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TaylorMade SIM MAX in New Condition - Regular Flex - Fujikura Ventus Blue 6 Graphite Shaft WedgeTaylorMade SIM MAX Wedge

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Features & Specs

New Condition Men's TaylorMade SIM MAX

Regular Flex, Standard Length, 7.5° Bounce, Standard Lie Angle

Graphite Fujikura Ventus Blue 6 Shaft

Description

The SIM MAX irons by TaylorMade contain revolutionary Speed Bridge™ technology that strategically supports the topline of the iron to unlock explosive distance and forgiveness with improved sound and feel. Also features an ECHO® Damping System that is designed with energy channeling geometry to quickly eliminate harsh vibrations at impact delivering better feel without sacrificing face flexibility.

Features

  • Speed Bridge™ - Strategically supports the topline of the iron to unlock explosive distance and forgiveness with improved sound and feel.
  • ECHO® Damping System - Energy channeling geometry to quickly eliminate harsh vibrations at impact delivering forged-like feel without sacrificing face flexibility.
  • Speed Pocket™ - Engineered to maximize face flexibility for increased ball speed and forgiveness on low face strikes.
  • Ultra-Thin Face - 1.5mm face design with a Progressive Inverted Cone Technology that delivers extreme ball speed across the face with an enhanced sweet spot designed to promote a straighter ball flight.
  • Forgiving Shape Design - Delivers an unmatched combination of distance, forgiveness, and playability. Contains a large face area to increase stability and wide sole geometry for forgiving turf interaction.

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please confirm if bounce angle is zero, is it correct? thanks!

Yinan Z.     3 months ago     0 of 0 found this useful

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