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TaylorMade R9 Series, New Burner Irons

Good evening everyone. TaylorMade has officially launched a number of new products including the R9 driver, R9 fairway, R9 hybrid and new Burner iron.

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TaylorMade R9 and R9 TP Drivers 

– movable weight technology (3 ports)

– both clubs feature FCT technology – a small sleeve that allows the golfer to change face angle, loft and lie. The player loosens the FCT bolt, removes the head, moves the sleeve to the correct position and then puts the head back on.  

– classic head shape with ultra thin wall technology

– both standard and TP heads are the same… only difference is the shaft

– stock shaft in standard club is Fujikura Motore, TP features the Fujikura Motore F1 

– result is a club with 24 possible configurations 

– available March 20

 

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TaylorMade R9 and R9 TP Fairway Woods

– both feature FCT technology allowing the club to be configured in 8 different ways

– center of gravity is 50% lower than the R7 fairway

– stock shaft in standard club is Fujikura Motore, TP features Fujikura Motore F1

– available March 20 

   

 

 

 

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TaylorMade R9 and R9 TP Rescue Hybrids 

– only the Rescue TP has FCT technology

– slightly smaller profile than other TaylorMade hybrids

– stock shaft in standard club is Aldila RE*AX, TP features Aldila Voodoo VS8

– available May 1

 

 

 

 

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TaylorMade Burner 09 Irons 

– long irons, mid irons and short irons all designed differently to help achieve longer distance from club to club.

– long irons feature high MOI, thicker soles and top line

– mid irons feature slightly thinner sole and top line and thin face (although not as thin as longer irons) 

– short irons feature more thin and compact profile.

– TaylorMade hopes to cater to the masses with this iron

– available March 20 

 

 

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