Here's a TaylorMade Father's Day Gift Guide to help you find the newest or bestselling product available today:
This is what almost what every father wants...more distance in his golf game. And the TaylorMade Burner Superfast 2.0 Driver was built for distance. It is light and has an aerodynamic design. All that means more club head speed which produces more distance.
When choosing a club for the average golfer, you first want to know if he golfs right or left hand. Then, you would want to get him the Regular Flex shaft unless he's in his 70's and swings slower. In which case get him the Senior Flex. A young dad who can hit the ball over 260 yds would probably want a Stiff Flex shaft. Graphite shaft is a solid choice for almost all golfers. And, a 10.5 degree loft is perfect for the average golfer. Check dad's golf bag to see what degree loft and what flex shaft he's using. Here's a video on how to choose a driver:
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Here's a video review of the TaylorMade RocketBallz Rescue. If you are not familiar with golf, the language in review may not help you. In this case, as a general rule, if he shoots in the 80's, 90's, or higher, he would find this rescue "wood" helpful in his game.
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Does dad need to exercise more? Get him the TaylorMade R11 Stand Bag and he'll have no excuses.
Walking 18 holes is a fun way for dad to start exercising, AND have fun doing it. The R11 Pure Lite Stand Bag is a streamlined design of a larger bag but without the weight (only 4.9 pounds). The 7 pockets and accessory friendly design allows dad to bring his beverage of choice and other essentials for a comfortable round of golf. Rainhood, umbrella holder, and ergonomic shoulder straps are just some of the features to help dad make it through a round of golf.
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You may not know it, but dad sure does. Sometimes when the sun is shining and the angle is just right, there's a glare that shoots off the putter. This can be very hard on the eyes and may be enough to cause a slightly "blind" put. In that case, dad is just guessing the put is lined up.
The TaylorMade White Smoke series takes care of that. The white crown not only eliminates glare but also provide excellent contrast against the green.
Added to the white crown are 3 easy-to-see black alignment lines. This instils confidence that the put is lined up and ready for the stroke.
This is when he will witness a "true roll" off the face. Instead of skidding initially, the ball will start rolling forward for a smoother, more accurate put. Credit this to it PureRoll Surlyn face insert.
If dad can't put good, at least he'll look good with his beautiful TaylorMade White Smoke IN-12 Putter.
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To say TaylorMade is serious about golf is an understatement. For the average person the Penta TP5 may be just another ball, but when 3 of the 10 best professional golfers in the world choose to play Penta, you know it has some serious technology behind it.
Here's what "mvmac" had to say about the Penta TP5: something as small
"The Penta had a pretty good year in '11. Darren Clarke won the British open, currently 3 players in the top 10 in the world use the Penta and 25 million Penta balls were put into play. Taylormade golf balls also doubled it's market share. Illustrating just how committed TMAG is to being #1 in every category. There will also be some surprises with some of the new tour players that will be playing the TP5 in 2012, but I've been sworn to secrecy about it
The New Penta TP5 continues the 5 Layer technology —cover, outer mantle, middle mantle, inner mantle and core—engineered to optimize performance in five key shot categories: driver, long irons, middle irons, short irons and wedges. The big changes for the new ball is the 28% lower core compression which equates to a reduction of spin. The lower compression also results in a softer feel, TMAG measures by sound in hertz. Compared to the ProV1 it's softer than the ProV1 and spins less that the ProV1x.
Taylormade claims distance jumps of 10 yards. I got to play with the latest version of the Penta line and was pleased. The balls definitely felt soft, something that to me is most evident in hitting putts. Can't say I hit it 10 yards farther, would be tough to tell anyway since I was hitting a lot of the new TMAG clubs, but would confirm that the balls performs well into the wind and is great for shots around the green. The greens at La Costa North course, where I was playing in the TMAG media day, are new and newer greens tend to repel balls. But I was able to hold greens with long and mid irons.
The Penta TP 5's will be $45 a dozen"
Source: Thesandtrap.com - PENTA TP5 Balls
As of this post, you can find them for $35 a dozen here. If dad is an avid golfer, he'll see and feel the difference when playing the TaylorMade Penta TP5.
If dad is a wizard around the green but wants to get more distance with his long irons, the Taylor Made Burner 2.0 Irons was designed specifically for him.