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Taylor Made R11S Driver

The TaylorMade R11 S Driver has the most wonderful contrast between the white crown and black clubface which makes it easy to align accurately at address and the maximum size 460cc white head with a thick-thin crown design for a lower centre of gravity looks larger to promote more confidence and a fast, free swing speed. There’s loads of technology which allows golfers of all handicaps to tune for loft and face angle plus movable weights which allow you to adjust the centre of gravity to promote a draw or neutral flight. The Aldila RIP Phenom 60 graphite shaft is a lightweight composite shaft with a stiff tip profile for a low penetrating trajectory for supreme distance with a medium swing tempo. This TaylorMade R11S Driver also features: Movable weight technology allows adjustment to the centre of gravity to promote a draw or neutral flight Incremental fine tuning to both face angle and loft angle Advanced clubhead aerodynamics reduce drag and increase head speed for more distance 1 year guarantee, Aldila RIP Phenom 60 graphite shaft & headcover included The exceptional TaylorMade R11S Driver is good for both distance and for the fine control desired to get the best from any swing. Inverted Cone Technology promotes more golf ball speed on off-centre hits as does advanced clubhead aerodynamics which reduce drag and increase head speed for more distance. More distance comes from the lightweight shaft which promotes higher swing speeds for yet more clubhead speed. Adjustability starts with movable weight technology which allows you to tune the driver's centre of gravity to promote a draw or neutral golf ball flight. Putting the 10-gram weight in the toe and the 1-gram weight in the heel moves the centre of gravity closer to the toe to give a neutral flight characteristic. Switching these weights moves the centre of gravity of the TaylorMade R11S Driver toward the heel to promote a draw bias. Flight Control technology allows you to increase or decrease the loft by 1.5° in 8 different increments for the finest control possible of your loft and with the new 5-sided Adjustable Sole Plate technology, you get a 6° range of face angle tuning to open or close the face by 3 degrees, without affecting loft. This TaylorMade R11S Driver is the most tunable TaylorMade driver ever to make for the most versatile driver that you could want in your golf bag and it’s available now at american golf.
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R11S driver adjustments
I just purchased the R11S driver, 9 degree, reg shaft. The launch monitor showed the best setup as 1.5 degree higher with face at the "closed" position (not closed #2). All has been great using range balls, but today hit my Nike PD and had a hard time not hitting a high fade. These balls usually minimize side-spin and my normal shot is a draw. Where should I begin changing the adjustments on the R11S? Should I close face first? Will changing flight to lower or neutral be the first step, and will that change the face to more closed? There doesn't seem to be a cheat sheet of steps to try.
Age: 55-65
Gender: male
asked 2 years, 4 months ago
by
Anonymous
 - Laguna Niguel
on R11S Driver
5 answers
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answer 1
yes definitely the loft is going to help you...try 10 or 10,5 degree a club with more loft is easier to hit...and try not to hit it ti hard,play within yourself ....regards.
Mario
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answered 1 year, 8 months ago
by
mario18
 - plymouth
answer 2
Set everything back to standard. ie. 9 degree and neutral, try Nike tour D balls and don't try to knock the skin off them. Worked for me.....all the gizmos can sometimes be a pain..
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answered 1 year, 8 months ago
by
Olifinoil
 - Essex
answer 3
Leave the club set up standard ,Change your golf ball to a higher spinning ball and allign feet and shoulders slightly left of target and leave cluface pointing at target . swing normally along line of your shoulders . this will promote a fade. obviously try on a range first to adjust
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answered 1 year, 10 months ago
by
pinseeker
 - leicester
answer 4
firstly close the face angle and then try moving the heavier weight into the heel and the lighter weight in the toe.
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answered 2 years ago
by
timmyr
 - telford
answer 5
Set the sole plate up to closed + and also try putting more weight in the heel and less in the toe, should help counteract the fade. I hope this helps.
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answered 2 years, 4 months ago
by
AmericanGolf
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My current Taylor Made Driver (Burner) has an 'M' Shaft (Flexibility). What is the equivalent with the new R11S?
Age: Over 65
Gender: male
asked 2 years, 5 months ago
by
Flemps
 - Suffolk,England
on R11S Driver
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answer 1
if you ask to a professional he'll tell you that even the R11s have got 'M' shaft or you can go for a SENIOR shaft...regards,Mario
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answered 1 year, 8 months ago
by
mario18
 - plymouth
answer 2
In some drivers M was the same as regular, in others it was what they now refer to as "senior" or "soft". I'd suggest trying the senior and regular flexes
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answered 1 year, 9 months ago
by
bigphil1985
 - Blackburn lancashire
answer 3
I can confirm that the M flex is a senior flex shaft. I hope this helps you.
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answered 2 years, 5 months ago
by
AmericanGolf
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i am thinking of purchasing this item, can you explain the Flex - Lite definition means
I have a relatively slow swing speed, playing off of 15 handicap
12 degree loft should be fine however need to confirm shaft spec is okay
Age: 55-65
Gender: male
asked 1 year, 5 months ago
by
micha
 - Aberdeen
on R11S Driver
1 answer
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answer 1
Lite is a senior flex shaft which is generally used by the older golfer, or by a golfer who has a relatively slow swing speed. This shaft will help the golfer maintain consistency and distance.
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answered 1 year, 5 months ago
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AmericanGolf
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