The M1 breaks cover - brings PSi with it September 09 2015
Our friends at TaylorMade have just released their new and longest driver ever. Thats right longer than R15, which was longer than SLDR which beat R1. There's nothing I like more than new drivers and new distance claims.
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Visually this club reminds me of the Cobra Fly Z but has got the front weight track that I love on the R15. I reckon this club could be a winner in all aspects and we will tell you more when we trial it using our GC2 machine.
Even the standard club comes with three different shaft options. Thats an obscene level of customisation for an off the rack club and I can see a pretty healthy number of people struggling to decide which shaft suits them. By advice here is very simple - don't buy without seeing a proper fitter. £340 without knowing how this club can improve your game is just mental.
Almost without anyone noticing TaylorMade have also released a new set of irons that look, well stunning. They look to me to be there best iron offering for years. The new Psi iron have technology in a smaller club head to suit the better player and could be transformational. Lets wait and see which of the staff players with these into their bags for at least the longer irons. RSi never caught my attention and alongside the Callaway Apex didn't seem to resonate with the buying public. I reckon these irons could well make it into my bag for 2016.
Still this blog wouldn't be complete without mentioning the impact this has on last years technology. R15 is a great club. TaylorMade's best driver since R11 for me (opinion based purely on my golf) and will soon be available for sub £200. That's the real bargain. The only club that makes that seem expensive is the Adams XTD driver now at £122. There has never been a better time to buy an adjustable driver.