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OK I bought an R7 Superquad at a golf expo this past weekend (10.5, and reg shaft) for $250.... I don't know if it's the TP or not... I just realized there's a difference between the TP and just the regular Superquad. Can anyone shed some light on that? Also I'm not sure how to properly use the weighting system. I'm going to play 9 now, I'll report back with my thoughts on the club in general in a few hours. Thanks in advance for any help!

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unless you have a first edition like mine, there will be grooves in the center of the club face, that indicaates a tp, if there are no grooves, but ti still has the symbol, it is a first edition, adn iwll say so. i can takae pics if you need.


P.S. its a beautiful club when you get it working...

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I think fakes r7 SuperQuad TP are logo-ed with 1st Edition All Black. A $250 SuperQuad is supposedly to be the regular version and I'm guessing it's genuine since you bought it from brick and mortar shop.

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fusion- the ones labled all black are not fakes. they are quiete reall. On the TM site, it says they are, "commemorative of this great achievment in driver technology." or something like that. I snagged mine for 170, and it ran through the taylor made registration just fine...

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fusion- the ones labled all black are not fakes. they are quiete reall. On the TM site, it says they are, "commemorative of this great achievment in driver technology." or something like that. I snagged mine for 170, and it ran through the taylor made registration just fine...

My bad, perhaps I wasn't being too clear with this. I didn't mean all SuperQuad 1st Edition All Black are all fakes. I was saying that to my knowledge "they" make fakes SuperQuad only with the 1st Edition version, but not the 460MWT.

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OK so turns out it's not a TP just a regular Superquad. I played 9 yesterday... it was windy and 42 degrees. I really only hit one beautiful drive... it's going to take some getting used to. I couldn't turn my old driver over fast enough so I played it pretty far up in my stance. I obviously set up the same with the R7 which resulted in a hook. When I tried holding back my wrists a little bit I held them back too much and pushed it. I'm sure just moving the ball back in my stance while maintaining the same swing as before will be the key here. Can anyone lend some advice on using the weights? TIA...

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more info here: http://www.taylormadegolf.com/produc...il.asp?pID=167

this is what i remember:

1) heavier weight on top - produce lower ball flight
2) heavier weight on heel - tend to draw
3) heavier weight on toe - tend to fade

and i think the rules say you are not supposed to tinker with the weights during a round. have fun!

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