TaylorMade SIM 2 Driver

The TaylorMade SIM 2 driver is the second edition of the model and was released in 2021.

TaylorMade SIM 2 Drivers

The TaylorMade SIM 2 driver is the second edition of the model and was released in 2021.

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Buy TaylorMade SIM 2 driver: the second edition of the model and first released in 2021.

The new release features the SIM, Max and Max D driver models. There is also the SIM 2 Max Women’s Driver and a SIM Max D version.

The TaylorMade SIM 2 includes Twist Face Technology in a driver head designed for Shape In Motion (SIM).

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First we reshaped the driver, then we reconstructed it. Completely rebuilding the driver from the ground up to give you both forgiveness and distance. Go ahead, the tee box is yours. Swing away.

Forged Ring Construction is the key to unlocking a new dimension of distance and optimal forgiveness with SIM2. Crafted from a lightweight and high strength aluminum that’s precision milled, it unites the critical components of the driver head into a singular force. Forming a driver built for forgiveness and power, designed to give you the confidence to take on any tee shot.

Building on the breakthrough performance of Shape In Motion, SIM2 features an all-new Inertia Generator formed by its 9-layer carbon sole. The lightweight panel is strategically angled to improve aerodynamics at the most critical phase of the swing for faster clubhead speeds.

We journeyed beyond tradition to bring you power, speed and forgiveness in a low spin driver. The reconstructed SIM2 delivers high MOI with a heavy 16g steel weight positioned on the Inertia Generator. The TPS Front Weight is strategically located to encourage optimal launch with low spin properties.

The milled back face cup works in unison with a new toe-side Speed Injection Port to push ball speeds to the threshold of the maximum legal limit. The iconic Speed Pocket protects performance on shots struck low on the face, while Twist Face continues to help golfers find more fairways.

 

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