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Jim in Indiana reviewed this product on 05/26/11 Follow-up to my 9-11-10 review. Had some trouble this Spring with accuracy. I usually hit the ball straight or a slight fade to a tighter fairway. All Spring I struggled with a push to push slice. Nothing seems to fix it and my swing did not appear to friends to be different. I decided it had to be the shaft. It was a stiff shaft and perhaps stiffer than the older PMG graphites. I ordered a 12 degree with a regular shaft and all is right in the golf world. I have recovered my accuracy and have sacrificed little in length. You might consider a regular shaft and even a 12 degree club if you are >50 like me and have lost a few mph. Living in the past will put more long grass and trees in your future.
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Jim rated this product on 09/11/10 I played with the Taylormade R5 and the Command Q2 for about 3 years. I loved the Q2 better than the actual R5. I was 260 in the short grass most of the time. The control and wrokability of the Q2 was terrific. I decided to purchase the Command Ti earlier in the Summer since I read that the Burner was a potentially longer choice, but yet the dependability I expect from TM. I was right. The Ti is 15 yards further on a consistent basis, and I have had a number of drives in the 290 range. The consistency off the clubface is not as forgiving as the Q2, but the sweetspot is still substantial. You must stay on the top portion of the clubface with the Ti. If you do make a decent strike of the ball, the Ti will reward you with a beautiful and long ball flight. I have the 10.5 and the flight is lower than the Q2 at 10.5. Unless you have a very good launch angle, I would recommend staying away from lower lofts on the club. Thanks Pinemeadow for continuing to create very nice equipment for us.
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Charles rated this product on 08/11/10 Good driver. I got the 12 degrees one and it hits pretty well. Flies straight and has a good sound to it.
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anto reviewed this product on 08/02/10 any chance of making an 8.5* in the near future
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Dot rated this product on 07/01/10 I own a Taylor R5 12 degree driver because I could not find a 10.5 degree Taylor for women. Had the Taylor for a few years and although I liked it, I really wanted the 10.5 degrees to get more distance so I bought the Q Ti Driver. Definitely gives me a lot more distance with plenty of loft. Great club.
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