TaylorMade Drivers drastic reductions from £69.99 @ Scottsdale Golf - HotUKDeals
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Fully stocked up my golf bag earlier this week with a couple of the other deals I found and listed, links below.

Just by chance seen this today, some of the prices for TaylorMade Drivers is the best I've ever seen.

Prices range from £70-120 based on the model, season and if it's a Tour Preferred version or not.
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#1
Sports Direct Ryder Cup Deals

Not listed but from doing some digging I got a pair of Adidas ClimaCool trousers for £15 by using the search function.

TaylorMade XFT Wedge for £57

Incidentally these wedges are £110 on the Scottsdale website.
#2
Some really good prices, I paid over £100 second hand for R9 driver. Great deal. Hot
banned#3
i am after an r9 driver i have an r7 11.5 loft but seem to be hitting the ball very high what one of these drivers should i buy
#4
Mines 10.5, I think the 9.5 is for low handicap players, I was told this, I hope its true as i'm rubbish, however the greater the angle the greater the loft, allegedly, so that might be your problem with the 11.5.

Edited By: robroyals on Sep 30, 2010 19:29: more words
#5
Just noticed the r9 drivers are left handed that would make it more difficult for some!!!
#6
Most are left handed clubs
#7
robroyals
Mines 10.5, I think the 9.5 is for low handicap players, I was told this, I hope its true as i'm rubbish, however the greater the angle the greater the loft, allegedly, so that might be your problem with the 11.5.

In general the higher the loft the easier it is to hit and the higher the ball flight. There is more to it than a low handicapper should use a low loft and a high handicapper a high loft, the kickpoint of the shaft can play just as big a role as well as numerous other factors.

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