ADJUSTABLE LOFT SLEEVE,
BIRTH OF THE MODERN DISTANCE IRON
R9 DRIVER, BURNER IRONS | 2009
The R9 driver was the first TaylorMade driver to use Flight Control Technology, a technology still used today, which allowed golfers to change the face angle, lie and loft of the club using a simple wrench. With eight different positions available this made the R9 one of the most adaptable and workable golf clubs.
The thin face and Inverted Cone Technology in the Burner Irons gave them a larger sweet spot, leading to increased ball speed and consistent distance on mishits. These irons helped pave the way for distance irons as we know them today.