TaylorMade has officially launched its new line of SIM (Shape in Motion) metalwoods, consisting of drivers, fairway woods and rescue clubs. The M-family nomenclature is out after four generations, and while many of the same technologies remain from yesteryear in the new designs, TaylorMade now has a new emphasis on shape.
Revolutionary New Shape with Aerodynamic Asymmetric Sole and
Inertia Generator: Designed to provide faster club head speed for more ball speed and distance while the rear weight creates high MOI for improved forgiveness.
Speed Injected Face
Speed Injected technology for intelligently optimized C. O. R. where
golfers typically hit it: Improves ball speed across the face by calibrating each head to the threshold of the legal speed limit.
Twist Face uses corrective face angles designed to overcome
inherent golfer tendencies on miss-hits and to produce straighter shots.
Sliding Weight Technology and Loft Sleeve : Provides adjustability
and personalization to optimize the club for each golfer’s trajectory, face angle and flight bias preferences, up to +/-2° loft change and up to +/-20 yards of draw-fade bias
Progressive Face Height
There are three different models of SIM drivers; the lowest-
spinning SIM driver that has the shallowest face of the three, the SIM Max, which has an 8% larger face and is built for maximum overall forgiveness, and the SIM Max D, which has a built-in draw bias and an 18% larger face than the SIM driver. All three drivers have a 2-degree loft sleeve to allow for loft, lie and face angle adjustments, but only the SIM driver has the draw-fade sliding weight feature.
Multi-Material Construction with Carbon, Titanium and Steel: Creates a head design where weight is positioned precisely in the head for ultra-low CG and high MOI.
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