Taylormade has finally released the new R11 series and PGA Professional Ashley Young Introduces the 2011 launch of the R11 Driver, R11 Fairway Wood and the taylormade rescue 11 — the latest and greatest from Taylormade. If you think of a white wood in 2011 then you'll automatically think of taylormade r11 but there has been another white-headed taylormade wood impressing our test team this year - the taylormade rescue 11.
The rescue 11 is the latest and greatest from one of the top names in golf. The Flight Control Technology allows you to adjust the club's face; loft and lie for each shot while the lower center of gravity will produce higher launches. This adjustable hybrid looks just as good as it plays with a 4-degree face angle change, a 2-degree loft change, a 2-degree lie angle change and a 1,000 RPM spin change, meaning perfect shots from anywhere on the course. It has a new deeper face, which produces a more penetrating flight. The white non-glare crown and black clubface (which provides easy alignment) will improve your game and that sleek white finish will make you the center of attention on the course and in the clubhouse. The "TP" version is designed for more experienced players.
This versatile taylormade rescue 11 features a white non-glare finish on the crown and black clubface for easy alignment, which complete with a 4-degree face angle change, a 2-degree loft change, a 2-degree lie angle change and a 1,000 RPM spin change, for perfect shots from anywhere on the course.
I've never been a good long irons player, and this year's golf set the gap nicely between my 5-Iron and 3-Wood. Another high quality production is from the minds of taylormade. This club is simply great. Very workable, penetrating ball flight, anything a better player could want this hybrid has. I have the 16 degree 2 hybrid in the "TP" model. Beware, this hybrid does not have much forgiveness and requires a higher swing speed, if you don't have a high swing speed go with the non model. The adjustability is awesome too.