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With R9, they tried to maximize the fitting possibilities for each golfer. They engineered two independent and complementary adjustability systems into the head to cover a large range of ball-launch conditions. They use movable weight technology in combination with a variety of head angles and seamlessly integrate them into a beautiful shape"
The 430cc head features "flight control technology" (FCT). Simply, an adjustable head-and-shaft system (tighten the recessed titanium screw to an aluminum "sleeve" on the end of the shaft) gives you the ability to lock the head in eight different settings. The shaft (and "sleeve") go into the hosel off-axis by 1°, which allows you to tweak face angle (2° closed to 2°open), lie angle (1° upright to 1° flat) or loft (1°stronger or weaker than stated loft). Company brass says FCT produces up to 40 yards of directional flight variance. That's particularly good news for slicers or hookers. FCT combines with the firm's "movable weight" technology (three removable plugs that weigh 16 grams, 1 gram, and 1 gram) to generate as much as 75 yards of left-to-right shot bias, 3° difference in launch angle and 1,500 rpm of backspin. Fit yourself by positioning the face angle (FCT) and then move weights to dial in trajectory.
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