I am actually submitting this for my father- he is currently hitting a Taylormade RBZ (1st edition), 9.5 degree, with the stock, 45 gram Taylormade, Regular flex Matrix shaft.
I have been fortunate to be surrounded by competitive golfers in CA, who have slowly, but surely, helped me upgrade my bag to be an incredible fit to my game (currently a faithful M4 user). My father, who lives in WA, does not have a community around him that has clubs to spare and, therefore, is still playing his Taylormade RBZ with way too light of a shaft (not to mention a deadspot in the face). He refuses to spend the money for new equipment because his game has not been great this past year and with the weather in Seattle, he doesn't get a lot of time to hone it. I know Taylormade's new technology would make a huge difference in his game and get him the confidence he needs to start investing in his equipment and enjoying the game he loves so much!
Current Driver: Nike Vapor Fly
Loft: 8.5 degree
Shaft: Mitsubishi Rayon Tensei CK Series
Shaft Flex/Weight: Stiff/50g
Being in graduate school, working towards a Doctorate in Physical Therapy with an interest in Biomechanics, I have not had the luxury to replace my driver that has been in the bag since 2016 when Nike ended their golf series. Like some of my favorite golfers, I would love to see how the transition from Nike to Taylormade would help my game off the tee. I am an 8 handicap, and would love to see how using a driver with the newest technology would help to improve my game. Additionally, as a student of Physical Therapy with an interest in biomechanics, I would also love to see how the club could help me overcome the inconsistencies of my swing pattern in comparison to my Nike Vapor.
Hopefully you can help me make the switch like Rory and Tiger!
Braden J. Johnson