The face is in great working condition. Ive got this in neutral I think I may have to say goodbye to R5 and replace it with the G5. Taylormade R5 Dual The weights in there are screwed in, but also epoxied, hence the need for a heat gun to remove them.

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Taylir that doesnt straighten your ball, check your grip. I have tried a lot of drivers already but this tayoor the best I had. I thought the newer drivers of TaylorMade are far better but this R5 can still do maed job on any golf course out there. If you want to move them, spring for the Tour Preferred. With a heat gun, some patience, and a pair of needle noise pliers, you can easily remove the weights on the regular non TP R5.

Been using this more and I am hitting it at around to When viewed from the bottom or side, the r5 drivers look very futuristic and high-tech. Every year I have tried a new driver and on occasions bought one. Driver Fairway Wood Hybrid. Decent club that gets the ball out there. Highly stable on mis-hits, the r5 Dual is one of the most forgiving drivers in TaylorMade’s history. Mint Shows virtually no traces of wear and has been hit times total.

The r5 Type N is set up with neutral weighting, but we both found it to produce taylir on a regular basis. But every now and then a loss of concentration makes a fade.


TaylorMade R5 Dual N Drivers user reviews : out of 5 – reviews –

Iron sets must contain a minimum of five 5 consecutive clubs with matching shafts, including a Pitching Wedge. This is a better forgiving driver than the Titleist drivers or any other drivers out there.

For the better player then the R7 is probably a better club, but if your are on a budget then this is a great alternative for any level of golfer.

At first glance, the r5 looks quite a bit like the r7. In good condition as you can see. TaylorMade Golf has surged to the top of the driver marketplace over the last tayllr years. The large, metallic black clubhead seems to dwarf the golf ball at address, making the small, subtle TaylorMade logo on the crown a very useful alignment aid.

I have my new R15 parked and am going back to my trusty R5. The r5 Dual is available in two head types: But a closer look reveals that the design breakthrough of the r7 — removable weights that can be changed to fine-tune your ball flight and trajectory — is altered considerably in the r5.

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TaylorMade r5 Dual Driver Review

It will be difficult to determine if it has been used. A few of my partners have in fact suggested that I never change the R5n.

I was pleasantly suprised by the TaylorMade R5 Dual driver. N, which has neutral weighting for players who like to work the ball both ways, and D, which promotes a draw. There is also an r5 Dual TP driver with moveable weights, but more on that later.


TaylorMade R5 Dual N Drivers

Typical turnaround time is business days. The r5 Dual Type N driver has the weight distributed more evenly between the weight ports and a more pear-shaped head design to allow more workability to golfers who like to shape their shots. The weights in there are screwed in, but also epoxied, hence the need for a heat gun to remove them.

According to TaylorMade, the design rationale behind the r5 and its fixed-weight design was to simplify the process of configuring the weights. I will try not to try to kill ball from now on and tee higher ,any other Ideas? I think I may have to say goodbye to R5 and replace it with the G5. Erik reported that other testers who tried the driver had similar experiences with the exception of one tester who usually hits a cut off the tee — he hit the ball straight with the r5 Dual Type N.