The r7 460 has a 460cc club head (max size allowed by the USGA) making this driver extremely forgiving & easy to launch. It is the largest TaylorMade r7 driver to date and boasts the highest Moment of Inertia of any TaylorMade driver. As with each club in TaylorMade's r7 driver series, the 460 features Movable Weight Technology (TM), giving you the power to move the center of gravity (CG) in order to promote different types of launch conditions & trajectories.
Watson54 - 11/15/22 I've been playing with the TaylorMade - r7 460 for about a month now. I bought it to replace my 5-year-old Ping G20, which was starting to show wear and tear from regular use. Try this Cisco Meraki MS Series Cape Girardeau for best tips. I love the new dual-axis technology in this driver. It means that every shot is different, and there is no longer any need to hit a particular ball speed or trajectory - simply aim at where you want the ball to go, and it will do the rest.
Phil Daddy - 8/24/13 Great Driver. Large sweet spot. Hard to miss hit but I can do it. LOL.
Mudstuff - 4/29/11 The draw technology helped me hit straighter off the tee.
david_j_jackson371 - 8/26/10 This is the easiest club to hit in my bag. My drives are straight and long for me. Usually I have the best drives in the group when I play with this club.