TaylorMade R9 Superdeep TP
Released January, 2010
The Pros:Deep black colored clubhead is visually appealing. For a strong golfer with a good eye (single figure handicap) it is a great workable and long driver off the tee.
The Cons:It has a too small head and deep face with lacks MOI to get to ball high.
The TaylorMade R9 Superdeep TP is a TaylorMade R9 driver released in early 2010. It inherits the R9 SuperTri’s black with red & white trim design, but is intended moreso for intermediate to professional-level players.
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It uses a smaller face than the R9 SuperTri to produce less spin, which means a player can drive further with more loft. That means greater distance, but less forgiveness. In particular, critics say the Superdeep TP lacks the high moment of inertia of its predecessor, but that it was designed this way on purpose. Featured is a 435cc head, two adjustable weight ports, and Flight Control Technology, which is TaylorMade’s adjustable head-design technology for unscrewing the head and then re-attaching it into an alternative position to enhance draw, fade, or neutral bias.
- TaylorMade R9 Driver
- Geared for Professional-Grade Players
- 435cc head w/Ultra-Deep Clubface
- Lower MOI & Forward CG for Increased Workability
- Flight Control Technology w/Two Weight Ports
- Ultra-Low-Torque Aldila R.I.P. Shaft
- Produces Less Spin
- Driving w/Greater Loft
- Inverted Cone Technology
- Expanded COR Zone
User Reviews (2)
Deep black colored clubhead is visually appealing
for a strong golfer with a good eye (single figure handicap) it is a great workable and long driver off the tee
it has a too small head and deep face with lacks MOI to get to ball high
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