By Eric Yang
on 10.23.07

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This Fall’s unseasonably warm weather has caught everyone off guard but it doesn’t mean you can’t take advantage of it. How you ask? One word.

Golf.

Which of course gives you a perfectly viable excuse to justify replacing your driver with the new TaylorMade r7 CGB Max driver. With enough letters in it’s name to make German car manufacturers seethe with envy the TaylorMade r7 CGB Max features:

  • Movable Weight TechnologyTM (MWT) with three weights promote change in trajectory of up to 35 yards from slight fade to large draw for improved accuracy and distance (one 16g, two 1g)
  • Triangular head shape incorporates an exceptionally far-back CG location makes it easy to launch the ball high and super-deep
  • SuperFast Technology reduces total club weight and promotes faster swing speed for added drive-crushing distance
  • 460 cc clubhead combined with TaylorMade’s Inverted Cone Technology produces an extremely-high effective MOI (eMOI*) that exceeds 5800 (USGA conforming)

What this means to you: This club will instigate two things on the course: 1. Club envy and 2. Distance envy. If you’re not comfortable with that then move on.

Cost: $499 @ Golfsmith [ships 11/13]

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