What is the standard loft of a TaylorMade R1 driver?

10 degrees
The R1 is shipped with a standard loft of 10 degrees and face angle that is designed to be “visually square” at address (TaylorMade says a visually square face angle actually measures 2 degrees open). If 1.5 degrees of additional loft is added, the face angle will close 3 degrees.

Is the R1 a forgiving driver?

Compared to the R11s the R1 feels more forgiving and the sound at impact is a loud, but strangely likeable, high pitched crash that forcefully announces that you are on the tee and have just pulverised the ball. The 460cc head features a wide deep forgiving face that should benefit all mid to low handicappers.

How do you adjust the loft on a TaylorMade r15 driver?

Step 1: Adjust the Loft Use it to unscrew the 2-degree hosel sleeve where the shaft goes. After spinning it around for a while, the head will pop off giving you access to the neck. You’ll be able to adjust the loft up to 4 degrees. And there’s 12 different positions or notches around the hosel’s circumference.

What is a SIM driver?

The TaylorMade SIM (Shape in Motion) driver is one of three 2020 drivers from TaylorMade and focuses on controlling spin and dialling shot bias, while the SIM MAX focuses on forgiveness, and the Max D SIM is their draw-bias driver.

How do I adjust my Taylormade driver?

Adjustments are made with the Torque Wrench. Use the wrench to loosen the screw in the center of each weight, then slide the weight to the desired location and lock it in place by tightening the screw until you hear an audible “click” noise from the wrench.

How do you adjust TaylorMade driver loft?

In order to adjust the Loft Sleeve, loosen the screw in the heel until the clubhead releases from the shaft. Align the desired loft as marked on the sleeve with the line on the back of the hosel and tighten the screw until you hear an audible “click” noise.

What does upright setting on TaylorMade driver do?

The UPRT LIE (upright) setting allows for the current flatter lie of the R15 to be adjusted to a more upright angle for taller golfers, that visually need to see a more upright angled head. This setting also helps golfers that need a neutral/square face angle but need to create more draw on their shots.