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TaylorMade SLDR Driver 9.5° Used Golf Club Left Hand

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TaylorMade Fujikura Speeder 57 Graphite Shaft Only
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TaylorMade SLDR Driver + TaylorMade 2013 Universal Torque Tool+TaylorMade SLDR/JetSpeed Driver Headcover
Bundle Total:$97.49
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Left Hand
Player Type
Includes Headcover
Shaft Material
TaylorMade Fujikura Speeder 57
Lie Angle
Standard Lie
Tool Included
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The TaylorMade SLDR Driver has the innovative SLDR sliding weight technology coupled with a modern-classic, charcoal-gray crown head design. The easy and intuitive SLDR sliding weight allows for 21 different weight positions and promotes up to 30 yards of shot shape adjustment. The strategically placed Low-forward CG position in the SLDR head promotes a faster ball speed, high launch and low spin for extraordinary distance. This driver also features a 12-position loft-sleeve to add or subtract 1.5° to each of the available standard lofts and a silver button-back located on the trail edge of the crown which works with the subtle crown markings for stress-free clubface alignment. The easy adjusting SLDR driver has a 460cc head and can be tuned to fit tour pros and amateurs alike.

Condition Description

Clubs in Value Condition have been played frequently. All clubs in Value Condition are in 100% playable condition, as all of the markings will be purely cosmetic blemishes, and in no way will affect performance. This is the perfect option for the player looking for more bang for the buck. Among the wear that you may see on clubs in Value Condition: Moderate face and sole wear; sky-marks, paint chips, paint blemishes, and scratches on the crown; dings and nicks on the crown and/or around the edges of the head; shaft wear.

This product may be an ARP or DEMO club.

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What's the difference between stiff and regular?
asked by Adam P. on 11/6/2015
Stiff and regular refer to the flex of the shaft. A regular flex would typically suit players with swing speeds between 82-93 mph and an average distance between 210-240. A stiff shaft would work best for golfers with swing speeds between 93-105 mph and an average distance of 240-280.
Christopher Wadwick, PGA Professional
answered on 11/6/2015
What is the difference between the 2 shafts?
asked by Lyle D. on 11/27/2015
There is a Speeder 57 shaft that is lighter in weight and will promote a slightly higher ball flight. The Speeder 65 will be about 8-10 grams heavier (depending on flex) and have a slightly higher balance point for a slightly lower ball flight and less spin.
Christopher Wadwick, PGA Professional
answered on 11/28/2015
Will I need a Torque Tool to make adjustments to this club?
asked by Barry B. on 1/19/2016
Yes, the torque wrench is needed in order to adjust the loft of the club and to move the sliding weight on the sole of the club.
Rudi Fann, PGA Professional
answered on 1/19/2016
Can I adjust the degree to 10.5?
asked by John B. on 4/21/2016
The SLDR Driver can be adjusted 1.5 degrees in each direction that the driver is listed as having. For example, if the driver is listed at 10.5 degrees, the driver can be adjusted down to a 9 degree in half degree increments, or up to a 12 degree in half degree increments.
Emmett Brantly, PGA Professional
answered on 4/22/2016
a 14 degree driver can only go between 12,5 to 15.5 max .right ?
asked by Santosh K. on 7/12/2016
Yes, the SLDR driver can be adjusted 1.5 degrees in each direction from the loft stated on the head.
Emmett Brantly, PGA Professional
answered on 7/13/2016
Is the grip new?
asked by John K. on 11/17/2016
Used clubs will not have a new grip on them but the grip is guaranteed to be in a playable condition.
Rudi Fann, PGA Professional
answered on 11/17/2016
what does the S in SLDR S mean as opposed to simply an SLDR designation
asked by Morley C. on 4/16/2017
The S refers to the fact that the model features a bonded hosel and does not have the ability to make loft and lie adjustments. The loft and lie are fixed. The standard model shown here features the TaylorMade Loft sleeve allowing for adjustments to loft and lie via the hosel.
Rudi Fann, PGA Professional
answered on 4/17/2017
Is this black or white
asked by Mike B. on 6/6/2017
The crown of this club is black.
Rudi Fann, PGA Professional
answered on 6/6/2017

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Wow distance
By John (Australia) on 1/4/2014
2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.
Handicap: 11-15  Plays Golf: I play more than once a week  Dexterity: Right Hand

I could not decide whether to try the R1 or the SLDR but chose the latter and was I surprised. I normally use a 9.5 driver but this demo club was 10.5 and the elevation and distance were incredible. It is also so easy to use that it builds confidence straight from the bag. Taylor Made you've done it again.

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Bad Value
By Max on 11/16/2015
1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.
Plays Golf: I play monthly  Dexterity: Right Hand

I ordered a club in value condition. I see a lot of reviewers talking about how impressed they are with the "value" clubs, I was not very impressed. The club looked OK at best, certainly had been used quite a bit. Took the club to the range a couple of times, the performance was decent and I admit it had a nicer sound than my previous club. Unfortunately the adjustable hosel cracked the second round I played with it. I won't be trying to save money on a "value" driver from this site again.

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By Den R on 10/18/2015
1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.
Handicap: 16-20  Plays Golf: I play more than once a week  Dexterity: Right Hand

High straight and long.

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By Snacks on 9/12/2015
1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.
Handicap: 11-15  Plays Golf: I play weekly  

This club is l o n g when hit on the sweet spot, longer than my R1 but not quite as forgiving on the mishits.

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By DOUG F on 9/6/2015
1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.
Handicap: 6-10  Plays Golf: I play more than once a week  Dexterity: Right Hand

The club arrived in 2 days in very good condition. I normally play the Stage 2, and I could not hit the SLDR
nearly as far or as high as the Stage 2. I adjusted the loft from
9.5 to 12 degrees without any significant improvement in distance or height. I've seen people kill this club, so you have to try it for yourself.

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Breakthrough Movable Weight Technology
Breakthrough Movable Weight Technology

TaylorMade SLDR Driver

The TaylorMade SLDR driver is a successful blend of art and science, culminating in a driver for everyone with a sleek and clean appearance. TaylorMade's research and design technicians spent many hours reinventing their industry standard of Moveable Weight Technology with the creation of the SLDR driver. They have found ways to become more efficient at energy transfer, and have found a creative way to move the center of gravity. Let's reveal in deeper detail why this distance generating driver is turning heads.

Wild and innovative clubhead designs have become the norm with many golf manufacturers. TaylorMade is going in a different direction: back to its roots. They are taking a step back from the white color scheme of past drivers and introducing a dark grey color for the entire crown of the club. They have added silver graphics to the clubhead to help with alignment purposes. The appearance of the SLDR driver is one of a traditional club, with a rounder clubhead and dark graphics making it appear smaller.

TaylorMade has created a sliding track for a single twenty gram weight which can lock into twenty-one different positions. The middle notch on the track is painted in blue to indicate a neutral setting. The sliding weight is now easier than ever to adjust, sliding back and forth, from heel-to-toe. Modifying the weight from one extreme to the other can help fine tune your shot dispersion. The weight technology used in previous TaylorMade drivers consisted of one gram and ten gram weights. Those weights could be interchanged only with each other, which limited the fine tuning capability. The new revolutionary single weight shifts the center of gravity in the SLDR driver, placing it closer to the sole and face of the driver. This lower center of gravity creates a higher initial launch, and a forward center of gravity creates faster ball speeds. Combined higher launch and faster ball speeds help produce longer drives.

The Loft-Sleeve on the shaft is a fine tuning feature of the golf club, which enhances the launch angle. It can be altered into a variety of twelve different positions to effectively change the loft of the driver ± 1.5 degrees from the standard loft setting. The SLDR is available in 8, 9.5, 10.5, and 12 degrees of loft. The left hander has the option of 9.5 and 10.5 degrees of loft.

The shaft in the SLDR driver is the Fujikura Speeder Shaft. This shaft has a length of 45.5 inches and weighs 57 grams. It is available in medium, regular, and stiff flexes. There is a ladies' flex available that weighs 47 grams. For those seeking the TP version, the shaft is a Fujikura Motore Speeder shaft, with a length of 45.5 inches and weighing 65 grams. All colors and graphics of the shafts match that of the clubhead: grey, silver, and blue. These shafts work in concert with the clubhead in order to generate more speed and produce a great feel.

The enhancements of weight technology and the adjustment of the center of gravity brought to life in the TaylorMade SLDR driver will benefit all golfers. The design of this driver has blended the power and gracefulness that is necessary to breed confidence. Go ahead and take a look at the best performing driver TaylorMade has every created and see if you agree.