Balance is the keyword with this new addition to the legendary TaylorMade r7 Driver lineup. The variable thickness of the Taylor Made r7 Limited clubface creates a widened sweet spot allowing for more distance and accuracy when you happen to hit the ball off-center (ya we know this never happens right?).
Like the other R7’s, the limited uses movable weight technology to counter balance that dreaded hook or deadly slice…or just give you an advantage on those nasty dog leg holes. The one thing I really liked about this driver is how fluid the shaft felt when swinging and when connecting with the ball…the flight path the ball took was beautiful.
Bottom Line – This is a perfect club for a beginner golfer or a player that tends to spray the ball all over the course. If you are a little more accurate you may want to check out the Adams Speedline Driver which gives you a some more distance but less forgiveness.
Adams Speedline Driver Review
If your looking to improve your club speed, you won’t find a better new driver than Adams Golf Speedline Driver…it simply glides and cuts through the air with ease.
With a raised crown, along with scooops in the toe and heel to improve aerodynamics swinging this club is like swinging no other driver. If you can hit the ball straight and could use a few extra yards off the tee then this could be the best golf driver for you.
The new Adams Speedline Driver boasts three tour victorys only weeks after its debut. Designed to reduce dragging on every single swing, the Adams Speedline was developed in a wind tunnel to ensure optimal velocity and club head speed…certainly a club you want to check out if you have a decent handicap and are comfortable hitting the ball off of the tee.