Can’t get the ball in play off the tee when you really need to? Is your driver mis-behaving? Does your 3-wood refuse to give you the accuracy you crave? Then you need to sign up for our once-in-a-lifetime reader day in conjunction with TaylorMade, where you’ll be custom-fitted for a brand new SLDR Mini!
This special event is taking place at TaylorMade’s new custom-fit suite at the Belfry, West Midlands, on May 14th. You’ll be asked to hit your current driver and 3-wood on a launch monitor and then see how the SLDR Mini compares. Each lucky reader selected to take part will get to keep their SLDR Mini and also appear in an upcoming issue of Today’s Golfer magazine.
The SLDR Mini is 260cc and sits roughly half way between a 3-wood (160cc) and a driver (460cc). It boasts TaylorMade’s Speed Pocket technology, which promotes faster ball speeds and less spin. A shorter shaft than a driver aids control. Find out more here.
We’ve got 10 places to give away and you must be free to attend at any time during the day. To enter, email Equipment Editor Joel Tadman at firstname.lastname@example.org with the following details. Entries close at midday on Tuesday, May 6th. Good luck!
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