Extra Stiff, Stiff, Regular
Lofts - Right Hand (degrees)
1 March 2007
US Launch Date February 2007
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The TaylorMade r7 SuperQuad TP driver combines the power and forgiveness of a 460 cc club head – the maximum size allowed by the USGA / R&A – with the ability to promote changes to the launch angle, spin-rate and trajectory. For players who demand the freedom to choose specific sets of launch conditions in their pursuit of greater distance, the r7 SuperQuad TP is the longest driver with Movable Weight Technology (MWT) that we've ever created. The contemporarily shaped club head is finished entirely in a deep, rich black, including the clubface. Yellow accents on the sole, similar to those on the r7 425 and r7 460, offer a dramatic contrast. The TaylorMade r7 SuperQuad TP is engineered for players who prefer to assess and calculate before launching the ball, who enjoy tweaking their equipment in attempts to optimise their equipment and make the absolute most out of their physical abilities. The r7 SuperQuad TP features a 1° open clubface alignment and a higher CG location. It includes 6 MWT cartridges (two 1-gram, two 12-gram, one 10-gram and one 14-gram) that make 102 CG locations possible, 18 at standard swingweight. The TaylorMade r7 SuperQuad TP's MWT gives players the ability to choose from six CG locations in one driver. They can raise or lower their launch angle by 1.5°, making a 9.5° driver behave like an 8° or 11°. It promotes a lateral change in ball flight of up to 28 yards -- 14 in either direction. That's the width of an average fairway. At 460 cc, the SuperQuad's MOI is inherently high. Plus, it receives an MOI boost from the weight of the four ports and cartridges concentrated in the heel and toe areas. Remember, the benefit of high MOI is that it keeps ball speed and distance high on miss-hits. TaylorMade's patented Inverted Cone Technology does the same thing that high MOI does: preserves ball speed and distance on miss-hits. When you combine the effect of the club head’s high MOI with the positive affect of ICT, the result is an extraordinarily high "effective MOI," which permits the TaylorMade r7 SuperQuad TP to deliver the same type of high ball speed and distance on miss-hits equal to a driver that measures higher than 5800 MOI with a constant-thickness clubface, if not even better.
Average rating for this product from 1 reviews
The R7 SuperQuad TP driver is TaylorMade's moveable weight driver with 4 weight plugs at 460cc. Previously they only had 4 weights at 420cc or the R5 Dual TP with 2 weights at 460cc, so this is the maximum they can do and it certainly slots very well into their range. We liked the all black head finish which gave it sinister look, although some may not like the face and crown being the same colour for alignment. Performance wise it was very good and moving the weights around did affect the trajectory. The TaylorMade SuperQuad has a bigger difference between the weights (12 and 1 gram) so the trajectory changes are more obvious than with the R7 Quad. The shaft in the TaylorMade R7 SuperQuad TP is much better than the standard version and the face has a more square alignment which better players will like, even if they dont like the price. As well as questioning its value for money, we have to mark it down for the noise at impact. It seems to be a trend now, but the crash sound at impact doesn't do it for us, especially when other TaylorMade drivers give a much better sound and feel.
"Black beauty...looks the business...rounded face...very high." Aug 07
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