TaylorMade r5 Dual N (Drivers)
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The r5 dual Type D and r5 dual Type N each boast an extraordinarily high moment of inertia (MOI) that delivers exceptional stability for better results on mis-hits. Yet these drivers differ in a crucial way: each is engineered to deliver a specific type of trajectory. The r5 dual Type D is engineered to promote a draw, while the r5 dual Type N is engineered to promote a neutral, or straight ball flight.
Both the Type D and Type N are extremely large, measuring 450 cubic centimetres. Heads that size were made possible by TaylorMade’s Super-Thin Wall (STW) casting technology, which allows the clubhead walls to be made 20% thinner than those of a typical titanium wood. STW was developed for and is used in TaylorMade’s r7 quad and r7 quad TP drivers.