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Used TaylorMade SIM Driver - 9° Loft - Regular FlexTaylorMade SIM Driver

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Features & Specs

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Men's TaylorMade SIM

9° Loft, Regular Flex, Standard Length, Standard Lie Angle

Graphite Shaft

Description

The SIM drivers by TaylorMade contain a revolutionary new shape with an Aerodynamic Asymmetric sole and Inertia Generator. This will provide faster clubhead speed for more ball speeds and distance while the rear weight creates high MOI for improved forgiveness. Also features a Twist Face™ design that uses corrective face angles crafted to overcome inherent golfer tendencies on mis-hits and to produce straighter shots.

Features

  • Revolutionary New Shape with Aerodynamic Asymmetric Sole and Inertia Generator - Provides faster clubhead speeds for more ball speed and distance. Rear weight will creates high MOI for improved forgiveness.
  • Speed Injected™ technology for intelligently optimized C.O.R. where golfers typically hit it - Improves ball speed across the face by calibrating each head to the threshold of the legal speed limit.
  • Twist Face™ - Utilizes corrective face angles to overcome inherent golfer tendencies on mis-hits and produces straighter shots.
  • Sliding Weight Technology and Loft Sleeve™ - Contains adjustability and personalization to optimize the club for each golfer’s trajectory, face angle and flight bias preferences, up to +/-2° loft change and up to +/-20 yards of draw-fade bias.
  • Multi-Material Construction with Carbon, Titanium and Steel - Weight is positioned precisely in the head for ultra-low CG and high MOI.

Reviews

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Well worth it

Review by Riley C, 1 year ago.

“Wow, what a surprise! Wasn’t entirely sure what to expect buying a certified preowned club,definantly don’t regret it. Club came in pristine condition, doesn’t even look like it’s been hit and at a discounted price, what a deal! Haven’t hit the club yet,first time buyer from this site but would definantly reccomend global golf! ”

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Great driver

Review by Toby P., 1 year ago.

“Simcity 3000”

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Mens TaylorMade SIM Driver

Review by Peter C., 1 year ago.

“Excellent product, quick delivery. Highly recommend.”

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sim

Review by James G., 1 year ago.

“club is perfect, havent had a chance to hit yet!”

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Since I'm in Canada, I need to knoe...Are those prices in US $$$ or Cdn $$$

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Prices are in US dollars unless you manually change the currency.

Rudi Fann     1 year ago     0 of 0 found this useful

I bought a Sim driver from you a couple months ago with the Mitsubishi diamana shaft it is marked that it is a mid trajectory shaft . I have it set at the highest degree of loft and I struggle to get a higher ball flight are all the Sims with this shaft mid trajectory.

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I would suggest checking the flex of the shaft. Often if the ball is not flying high enough, it is more likely to be the shaft is too stiff as opposed to the launch profile of the shaft.

Rudi Fann     1 year ago     0 of 0 found this useful