SIM2 Max (5-S) Graphite Irons

TaylorMade SIM2 Max (5-S) Graphite Irons

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Estimated delivery date of this product is 15 February 18, 2023

PRODUCT SUMMARY

  • Irons available - 5,6,7,8,9,PW,SW
  • Cap Back™ Design 
  • New ECHO® Damping System 
  • Thru-Slot Speed Pocket™ 
  • Low Center of Gravity 
  • Fast Forgiving Face with Progressive ICT 

 

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Description

Cap Back™ Design 
Cap Back Design utilizes a revolutionary multi-material construction to support the entire topline from heel to toe. Crafted from a lightweight polymer, it provides stability within the topline and upper perimeter of the face to deliver improved sound and feel while working in conjunction with a reflexive Thru-Slot Speed Pocket™ in a design made to maximize face flexibility, ball speed and distance.

New ECHO® Damping System 
The introduction of Cap Back Design created a full hollow body construction, making way for the new ECHO® Damping System. The fully encapsulated system uses a softer polymer blend and multiple contact points across the face to channel away harsh vibrations creating forged-like feel.

Fast Forgiving Face with Progressive ICT 
The all-new SIM2 Max irons use a fast and forgiving face to give golfers more performance exactly where they need it. An expanded sweet spot has now been intelligently positioned to capture more shots across the club face. Designed to approach the threshold of the legal limit, the new face design is fast, flexible and supremely forgiving. Each face has been uniquely designed to position Inverted Cone Technology (ICT) for optimal forgiveness and minimize the common right miss.

Thru-Slot Speed Pocket™ 
This patented and proven TaylorMade technology is engineered to maximize face flexibility for increased ball speed and forgiveness on mis-hits low on the face.

Low Center of Gravity 
An array of technologies, such as a fluted hosel, 360° undercut and an ultra-thin face, work in unison to deliver an ultra-low CG engin

FAQs

Attribute Based FAQs
How Often Should I Change My Golf Irons?
It might be hard to give a speedy answer considering how many years have passed since the beginning. There are many variables. You can also ask how many rounds you can expect from a set. The level and the frequency of your games will determine the replacement period. For low-handicappers and regular players, it's a better idea to upgrade your set of irons every 300 rounds, or about 4 to 5 years. This will keep the clubs in good condition and prevent them from wearing out where you hit the ball. Even casual golfers who aren't that competitive can keep their clubs for up to 8 years. 10 years is a good limit before technology takes over.
How do I choose the right irons?
Buying the right set of irons is the biggest investment for any golfer, whether he is a beginner or an expert, so choose wisely. You need to find a club that you feel comfortable with and that allows you to perform consistently with them. A good fitter will help you determine the proper shaft stiffness, loft, and lie through analysis. All it takes to find the proper balance and swing weight is to practice with several combinations until you feel comfortable. To select the ideal set for you, combine all these factors.
What is the difference between blades, cavity back, & muscle back irons?
The blade golf iron is a classical club with a thin top-down look, a smaller sweet spot, and an impressive feel that is primarily used by skilled golfers. Or cavity back irons, which are larger than blades and have a hollow section at the club's bottom. Cavity backs have a larger sweet spot, are more forgiving, and produce more distance. A muscle back iron has a more traditional appearance and is also known as a forged club. The club's head is quite narrow, but the base is thicker, which increases forgiveness and allows the ball to fly higher. Low handicap golfers are more likely to use these irons.
What's the difference between forged and cast golf irons
Forged irons provide a good hitting feel, which is one of their characteristics. Because the head is made of soft iron, the ball sticks to the face during impact, extending the impact time and enhancing mobility, and cast irons are known for their long flight distance and great straightness. Casting has a greater flight distance than soft iron forging because it is constructed of hard materials like stainless steel and stainless alloys and has a high coefficient of restitution.
What are game improvement irons?
Game improvement irons typically have a cavity-back design and a larger clubhead with a larger sweet spot. They are made to make a golfer's swing longer, straighter, and higher. Taylormade M4 Steel Irons, Cobra King Forged Tec X Steel Irons, and Callaway Rogue ST Pro Graphite Irons are among our best game improvement irons.
What are one length golf irons?
Each golf club is the same length, as the name suggests. This indicates that each club has the same shaft length if you have a 4-iron through a pitching wedge (these are commonly referred to as one-length irons as well). As I have mentioned, this is totally different to the vast majority of common iron sets utilized in the golf industry. Typically, a pitching wedge is shorter in length than a 4-iron or mid-iron. However, the length of each of these sets is the same.
How do steel and graphite shafts differ from each other in irons?
The construction and functionality of the shaft have a significant impact on the golf swing. The average weight difference between shafts made of steel and graphite is around 50g. Assuming that steel shafts weigh around 110g on average, graphite shafts weigh around 50g , which is lighter than steel shafts. The difference between steel shafts and graphite shafts is the material. Steel shafts are heavy because they; are made of steel, graphite shafts are light due to the fact that they; are made of carbon fibers; and the specific gravities of steel and carbon are totally different.
Should I get fitted before buying new irons?
Yes, being in shape is beneficial before buying new clubs. You have no idea what to do if you mention fitting a golf club. Fitting refers to finding golf clubs that match your ability and strength. You can find the ideal golf club for everyone because you can see the type of swing you are currently doing. The ball will fly farther and straighter, swing more steadily, and other factors when the golf club is right for you.

Additional Information

Returnable No
Replacement Period No
Warranty Limited 1 Year Manufacturer's Warranty Against Manufacturing Defects (Club Heads Only)
Brand Taylormade
Shaft Graphite Shaft