TaylorMade Drivers Overview
TaylorMade drivers have long ranked as the most-played on golf’s professional tours. Of course, where the pros go, amateurs often follow – and there’s no denying TaylorMade’s popularity among everyday golfers.
The company’s always-stacked roster of tour players remains impressive. Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy, Jon Rahm and Dustin Johnson are just a handful of the big names wielding TaylorMade drivers. While they play the latest and great gear, used TaylorMade drivers like the RBZ and Burner models continue to attract buyers.
Never content to rest on its laurels, the company that originally introduced metal woods continues to push the technological envelope. Recent innovations include TaylorMade’s Twist Face, Flight Control and Moveable Weight technologies.
You’ll find a wide range of both new and used TaylorMade drivers at GlobalGolf. Here’s a look at the current lineup.
Shape In Motion – SIM for short – is TaylorMade’s newest offering. Engineers sought to increase clubhead speed, and achieved it with an Aerodynamic Asymmetric Sole and Inertia Generator, which also reduces drag while boosting MOI (Moment of Inertia). All SIM drivers feature a Speed Injected Twist Face, along with adjustable loft, lie and face angle. The lineup includes TaylorMade SIM, SIM Max and SIM Max D drivers, for men and women, with the main differences being clubface size and launch angles.
M5 and M6, 2019
TaylorMade’s popular “M” series culminated with the M5 and M6 model drivers. The Speed Injection process was introduced here; each M5 and M6 clubhead has been individually tested for ball speed, with resin injected where needed to maximize COR (Coefficient of Restitution) across the full clubface. Twist Face technology, which first appeared in TaylorMade’s M3 and M4 drivers, remained a key feature in men’s and women’s M5 and M6 versions.
M3 and M4, 2018
After studying reams of data on “bulge and roll” – or face curvature – TaylorMade’s team decided on a new approach. They made subtle changes to the shape of the clubface’s heel, toe, top and bottom sections, then called the new technology Twist Face. The company touts better, more consistently accurate results on miss-hits in the M3 and M4 drivers versus previous models.
M1 and M2, 2017
Marked by a new adjustable weighting system, plus extra carbon in the crown for higher MOI, TaylorMade’s M1 and M2 drivers ushered in a new era. These clubs also feature “Geocoustic” technology, which enhances the sound and feel of contact, as well as an improved Speed Pocket for greater ball speed.
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