2011 TaylorMade R11 Golf Driver Shaving Service
*Grooving is an additional $25- Please contact us*
Note: this auction NOT for an R11 Driver. It is for servicing a 2011 TaylorMade R11 golf driver, or other brand of golf driver you already own or have purchased and shipped to us. To purchase one of our pre-shaved drivers or for more information on our process, check out our other auctions or visit our website at .Welcome to the world of performance-enhanced drivers! Are you looking for the hottest driver made? It might be as close as the TaylorMade R11 currently in your bag Testimonials: Jim in North Texas from Arlington, TX United States
I played my recently "WHD improved" Ping K-15 10.5* driver over the weekend and WOW...what a difference! I normally play a Ping G-15, 12* driver but I wanted to try the new Ping K-15 because of the advertised improvements in "straightness" and "increased launch angle". When I first played the K-15 (before being shaved) I was not that impressed. Straighter, yes - but the launch angle didn't come to be what I was hoping for. All in all, the stock K-15 wasn't as good as the 12* I was hoping to replace. But now, after the shaving to .880 COR, this K-15 is truly unbelievable. Straight, high and LONG-about 35 yards longer then when stock (and now straighter and longer than my G-15). I've played 3 rounds, hit a couple of large bags of balls, and the club face looks the same as when I received it back from WHD. I absolutely love it. Best $100 I've spent on golf in a very long time! Thanks for the improvement.Tom from Bella Vista, Arkansas First, let me say that I am a professional club maker. You can imagine what my number one request is when it comes to a driver: How do I get more distance? Well if you are looking here you have found the real answer. Let's be candid. All current drivers manufactured by the majors such as Callaway, Ping, Taylor Made, Adams, Titleist and others are required to conform to both thre USGA and the R&A standards of performance. Within those performance guidelines is the max COR of a driver which cannot exceed a factor of 830. Not to get technical here but COR is the spring effect of the clubs face. What this process incorporates is removing that restriction by remilling the face to create a greater spring effect to the face of your driver. A greater spring effect creates with the same swing tempo of your current driver a longer flighted ball. I have heard all the HYPE for years on the newest driver and their distance claims. If all of it were true we would all be hitting 300 yard drives. Well it has not happened to me and I suspect it has not happened to you or you would not be looking at this now. It seems every month some manufacture has just created a new $400.00 driver that will cure all your ills. Funny, those $400.00 drivers a year later are now selling for $199.00 or less. If you want to really increase your distance this process is your TRUE answer. I had one of mine just returned from WHD. I had my COR taken from an 830 on a Taylor Made Draw driver to an 880. All I can tell you is that I picked up 20 yards plus hitting range balls on a cold day in December. I can't wait to get out on the course with my Titleist balls and really see how much I have picked up in distance. I must also comment on WHD. I found the service to be top notch. The process was very well done. All my questions were answered promptly. My driver was returned to me in a matter of days and not weeks. In short this works and Steve anf his staff do an excellent job. I know the price might seem a little high but think of the alternatives. Take your current driver and have it shaved and pick-up another 20 or 30 yards or go ahead and buy another $400.00 dollar driver after you have fallen for all the HYPE and get the same results you had before. One last note, I thought this process was so good and well performed that I am sending my second driver into WHD. ...
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