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TaylorMade SIM2 Max Driver · Right handed · Stiff · 9°

TaylorMade SIM2 Max Driver · Right handed · Stiff · 9°

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Dominant hand
Left handed
Right handed
Flex type
Extra stiff
Loft degrees
Shaft Material
Shaft name
Mitsubishi Kuro Kage Silver 60
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The TaylorMade SIM2 Max Driver is designed for the low to mid-handicap player seeking a reliably stable driver with key technologies aimed to maintain faster ball speeds for on center and off-center strikes. Targeting lower, heel and toe misses while shaped for speed, the Sim2 Max maximizes launch over more of the club face to get deep into any fairway.

Key Features:

  • Forged Ring Construction – A forged ring unites the full carbon crown, milled back cup face and massive rear weight for increased stability and enhanced forgiveness.

  • SIM Inertia Generator – Built with advanced geometry and a lightweight carbon sole redistributes mass for a deeper center of gravity.

  • Speed Injected Twist Face – Calibrating each head to the threshold of legal speed limits along with corrective face curvatures ramps up ball speeds and protects against heel and toe misses.

  • Thru-Slot Speed Pocket – Designed to maximize ball speeds especially on low mishits, a flexible thru-slot Speed Pocket is built into sole of the club.

  • Split Mass Weighting – Engineered with 16-grams of steel in the sole of the club at the rear delivers enhanced control of ball spin and allows for precise swing weights for a customized ball flight.

Dominant hand
Right handed
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Shaft Material
Shaft name
Mitsubishi Kuro Kage Silver 60
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Expert product review
Golf Expert Tom A
Review by Curated Expert Tom A
The TaylorMade SIM2 Max Driver has given me more confidence than I have ever had before. I have owned the last five drivers that TaylorMade has launched and this is by far the best TaylorMade driver I have played. I have been looking for a consistent driver - and the SIm2 Max has really delivered. I am able to hit shots like draws and fades whereas before, it was more of a hope the club would deliver when needed.
Piping a drive at pinehurst.
Back of club set up.
sim2 max face with wear.
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Can you share a story of a happy purchaser whom you recommended this product to?
The recommended the TaylorMade SIM2 Max Driver to a customer who wanted longer distance and more forgiveness. He purchased the driver and after playing just one round, he knew it was the right club. He came back to me and told me how incredibly far his drives went. He said it felt like he was cheating out there. It's not cheating - the club is just that good.
Golf Expert Joe MallockGolf Expert Vincent P.Golf Expert Scott Bryant
by Joe Mallock on November 7, 2022 · view 2 other answers
What's the difference between SIM2 and SIM2 Max driver?
The Taylormade Sim2 and Sim2 max drivers are amazing for players of all skill levels. The Sim 2 is the smaller head version with a lower ball flight and less spin designed for pure distance and good ball strikers. Meanwhile, the Sim2 max is a slightly larger head with perimeter weighting to add increased forgiveness and ball flight to be the most accurate.
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by Andrew Abbott on July 29, 2022 · view 2 other answers
TaylorMade SIM2 Max Driver · Right handed · Stiff · 9°
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Jackson Newsum
Jackson Newsum
Verified golf expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

Taylormade has always produced extremely low spinning and high ball speed drivers, as they usually outperform the market in relation to the other competitors distance numbers. The SIM and SIM2 were revolutionary clubs, as they stretched the weighting system to its limits with their 16g steel weight in the very back to encourage maximum forgiveness and their TPS Front Weight to encourage minimal spin. The Forged Ring Construction (the blue lightweight and high strength aluminum cage), the Injected Twist Face (designed to minimize the slice or hook of off center hits), the SIM Inertia Generator (the part sticking out of the bottom designed for lower center of gravity), and the Thru-Slot Speed Pocket (a more flexible sole designed for increased ball speed and higher forgiveness on low face hits) all add up to one of the most dangerously fast and accurate drivers on the market!

Marco Karnadi
Marco Karnadi
Verified golf expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

Lightweight aluminum construction allows for the club's center of gravity to be low and deep in the clubface, meaning that the clubs inherent characteristics are such that it produces a high launch and low spin. Speed Injected Twist Face is TaylorMade's technology that maximizes performance across the face, and preventing loss of ball speed for off center shots; this is supplemented by the speed pocket which is a TPU insert right behind the face which flexes and springs at impact allowing for more consistent ball speeds anywhere the ball is hit on the face.

The aesthetics of the SIM2 are unmistakably classic TaylorMade; the carbon look that is accented by white and blue produce a super clean look that is, in my opinion, the best looking driver on the market today. The SIM2 definitely has the biggest 'show-off' potential with how good it looks in the bag and at address.

Tim Tomlinson
Tim Tomlinson
Verified golf expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

More tungsten weighting placed low and deep in the driver head gives you higher launch and more forgiveness. The TPS front weight is strategically located on the sole to give you optimal launch and spin. Aero-shaped head and lightweight sole gives you faster swing speeds. Keeps the speed foam injection from the Sim, but the port is on the toe of the club, and not the face.

Mason Horner
Mason Horner
Verified golf expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

The sound of impact from the Sim2 is a nice, lower pitched sound. Almost matted. You will love hitting it for the added distance but also the sound of a middled drive. You won't feel like you hit the ball with this club.

Will Miller
Will Miller
Verified golf expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

If you want distance with confidence, this is the club for you TaylorMade is known for their impressive technology within clubs and this driver is arguably one of the most advanced on the market. Has most weight centered on the bottom which will help to get get the ball up in the air for more consistent and long drives.