The Burner series uses a lightweight club as their selling point for this club. They did this for added distance; we would suggest this club to golfers who want to increase speed. Testers agree that accuracy was a main selling point for this club. Head over to GolfClubs.com this week and catch the r11 on the weekly specials-shipping starts today!

TaylorMade Penta TP Golf Balls Review

TaylorMade_PentaTaylorMade made history with this set of golf balls. This was the first set of golf balls to be manufactured by 5-piece construction. Each layer was designed to improve a different part of the player’s game. The cover is responsible for the ball’s spin. The second layer is there to help  the spin rate of your short game. Third layer promotes launch and helps add distance. Fourth layer was designed to be softer and will compress the ball for better distance. Fifth layer is the core, which helps produce low spin, high launch, and longer distances.

This best part about this ball is that with all its technological advances it can still be played by any level of golfer. The five layer construction brings golfers exceptional feel, spin, control, and launch. As far as durability goes after a few weeks of testing it only has a few scuffs, which is important since each ball costs almost $4. Easily one of the softest golf balls I have felt in a while. If your not an insert player when it comes to putting you would be surprised . Definitely a golf ball that will surprising impress you, it performs great off the driver and even better on the greens.