Interesting question. It is hard to say, it probably comes down to personal preference. The Taylormade r7 425 has mobvable weight technology and a really nice traditional shaped head. But the r9 has movable weight technology and adjustable shaft technology. You can actually buy the shaft sleeves which means you could stick any shaft you want in your driver and change it as often as you want very easily. I do not like how the r9 has almost pointy head on it, not the greatest look I think.
You can try them both and see what you think, obviously the r9 is more expensive but perhaps worth it.
Taylormade R7 irons became available in 2004. Taylormade R9 irons were introduced in 2010. R9 irons allow one to hit the golf ball much farther than the R7 iron.
in 2009, it's the TaylorMade R9.
the sand wedge for this set is 55 degrees
around $300-$500 but will decrease later
looking at what history says...R9 Is Way Better
See related link. He now uses Taylormade R9 TP irons and Taylormade Penta TP ball, and the putter varies from week to week.
Have you read the question right?Do you mean "divide 29 into 357" (which is "divide 357 by 29").In which case the answer is 12 R9 (as 12x29 = 348).
That would be the latest TaylorMade driver! Currently the R9 that will be available to the public in March some time.
In the world? It is a matter of opinion. One of Taylormade r9, Nike SQ Dymo, Callaway FT9/FTI-Q, Ping i15/g15.
It depends on personal preference really either the Taylormade r9, Nike SQ Dymo, Callaway FT-IQ, Titleist 909 series or the Ping i15. You should try them and see which one is best for you.