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Why not begin the new decade by buying some new equipment! Moving on from their M-Series, TaylorMade‘s new SIM drivers (Shape in Motion) have landed! They have a striking asymmetric sole designed to improve aerodynamics and thus club head speed through the critical final phase of the swing. The centre of gravity is kept low by an Inertia Generator, a steel weight at the rear of the club. The SIM model has a movable weight track to dial in draw or fade, the larger faced SIM Max is built for more forgiveness, while the lighter SIM Max D is higher-launching.
TaylorMade has updated its iconic V Steel sole for the SIM, SIM Max and SIM Max D fairway woods. The SIM has a Zatech titanium face, the first time TaylorMade has used this ultra-strong material in a metalwood. The SIM Max and SIM Max D have C300 maraging steel faces and are slightly cheaper. The SIM Max is designed for higher launch; the SIM Max D for forgiveness.
Incorporating V Steel tech into a hybrid for the first time to deliver improved turf interaction and reduced friction, the new SIM Max Rescue has a reshaped leading edge for equipment which further improves playability and strike conditions.
The new King Speedzone driver promises to deliver even more speed and distance. Power comes from the new CNC Infinity Milled Face and a raised front and rear skirt helps maximise club head speed by reducing drag. The standard King Speedzone has front to back adjustable weights for launch and spin while the King Speedzone Xtreme provides increased forgiveness.
Cobra is also offering three new fairway wood designs. On all three, the sole rails have been split resulting in more flex and increased club head speed through impact. The standard SpeedZone is designed for higher launch; the SpeedZone Tour for a lower trajectory; and the SpeedZone Big Tour for high launch and low spin.
The Speedzone hybrids have a matte black crown and come in variable length and one length options. The faces are made from 455 stainless steel, and the overall shaping is made slightly larger than traditional hybrids for increased forgiveness.
Cobra’s new irons deliver extra distance thanks to a new carbon fibre topline and are designed with progressive head shapes, grooves and hosel lengths to optimise launch and spin throughout the set. They also feature extreme heel and toe weighting to lower the centre of gravity and increase MOI (twist resistance) and forgiveness.
This most advanced BB Series yet from the Bettinardi putter lineup. The series features four classic putter shapes: the BB1, Tour-inspired BB1-Flow, BB8-Wide, and BB45 mallet. All four have improved contours and a Glacier Black glare-resistant finish. Super-Fly Face Milling gives true consistency on the greens and a more responsive feel at impact. Tour grade components in the shaft and new Lamkin Sink Fit grips complement each putter.
The latest addition to the Phantom X range of putters. Like the 12, the 12.5 features swept-back wings milled from 303 stainless steel to produce a high-MOI mallet. Designed with a low bend shaft to meet the needs of players seeking a stable mallet with more toe flow, the 12.5 also adds a Tour validated single milled alignment line in gloss black. Available in right-hand and left-hand models.