TaylorMade have launched SIM UDI and SIM DHY driving irons to replace the GAPR range.
TaylorMade have added to the hughely-successful SIM family with the UDI and DHY.
Almost two decades after changing the way golfers approach the long game with the introduction of the first Rescue (hybrid) golf club, the brand continues to explore solutions to fill gaps between the longest irons and woods from its Carlsbad HQ.
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While the SIM Max Rescue has been a massive hit in 2020, convincing Rory McIlroy to put his first ever hybrid in the bad, TaylorMade know there isn’t one long game option that fits every golfer.
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TaylorMade SIM UDI
TaylorMade have been creating UDIs (Ultimate Driving Irons) since 2014.
This new SIM model is slightly thinner both on the sole and top line with a little less hosel offset.
It is focused a little more on performing from the tee, so shots launch a bit lower, spin a little bit less and produce a flatter, more penetrating flight.
TaylorMade SIM DHY
The SIM DHY (Driving Hybrid) is a more forgiving long iron replacement. Even though the body’s wider, there’s still a clean look at address.
The hollow body has a forged face fast for great feel and there’s a new lightweight Speed Foam inside to maximise perimeter weighting and tune sound.
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TaylorMade say it’s great for hitting long irons higher and getting shots to land softly on the green from any lie.
SIM UDI and SIM DHY are available now, priced £229.