Golf Club Condition
TaylorMade RE*AX SuperFast 65
DescriptionThe TaylorMade r7 SuperQuad features a 460cc titanium head with 4 MWT moveable weight ports promoting up to a 28 yard lateral change and up to 15 degrees of launch angle change.This combination of forgiveness and versatility provides ultimate confidence and playability every time the tee goes into the ground.
Condition DescriptionClubs in Very Good Condition have been played with and cared for in an appropriate fashion. The markings that you will likely find on Very Good Condition products will show typical wear of models of its age. All of the wear is purely cosmetic, and will not in any way affect the performance of the club. Among the wear that you may see on clubs in Very Good Condition: Normal ball marks and scratching on the face; normal scratching on the sole; minor dings and nicks on the crown and/or around the edges of the head; very light scratches, paint chips, paint blemishes on or around the crown.
Very Good Condition
Very Good Condition
Inverted Cone Technology dramatically expands the portion of the clubface that delivers high COR for consistently longer drives.
Its low and deep center of gravity helps promote long carry and exceptional distance.
Easy to launch on a high, penetrating trajectory.
4 Moveable Weight Ports (two 12-gram weights and two 1-gram weights) allow for up to 102 different launch combinations.
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|Oldie but Goodie
||By George B. on 3/6/2011
16 out of 17 people found this review helpful.
The Taylormade Superquad technology is still valid in today's world of variable weighting and hosel adjustments. Purchased a 9.5 degree, std. length regular flex Reax 65 gram sharft. Ball flight is low (I normally am a high-ball hitter) even when the weighting is set to promote a higher ball flight with a boring trajectory and great roll-out upon landing. Distance is outstanding as this is the longest and most forgiving driver I have tried even vs drivers from Golfsmith taylored to my personal specs. The regular flex shaft is in harmony with my slow tempo, 100+ swing speed. If you have an agressive tempo I would suggest you go for the stiffer flex. If you normally hava a low-ball flight, I would suggest at least the 10.5 or the 11.5 degree option.
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