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Taylormade R9 Max Driver Vs Ping G15 Driver

The R9 Max Type E driver is a Japan only product designed for increased distance, it features an overall lighter weight, low deeper center of gravity design and a 45.75" length.

The combo of these assets create a club that is easier to hit and produce a faster swing speed with more carry and distance. Of course this driver still features the same FCT setup that the R9 is so famous for, This is simply a package for golfers  who have less ego and want more pop to their driver.

Let's face it for those of us who have tried the current Taylormade R9 on the market it just isn't the longest and compared to the previous Taylormade driver models in some cases has been noted to be shorter. We all know the best thing about the R9 is how adjustable it is and in many cases by adjusting to your specs creates more distance but for the golfer who has his/her swing in tune the carry is a bit lacking to some.

Ping G15 Driver

A larger face is designed to increase

ball speed and provide consistency across the entire hitting surface. The new PING-designed TFC 149D high balance point shaft allows for a five gram increase in head mass (without increasing swingweight or overall weight) which results in higher ball speeds and an increased moment of inertia.

The G15 driver is engineered for golfers seeking

a maximum forgiveness driver that delivers distance and accuracy. Its 460cc titanium head is longer front to back and features PING's patented ultra thin crown technology. Weight savings from the thin crown are positioned as an external sole weight to optimize the center of gravity for higher trajectories and reduced spin.


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