You might want to see the pics while they are hot. Face angle has two ways to adjust. The head size is 460cc vs the R11 from 2011 was 440cc’s. The R11S driver will sell for $399, and the TP version with the same head but different shaft choices will be priced at $499. We will have a video review and information later today below.

“We’ve increased the range of tuning and incorporated it into a maximum-sized 460cc head – that’s what sets the R11S driver apart.” -Todd Beach TMag Metalwood R&D-

Click here to see all the photos and what everyone is saying in the forums…

-Adjust the loft up or down (±1.5°) with Flight Control Technology (FCT)
-Adjust the face to one of fi ve angles (±3°) with Adjustable Sole Plate (ASP) Technology
-Adjust the center of gravity toward the heel or toe with
-Movable Weight Technology (MWT)
-Maximum-sized 460cc titanium head with Thick-Thin Crown design for lower CG
-Inverted Cone Technology (ICT) promotes more ball speed on off-center hits
-White crown and black face makes alignment easy and eliminates glare on top

Here is a great Tech piece with TMag…

Click here to see all the photos and what everyone is saying in the forums…

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  1. I have attended the Demo at Galaxy. I would not give up my Diablo Octane Driver for the R11S. But, the RBz Fairway Wood is an ENTIRELY new golf game… I won a dozen of TM RBZs golf balls by hitting this fairway wood 250 yards (12+ yards further than a Teitlist FW; 5&5 shots). I wished that I had my Diablo FW to compare then on demo day…

  2. Just got to demo a r11s and RBZ driver at dick’s. not too impressed, save the money and upgrade the shaft in your r11 or burner if u didn’t get the tp that is. also hit last years Nike vr pro with the project x, i’m not a Nike guy but this thing outperformed the r11s and the RBZ in every aspect control, feel, distance, and ballspeed. non of the clubs really have a great sound, but the Nike is only 229 check one out if u get a chance. But anyways if your a Taylormade guy give your local Dicks a call see if they got the R11s and RBZ to demo i don’t know if it was just at that location.