TaylorMade drivers are fabricated with an emphasis on magnifying clemency while perpetuating launch and acceleration. Its experience with metalwood creativity and noteworthy mechanics has evolved from the original Shape in Motion technology. As such, TaylorMade is incorporating these developments into its latest SIM2 drivers.
The SIM2 embarked alongside a thin carbon mixed technology that matured throughout its history of more than 15 years. The six-layer combined raw material – which was handled through the M series and SIM’s time frame – is recycled on the SIM2, SIM2 Max, and SIM2 Max D. The nine-layers of sophisticated carbon extend the entire sole while simultaneously outlining the Inertia Generator, which specifically makes accelerated club head speeds by the way of precise geometry and aerodynamic analysis. On the other side of the face, inner CNC milling alters face depth and spot performance where golfers demand it. Its outcome is a sweet spot that catches better ball striking where players are expected to slap it on the face.
The SIM2 Max and SIM2 Max D are priced at $530 USD and will be available in 9°, 10.5°, and 12° lofts. Visit TaylorMade Golf’s official site for more information.
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