Golf slice is always thought to be one of the biggest golf problems. Many golf players have this kind of problem when playing golf clubs. There are many factors which affect the slice. Among them, the golf clubs for sale you use may affect your golf swing and slice. So, it is important to select proper golf clubs to reduce or avoid slice.
Luckily, many golf brand manufacturers have been listening and they’ve created clubs with you in mind. Although they probably can’t cure a terminal slice, a driver designed for players with mild to moderate slices can make a huge difference to your game as you work on fixing your swing.
Most of the drivers for slicers are adjustable models, that way you can reset the TaylorMade SLDR Driver for sale configuration as your drives get stronger and more consistent. Let’s take a look at some of the best drivers for players that slice.
Among the more basic options for adjustable drivers, TaylorMade SLDR Driver’s feature a 20 gram adjustable weight track on the sole of the clubhead, as well as an adjustable loft sleeve. The 20 gram weight can be moved most of the way to the heel, helping players shape their shots with ease.
The newest version of the TaylorMade R series brings us a set of sliding weights, each packing 12.5 grams of adjustability, for a total of 25 grams of moving weights. Move the two together to create maximum draw or space them out for less dramatic shot shaping. The TaylorMade R15 Driver also has an adjustable loft sleeve to help you further dial in your shots.
In addition, I want to mention the new TaylorMade AeroBurner Driver. It does not only allow you to slightly adjust the face angle with the adjustable loft sleeve, it offers two sets of weights to help influence shots. The front track carries 15 grams of weight that will directly help your slice. The back track has a 10 gram weight to help with spin. All things taken together, this TaylorMade AeroBurner Driver for sale can be shaped and molded to any configuration you need.
Before talking about the golf clubs for sale which can correct slice, let’s get to know what slice is at first. A slice is a curving shot with a lot of sidespin which sends the ball left to right rather than straight. The clubface will be open several degrees in relation to the path. Draw. This is a shot with minimal sidespin resulting in a slight right to left travel at the end of the ball’s flight.
Whether you’re a fully-functional slicer or one whose game is really suffering, sometimes all the swing clinics in the world can’t completely solve your embarrassing little problem alone. Luckily, some manufacturers have been listening and they’ve created clubs with you in mind. Although they probably can’t cure a terminal slice, a TaylorMade SLDR Driver designed for players with mild to moderate slices can make a huge difference to your game as you work on fixing your swing.
Most of the best drivers for slicers are adjustable models, that way you can reset the club configuration as your drives get stronger and more consistent. For example, TaylorMade AeroBurner Driver is thought to be an excellent driver. But it does not mean it is a good driver to cure the slice. Let’s take a look at other best drivers for players that slice.
Among the more basic options for adjustable drivers, TaylorMade SLDR Driver for sale features a 20 gram adjustable weight track on the sole of the clubhead, as well as an adjustable loft sleeve. The 20 gram weight can be moved most of the way to the heel, helping players shape their shots with ease.
In addition, the newest version of the TaylorMade R series brings us a set of sliding weights, each packing 12.5 grams of adjustability, for a total of 25 grams of moving weights. Move the two together to create maximum draw or space them out for less dramatic shot shaping. The R15 also has an adjustable loft sleeve to help you further dial in your shots.
Slice is a golf problem for many golf players espeically golf beginners. So, it is necessary to get rid of slice using some better golf clubs for sale.
The TaylorMade AeroBurner fairway wood and hybrid have already debut in early 2015 alongside the new AeroBurner driver and R15 woods. The Aeroburner golf clubs for sale have been avaible in all physical store and online store.
According to TaylorMade, the AeroBurner 3-wood has the strongest face in golf, something needed to support a new speed pocket – its stand-out feature. This cavity – positioned on the sole of the club – extends further into the fairway than before, allowing more of the face to flex.
This serves to increase both the sweet spot and ball speed, with TaylorMade also citing lower spin as a by-product. In fact, the TaylorMade AeroBurner Fairway Wood’s sweet spot is twice as large as the equivalent area on the JetSpeed fairway wood. The end result of the above advancements is increased distance from both the fairway – a principle construction aim – and the tee.
What’s more, the TaylorMade AeroBurner fairway wood comes in an aerodynamic shape – a produce of the shallow face, raised crown and a new hosel fin, which purports to reduce drag created by the hosel.
The 170-cc head comes in a matte-white finish, with a black PVD face and, like the Aeroburner driver, a crown graphic to help with alignment. The AeroBurner fairway is available in #3 and #5 models just like the TaylorMade AeroBurner driver, R15 driver and R15 fairway and rescue.
However, the Aeroburner fairway wood is surely not your only choice. As there are now many other TaylorMade fairway woods available for sale, like the TaylorMade SLDR Fairway Wood for sale. Not like the Aeroburner hybrid, TaylorMade SLDR Hybrid seems own quite more fans who love TaylorMade golf clubs.
Following on from TaylorMade SpeedBlade Irons, they are are designed to provide high ball speeds without sacrificing distance or feel. TaylorMade AeroBurner Irons utilise the maximum-permitted coefficient of restitution – effectively bounciness of the face – to deliver improved distance after contact.
In addition, the low centre of gravity position of the new TaylorMade AeroBurner Irons produces a high launch angle. The high-MOI cavity-back head design allows weight to be moved to the perimeter for increased forgiveness, while optimised loft and CG placement help promote consistency.
In terms of aesthetics, a longer blade length, thicker top line and more offset are designed to inspire confidence at address, while a dark matte head finish helps combat glare. TaylorMade AeroBurner Irons for sale join the AeroBurner driver, AeroBurner Mini Driver and the R15 driver to complete TaylorMade’s 2015 long-game club offering.
Given that there is decent sized cavity in the back of the heads, you hardly notice it visually and the sound at impact of the TaylorMade R11 Irons is very good, whilst not being as completely solid as say a blade iron. They are very forgiving on mis-hits, although this forgiveness makes shaping the ball a little harder if you are trying for small fades or draws. Bigger movements in shot shape are easier, so the shot shapers among you may prefer the TaylorMade Tour Preferred irons.
However we are splitting hairs here as there is very little wrong with these irons and an awful lot that is right. From the performance to the stylish looks the TaylorMade R11 Irons for sale is a ‘must try’ set of irons for low to mid handicap golfers.
If you have ever used the TaylorMade R11 Irons, you would find they follow in a long line of irons that are very easy to hit. The first thing you notice is the over-size heads, which site beautifully behind the ball without looking too chunky.
At 9 Jan 2015, Taylormade released the high handicap driver – taylormade aeroburner driver. It comes with 9.5 10.5 and 12 degree and matrix speed RUL-Z 50 shaft. 460CC head and 45.75 inches shaft. The market price is 279 pounds.
TaylorMade aeroburner driver provides serious hang time, ideal for guys who struggle to get the ball airborne, Its best attribute—the AeroBurner turns slices into fades and hooks into draws; fistfuls of forgiveness, recovers solid yardage on off-center hits; consistent results let testers take a confident cut at it. Super lightweight but stable overall; the hard, hot feel at impact makes it a fun club to hit. For most guys, the highest trajectory of the drivers tested; some panelists might maneuver it a touch, but mostly shots stay pretty straight; what you see is what you get, since there’s no hosel adjustability.
Overall I have to say I did like the TaylorMade AeroBurner driver because it sounded great, felt good and put a smile on my face when I was hitting it and if a club does that to you, then it is usually on the right track.
Unfortunately it is not for me because as a 100mph swing player in the standard set up, it is too light and puts too much spin on the ball which increases the trajectory. I could trade up to the TP version and I am tempted, but for similar or less money I could get an R15 or several other drivers that have better set ups for my speed of swing, with adjustability thrown in too.
However if you are a paid up member of the ‘grip it and rip it’ club and have a medium to low swing speed and want a driver that is light enough to swing fast with lots of forgiveness, then the AeroBurner is hot for you.