For several years now, TaylorMade has been claiming supremacy in the driver market. Its advertisements proudly proclaim that more tour professionals play TaylorMade drivers than any other manufacturer's clubs. And we've all been hearing how much our games can be improved by the company's adjustable drivers. So, when the TayorMade R11 driver came out in February 2011, I decided to see if the hype is justified. Ping G20 IronsThe 2012 discount TaylorMade RocketBallZ RBZ Driver is the new line of drivers in 2012 and it will become one of the hottest drivers in golf market -TMAG is calling this line the hottest name in golf and feel they couldn't have called it anything else. It is designed for mid to high-handicap golfers who want more distance and forgiveness.
However, the new Taylormade R11S Driver emphasizes on the other aspect of the performance, which is the added adjustability. That is the reason why Taylormade golf called the R11S driver "the most adjustable driver". TaylorMade R11s Driver The modern-classical clubhead shape is designed for better players, whilst still offering forgiveness and confidence to average players. The R11S is a slightly more triangular shaped head than traditional drivers providing a higher MOI and a centre of gravity that is farther-back and deeper in the club.