Review: TaylorMade SIM2 Irons
TaylorMade SIM2 Max irons are quite similar to the last year’s SIM Max, but these new irons come with a few notable changes to provide better launch and more forgiveness every time you hit the course.
SIM 2 Max is quite easy to hit, it launch easily and there's plenty of forgiveness so that it feels as if the club does the work for you, which to the type of golfers this iron is aimed at, is a tremendous thing.
It features a thinner and faster face which provides more flexion for hotter results and has been constructed as close as possible to the legal limit. The iron has an intelligently optimized sweet spot designed to provide golfers with a better performance where they need it the most.
The SIM2 Max is built to provide you incredible distance, it helps golfers to hit the ball further and be more accurate than ever before.
SIM2 Max OS
The SIM2 Max is the longest and most stable iron in the current TaylorMade family.
An oversized construction delivers stability at impact, along with a larger sweet spot and more forgiveness across the entire face. The iron features wide sole, stronger lofts, and a draw-biased design to counteract common mis-hits.
SIM2 Max OS irons feature an intelligently positioned sweet spot that spans the most common impact points, delivering explosive ball speeds and consistency in all the right places.
The SIM2 Max OS will give you everything a beginner or higher handicap golfer needs to get better quickly.
Which iron is right for me?
Both the models have a Cap Back Design and evolved ECHO Damping System to deliver high performance to the genre of game improvement irons.
Beyond added distance and speed, Cap Back Design helped produce a higher MOI with increased clubhead stability at impact to discourage twisting, which allows the golfer to enjoy solid strikes more often.
With a speed bridge, ultra-thin steel face, and thin slot speed pocket, the Max is the iron for those golfers searching for added forgiveness, while the Max OS (Over Size) is targeted for those players who want that extra support with ball speed.
The Final Words
Both the SIM2 Irons offer everything you would expect for a game improvement line with distance, forgiveness, and a very nice feel. They are a smart investment and will certainly help you hit straighter, further shots with your irons.