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According to Tom Kroll, Global Product Manager for TaylorMade, you can adjust your TaylorMade driver's loft face angle and shot shape by using the driver wrench to configure the driver to your precise specifications. More »

To adjust the weights on a TaylorMade r7 driver, remove them from the bottom of the driver and insert the 10-gram weights closest to the hosel for maximum draw, closest to the toe for maximum fade, nearest to the face fo... More »

To adjust the weights on a TaylorMade r7 driver, remove them from the bottom of the driver and insert the 10-gram weights closest to the hosel for maximum draw, closest to the toe for maximum fade, nearest to the face fo... More »

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"Loft" is the angle of the golf club's face relative to the club's shaft, while "lie" is the angle at which the head attaches to the shaft. Volume is a measure of how much material is used in the club's head, and length ... More »

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Loft refers to the angle at which the face of a golf club hits a ball. It is measured in degrees starting from the vertical plane relative to the face. Most sand wedge lofts are between 54 and 58 degrees. More »

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A golf club loft table is a chart that correlates a specific golf club with its measurement of "loft," the angle of the face of the club relative to the vertical plane supporting the golf ball. Loft dictates the arc, hei... More »

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The top brands in golf clubs are Callaway, Cobra, Ping, TaylorMade, Titleist, Wilson, Bridgestone, Mizuno, Srixon, Adams, Tour Edge and Cleveland, based on 2015 reviews by leading golf websites GolfDigest.com and Golf.co... More »

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