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TaylorMade Hits Market with R11

TaylorMade has announced its new R11 driver, priced at $449 CDN. Here’s the scoop: Now TaylorMade is proud to introduce the R11 driver — the next revolution in golf club adjustability. “By incorporating our new Adjustable Sole...

Nike Golf rolls out 2010 club line

Between the parent companys historic status as a sports-manufacturing colossus and the obvious stature of a staff player whose status as No. 1 player in the world doesnt begin to do him justice, its always been easy to assign an asterisk of...

Nike Launches Victory Red Driver in February

From the wires:  Nike Golf is unleashing new and exciting innovation in the premium driver category.   The new Nike Victory Red (VR) drivers are the latest addition to the premium VR line, which began with the introduction of the successful...

Titleist: Tweaks AP Line-up, Brings on FJ...

Last week at Eagles Nest the fine folks from Titleist sat down with the Canadian golf press and walked through the line up of new product that has either just hit shelves, or will hit shelves in coming months. In many ways it is sprucing up the...

Gear Review: TaylorMade’s R9

TaylorMade R9 Release Date: March 20, 2009 Price: $499 What they say: TaylorMade Flight Control Technology What sets the R9TM driver apart from all other drivers is that it incorporates our new TaylorMade Flight Control Technology, or FCT for...

Sorting Out the R9 Brain-Teaser

The R9 saga rolls on . . . and up and down, and left, and right. Flummoxed, apparently, by the latest flight-control features built into TaylorMades brand new R9 driver, the Gear Head is getting a free drop courtesy of Cameron Jacobs from TMs...

TaylorMade’s R9: Defying the laws of...

If you were paying attention to last weeks post about TaylorMades newest driver offering, the R9, you might have noticed something odd about the companys description of the clubs adjustable playing characteristics. Specifically, Im talking...

TaylorMade’s latest and greatest: the...

Back in the day, you could flip to the back of Golf Digest or Golf magazine, to that pseudo-classifieds section filled with mischievous products like exploding balls, muscle pills and telescoping putters, for proof positive that the notion of...

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