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TaylorMade Golf Drivers News Reviews and Buyers Guide
The Golf Shop Online Offers the latest TaylorMade Drivers. Full custom options are available and our friendly, supportive PGA trained sales team are on hand to help you make a more informed decision about your purchase. When it comes to buying a TaylorMade Driver, you can be assured that you are buying one of the best in the business!
The TaylorMade Driver get’s everyone excited when they release a new product. Considered one of the best manufactures in the business to produce some of the longest, straightest and most forgiving drivers on tour. TaylorMade know a thing or two about getting you off the tee. Since the launch of the “M” Family The TaylorMade M5 and M6 Driver was one of the most played drivers on the PGA and European Tour with some of the longest driving statistics to back it up.
Now that family has finished a new one begins, fueled by a history of innovation and breakthrough technologies, the next generation of metalwoods from TaylorMade Golf again pushes the boundaries of design and performance with the all new SIM Family.
TaylorMade Re-Shaped the Driver, so you can Re-Shape your game!
TaylorMade SIM Driver - SHAPE IN MOTION
The most adjustable Driver from the SIM family and a a revolutionary new shape the SIM Driver has been created with an aerodynamic asymmetric sole and inertia generator. The new shape is designed to provide faster club head speed and distance, while the rear weight creates high MOI for improved forgiveness! Learn More
TaylorMade SIM MAX Driver
The SIM MAX Driver has made forgiveness go AERO with a brand new Asymmetric Sole & Inertia Generator Design. An adjustable loft sleeve gives you full scope to dial in your game for the perfect flight and trajectory. Learn More
TaylorMade SIM MAX D Driver
DRAW TECHNOLOGY IN 3 STAGES
Just like the SIM MAX Driver but with a Draw Bias design, the SIM MAX D Driver is designed to provide up to 20 yards of Draw Bias through 3 Stages. 1) The manipulation of divergent face/topline masking 2) CG Movement towards the heel and 3) Slightly reduced face progression. Learn More