TaylorMade SIM2 Max OS Irons
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The TaylorMade Sim2 Max OS Irons are designed for higher handicap players who seek longer distance and more forgiving ball flight from impact strikes on a large area of the club face. The clubs have a forged-like feel and integrate multiple iron face technologies to ramp up ball speeds. They are powerfully lofted, forgiving irons with exceptional vibration dampening qualities.
Oversized Shaping – The irons are built with a wide sole, stronger lofts, and a draw bias to counteract common mishits and increase stability through impact.
High Launch – They are engineered with an optimized center of gravity placement for longer carry distances and proper decent angles for stopping power on the greens.
Cap Back Design with a Thru-Slot Speed Pocket – The intelligently-positioned hitting area spans many impact points for explosive ball speeds across the face.
ECHO Dampening System – A soft dampening system enclosed by the Cap Back Design, stretching from heel to toe, absorbs unwanted vibrations, which improves the feel and maximizes face flexibility for accelerated ball speeds.
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These irons are good for almost everything! TaylorMade has added a Thru-Slot Speed Pocket to increase ball speed and help with miss hits around the bottom grooves (thin shots). They also incorporate TaylorMade's Cap Back design which basically uses a combination of materials to support the entire back of the club to add stability and improve the sound and feel. Finally, each iron's face is uniquely designed using their Inverted Cone Technology (ICT) to deliver maximum ball speeds over a large area face and the straighter shots on off-center strikes. These irons are truly amazing and will help any golfer looking for greater distance with added forgiveness.
Engineered to help mid-high handicap golfers hit better shots more often. The new cap back design added to the very popular Sim model makes the Sim2 Max the longest and most forgiving irons in the TaylorMade family of irons. These have a multi-material construction which promotes better forgiveness distance and feel from the normal cavity back irons. The OS version of the Sim2 means the club head is oversized making the sweet spot bigger, has a wider sole to make turf interaction smoother, and the lofts are stronger and have a draw bias to prevent slicing.
These irons are good for almost everything! Taylormade strengthened the lofts, added a Thru-Slot Speed Pocket to increase ball speed and help with miss hits around the bottom grooves. These also incorporate Taylormade's Cap Back design which basically uses a combination of materials to support the entire back of the club to add stability and improve the sound and feel of the club. They also have a unique face design in each iron to pair with their ICT for amazing forgiveness and to help with the most common miss hit in golf...the dreaded slice.
The new Cap Back design on these irons help produce power and stability through impact, making for more consistent, repeatable irons shots with tons of forgiveness. The faces on these irons are oversized allowing for more stability through the face. The Thru-Slot Speed Pocket design spans the most commonly hit areas of the face, meaning you'll get repeatable flights from different spots on the face of these irons. Their low center of gravity also helps get more height on iron shots.
Players looking for a club that increases the enjoyment of the game. These clubs are playable by every skill level. These irons are easy to get the ball airborne. The oversized face makes it easy to square the club at address, and the graphite shafts will allow for a lighter shaft that will increase the speed of the clubhead through impact. Distance will be much more frequent and off-center hits will still fly long and straight.