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Used TaylorMade R11-S in Bargain ConditionTaylorMade R11-S Fairway Wood

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Bargain Condition Men's TaylorMade R11-S

Standard Length, Standard Lie Angle

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Bargain Condition

Shows frequent to heavy use but does not show any signs of abuse. Cosmetic blemishes are clearly visible and may include: pop-up marks, heavy scuffing and scratching, paint chipping, heavy finish wear, shaft burn and pitting, natural dings/nicking/gouges, etc. If you can get past the cosmetics, there is plenty of life still in this one!...plus, get it for a steal!

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The TaylorMade R11-S fairway wood is the ultimate in fairway wood optimization, with a white non-glare crown and black clubface for easier alignment. It has many of the features of the R11 fairway wood. Adjust the face (+/- 2) degrees with the Adjustable Sole Plate (ASP) Technology. Movable Weight Technology (MWT) allows the player to create either draw-biased or neutral weighting, while Flight Control Technology (FCT) allows the player to adjust the face angle, the lie angle and effective loft by simple shaft/head adjustments with 8 different clubhead positions to choose from. The low and forward CG location promotes faster ball speed and easier launch.

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Movable Weight Technology (MWT) allows the player to create either draw-biased or neutral weighting,what is O and C means,if i want to hitting draw to what letter to adjust?,

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The O stands for open and the C stands for closed. By setting it to the O setting, the face will be more open and produce a fade. By setting it to the C setting, the face will be more closed and produce a draw.

Emmett Brantly     1 year ago     0 of 0 found this useful