TaylorMade Golf Reinvents the 300 Series Mini Driver From the 2000s

The 300cc family remains to be a cult classic.

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TaylorMade reveals the new reinterpreted 300 Mini Driver with design aesthetics that will remind you of its original iteration in the 2000s.

The TaylorMade 300 Series brings a combination of distance, forgiveness, and control, dependent on its state-of-the-art multi-material fabrication to provide the combination of low-CG performance and high MOI forgiveness. This driver design offers optimal performance off the tee and is also playable “off-the-deck.” TaylorMade’s proprietary Twist Face technology consists of a reinvented V-Steel soleplate that adds to the low CG properties and helps boost turf interaction. Originally, the 300 Series were the first clubs to showcase the present TaylorMade logo and helped launch the company into the 21st century.

The TaylorMade 300 Series Mini Drivers are priced at $400 USD and available in lofts of 11.5° and 13.5°. They will be available at select retail stores and TaylorMade Golf’s official site starting July 15.

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