Taylormade released the new r15 driver at 09 Jan 2015, which includes taylormade r15 460 driver, r15 430 driver, r15 black and r15 white driver. The Loft, Face Angle, Weight are all can be adjusted for all golfers from low to high handicap.
The R15 460 is TaylorMade’s larger, more forgiving driver, while the R15 430 is a smaller, lower-spinning driver aimed at better players or anyone in need of an extremely low-spinning driver.
A few testers mention that they actually hit shots too straight—for them, it’s not too easy to curve their balls; one or two guys say it’s not a significant enough improvement over the SLDR.
In conclusion TaylorMade went back to what made them the most successful metal wood company in the world. They created a driver that looks good, feels good, and works as good if not better than anything else on the market. The R15 430 and 460 both look like traditional TaylorMade drivers. The R15 430 has design characteristics that remind me of the R7 425 TP, and the 460 has hints of the R9 SuperTri in it (in look and feel only, performance is much better). One of my favorite characteristics of the new R15 drivers is the sound. They returned to a traditional TaylorMade sound which is a little more muted yet still powerful. It’s not a sharp piercing sound like there is on the R1 and SLDR heads. It’s a sound that says “I crushed it” without hurting your ears. I am thoroughly impressed with the return of the R series from TaylorMade and will personally be playing the R15 460 for 2015 season based on the results of this test. I will warn you that this driver has many different settings, and adjustments that can be made. It is extremely important that you are properly fit for any driver with multiple adjustments to make sure you optimize performance. We now have heads and shafts available in The Cluboratory at Miles of Golf ready to fit the TaylorMade R15 to your game.