TaylorMade SIM Woods Review

TaylorMade release new woods as part of the SIM range

TaylorMade Sim Woods

TaylorMade SIM Woods are part of the new range of designs released in early 2020 as the manufacturer seek to extract even more performance.

The Shape In Motion range – which features the SIM, Max and Max D woods options – will replace the TaylorMade M5 and M6 design as the flagship fairways available.

Also featuring the SIM driver and SIM hybrids, TaylorMade have entered new design grounds in the search to extract even more speed and distance without compromising on forgiveness.

TaylorMade SIM Woods Design

TaylorMade SIM Woods

The TaylorMade SIM fairway woods come in three design options, and there is some significant changes from previous models.

The SIM, SIM Max and SIM Max D has an 80g sole weight included to lower the CG more than ever before in TaylorMade woods.

As a result, the SIMs come with the promise of providing increased ball speed, a higher launch and better forgiveness even on off-centre strikes.

The face is a new Zatech titanium composition with the design to opt for the strong metal differing from previous ranges of woods.

There is also a V Steel sole to help raise the heel and toe from the ground and ensure the woods produced maximum performance from both the fairway and in thicker lies.

The Max option has been created at 185cc – 5cc more than the SIM design – while the Max D is a 190cc option for those looking for more confidence over the ball.

SIM Woods Verdict

The new woods are impressive with added features improving the performance of the SIMs on their predecessor the M5 and M6 fairway woods.

The V Steel sole design allows golfers to generate maximum speed in all conditions and lies, and as a result gain distances like never before with woods.

The three design options give golfers of all abilities the choice to purchase woods that suit their game with club head size varieties allowing for personalisation as does the adjustable hosels.

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