TaylorMade Golf Club Reviews
TGW Goes “Inside The Ropes” With TaylorMade
At TGW, we believe it’s part of our duty to help you make great choices when it comes to the golf clubs you purchase. So we headed to Carlsbad, California on March 9 for a VIP Tour of TaylorMade’s headquarters. We brought along four customers to spend the afternoon swinging the newest clubs at the renowned Kingdom fitting and performance center. Not only did we get excellent feedback about the new products from our customers, feedback that you’ll have video access to, we also received valuable insight into the inspiration for the 2016 products from the engineers who designed the clubs, as well as their thoughts on who those clubs were designed for. The end result is that we’re more knowledgeable than ever about TaylorMade’s 2016 club options and ready to pass that knowledge onto you. Enjoy!
TaylorMade Golf Club Types
When it comes to drivers, TaylorMade has been the game’s most dominant force for decades. Innovations such as moveable weight technology have set the company apart and made TaylorMade the No. 1 driver on the PGA Tour for several years running. And with the introduction of its new and improved M family drivers, that standing is unlikely to change anytime soon.
With its release of M1 and M2 rescues and fairway woods, TaylorMade, which has been best known through the years for its drivers, is now an industry leader when it comes to fairways and rescues. And the reason is simple; these are clubs that are incredibly forgiving, but they also provide players of all ability levels with explosive distance and optimal trajectory.
When many golfers think of TaylorMade, they immediately think of drivers. But TaylorMade has long delivered quality irons as well. And as an iron company, it has proven to be especially versatile, having been equally adept at creating a beautiful set of forged blades or a super game-improvement iron that delivers the performance that higher-handicappers are seeking.
If you asked TaylorMade engineers to play word association with their wedges, precision would be a popular answer. After all, when TaylorMade designs a wedge, it does so using feedback from its impressive stable of touring professionals. Those players demand the ultimate in performance, which means you can also expect wedges that will help you hone your short game.
What TaylorMade does best when it comes to its putters is forgiveness, as goal No. 1 is to help players enjoy better distance and speed control on the greens even when their strike isn’t the best. And with a growing presence on Tour, including players like Dustin Johnson, Jason Day, and Sergio Garcia, TaylorMade’s player-friendly approach appears to be paying dividends.