TaylorMade golf has long been one of the golf world's technological leaders, and according to the Darrell Survey, more PGA Tour professionals use TaylorMade drivers than any other brand.
While the size change from the taylormade r7 driver to 425 is relatively minor, there are a few other changes that stand out in this revision. First are the changes to the Movable Weight Technology (MWT).
TaylorMade did a great job in the design of the new r7 driver. There is a yellow stripe along the back ridge of the club. The outer movable weight chambers are grooved into the bottom of the club like they were shot into it with a high-powered rifle.
TaylorMade claims that this three-weight system of the discount r7 driver can actually create more horizontal variation in ball flight than the four-weight system. While that may be true, the stock weights offer just three combinations.
Like the R11 driver, the first thing you'll notice about the taylormade superfast 2.0 is its white crown. By designing a driver with a black face and a white, matte-finished crown, TaylorMade is trying to create the most contrast possible in order to help golfers align the club more easily.
The superfast 2.0 driver offers exceptional distance with extremely light weight. The aggressive head shape features drag-reducing geometry on the sole with a tapered back end for faster overall swing speeds which translates to more distance off the tee.
If you are looking for a golf driving club to jump start your very first golf game, you have to remember that taking advice is not a bad thing.