TaylorMade Golf is the leading manufacturer of golf equipment including a wide range of products. Since established in 1979, Taylormade is committed to updating products and technologies continually, striving to make the golf clubs keep space with the changing times. TaylorMade is never failed to offers the customers top quality golf clubs to help improve their skills and enjoy the different feeling from other brands.
If you think of a white wood in 2011 then you'll automatically think of taylormade rescue 11 but there has been another white-headed TaylorMade wood impressing our test team this year - the rescue 11.
TaylorMade have a great heritage in rescue clubs, launching the TaylorMade rescue in 1997 and sparking the great hybrid explosion we now see not only on Tour but in the bags of amateur golfers all over the world. The taylormade rescue 11 lived up to that hype and bagged a bronze award in our rescue 11 test thanks to great performance, looks and feel - not to mention the adjustable hosel. In the video below TG's equipment editor David Connor takes you through the pros and cons of the golf set and what our test team thought of it.
The Taylormade R11 Rescue hybrid offers high performance with bold aesthetics. Its distinctive white crown and black face makes the Rescue one of the easiest hybrids to align at address, while deep face and lower center of gravity makes it versatile and easy to launch.
The features are that it adjusts the loft with Flight Control Technology (FCT). Face angle changes from fewer four degrees to more four degrees, loft changes from fewer two degrees to more two degrees, the lie angle changes from fewer two degrees to more two degrees. Deeper face and lower CG for easier launch, these are another features. White non-glare crown and black clubface are easy alignment.