The idea is to setup your R9 so that you do not have to change your golf swing to achieve the trajectory you want with your driver, whether it be a 5 yard fade or 10 yard draw. Signing up is free , and you’ll see fewer ads and can talk with fellow golf enthusiasts! I’ll post again since my last one was 5 years ago. This thread is days old. We appreciate that you found this thread instead of starting a new one, but if you plan to post here please make sure it’s still relevant. The TaylorMade R9 SuperTri may have more options than other adjustable drivers, but it is in the super premium end of the market and in terms of value for money we are going to have to mark it down a star as, particularly if you are not going to change the settings much, there are other drivers around that perform just as well for significantly less.

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Take your clubs and your R9 driver to a driving range. What about for a fade?

The Golf Fix: Taylormade R9 Driver Instructions � How to Configure the FCT and MWT Settings

A good starting point would be to put the heavier weight in the heel, and then go from there. TaylorMade M1 By tinkerJanuary 27 in Discussions. You currently have javascript disabled. I notice their is weight technology and you can change the loft and position of the head. Please log in to reply. If you wanted to tinker more often then this is certainly the club to do it with and there is definitely an appreciable difference between settings. But, as with all adjustable drivers, I think I would experiment on the range to find the setting I was more comfortable with and stick with that.


Using anything else can damage the threads on the bolt and weights. Replace the driver head onto the adjyst and tighten the bolt in the heel of the driver head until the R9 wrench clicks. To lower the trajectory just adjuzt weight to the front of the club near the face, which will also lower your spin rate.

Brian Peck 27 adjjust old. All you would need to do is make sure the toe is lighter than the heel of the club. Adjust your TaylorMade R9 according to the course and your swing.

I’ve forgotten my password. New York, NY Handicap: Fall colors pre peak. Remove the weights from the toe, heel and back of the driver head using the same R9 torque wrench. The TaylorMade R9 driver is designed with two technologies that help correct the flaws in your swing that can create erratic flights down the fairway.

Turn the driver over to expose the bottom of the driver head. Use the R9 TaylorMade white spuertri torque wrench provided with the driver and hoe the shaft bolt holding the shaft into the heel of the driver.

Leaving the 16 g weight in the center cavity with the two 1 g weights in the heel and toe cavities leaves the ball trajectory straight and adds distance to your drive. Posted by Daddyof1 at 3: GolfWRX – the world’s largest and best online golf community.


You guessed it, the exact opposite, position the 16g weight on the toe and the 1g weight in the heel to help slow down the closing of the face. If you can’t regularly get the foot putt closer than the foot pitch, then you supertdi more time on the practice green.

Or, sometimes away from the cup due to the golfer’s poor read of the green. This technology allows you to move the center of gravity CG in the club head by changing the position of weight supertrk the perimeter of the head.

TaylorMade R9 Supertri Adjustment Help

As chaptown noted, put the heavier weight in the heel port. I agree with Erik that it’s a relatively recent thing, mostly inspired by watching TV golf.

BrandonG2 35 years old. Sign up for a new account in our community. It has always been my belief that all putts are straight putts to a point on the green, that supertei not necessarily the cup. Leaving the 16 g weight in the center cavity can add length to the flight of your ball.

This is an all singing all dancing adjustable driver and we found there is very little to fault