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The feature that sets this driver apart in my opinion is the Twist Face Technology that reduces slices and hooks on mishits across the face. No player, myself included, hits their driver in the dead center of the face on every swing and when you don't you don't just lose distance but accuracy as well. This driver helps counteract that with it's curved face design and it's very helpful whether you are a high-handicap player or a tour player. In addition, this driver is exceptionally long and forgiving, and provides an explosive yet solid feel at impact. If you are someone who likes to work the ball left and right, there will be better options for you however because this driver is designed to hit the ball repeatedly straight.
- Extremely long
- Extremely forgiving
- Helps reduce hooking and slicing
- Not ideal for players looking to work the ball with their driver
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.
- 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.
This product is the goldilocks driver of the SIM2 lineup. It fits 80 percent of players that need a long, forgiving driver to put them in play. The carbon construction really inspires confidence by the ball, and the chalk colored alignment lines really help you focus on the impact point. I have struggled with getting the ball in play off the tee in the past, but I feel really excited to hit this driver on a par 4 or par 5. The SIM2 Max is a fit for anyone, from a tour pro with a high swing speed or a 25 handicap that is just getting into the game. It's slightly draw biased, so it helps with anyone who loses the ball a little to the right (if you're right handed) It can also be adjusted to dial in the perfect face angle and spin!
- Powerful sound and feel from the carbon construction
- Forgiving all across the face, using tech to fight mishits
- Draw biased weight to help neutralize a slice
- The draw biased weight can make a hook worse
- Not the best head for high spin players
The Taylormade Sim2 Max Driver is an amazing driver for all players wanting to maximize forgiveness and distance. The Driver feels amazing to swing and has a great sound. Overall, this driver fits almost all players that want to keep the ball on the fairway and don't care as much about spin and shaping shots.
- Great for maximizing distances
- Mid to high launch, based off stock shafts.
- Good for reducing slicing.
- Not low spinning, so will shoot higher than most like.
- Not as workable as the Sim2 Driver.
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