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Is there a Taylormade alternative to the Superdeep R9 that has a similar pear shape/compact clubhead that isnt so expensive?

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I have a tradein credit at Taylormade preowned and I'm trying to find a driver that isnt too expensive.  Going to the store I liked the compact/ pear shape head of the superdeep r9 as opposed to the huge clubhead of the Burner driver.  Does anyone know of an older Taylormade model that has a smaller/compact pear shaped head like the superdeep r9?  I see alot of used clubs on the website but i dont know from the descriptions which one would have a similar clubhead.  Thanks.

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I believe that the r7 quad does, but I'm not 100% on that...

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Yea, I had the R7 quad for a few years and it looks very similar to the SD at address. They can be had for very cheap and it is a very good driver.

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The old 510TP is the closest thing to the new r9 superdeep.  Unless you are looking for a very deep face and low spin, you can consider others too.  The R5 and R7 (Quad, 425, 460) all had traditional looking heads as opposed to the triangular/high MOI heads of the Burner, R9, etc...  They aren't exactly 'pear shaped' but more symmetrical and pretty good looking at address.  FWIW, i really like the R7 425 TP in my bag.

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The suggestion for the R7 425TP is a very good one, I have one and like it very much.  Great shape, great feel, and great sound.  And, you can get 'em for like 100 bucks these days!

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