Sim Driving Iron

Sim Driving Iron

Best Driving Irons 2022

TaylorMade’s SIM UDI hybrid iron is made to be a versatile option at the top of the bag for skilled golfers. Similar to their P irons, this golf club will commonly be played by scratch golfers on up to about a 10 handicap. For golfers looking for control and versatility over a long iron or a hybrid, this is the driving iron for them.

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Best Driving Irons 2022

In either case, both are a giant stride away from the GAPR experiment. Sure, irons are sexy, wedges are cool and putters are fun but utility irons are kinda like kale. And depending on your game, you may find something that fills a, uh, gap. They performed but looks-wise they were, well, an acquired taste.

That, says Bystedt, came at the request of TaylorMade fitters and Tour staff. And — because it also has a bonded hosel — UDI has a cleaner transition from the back of the club to the hosel. Those are the same materials used in the SIM Max fairway woods and hybrids. We discussed it in our article on the SIM irons back in January. Weaker Lofts? Oh, yeah, the stock shafts are shorter, too. The new SIMs are switching it up to better match the shaft to the target player.

In either case, TaylorMade is telling us both irons are eminently playable. No Guesswork. All Major Brands. Matched To Your Swing. Advanced Golf Analytics matches the perfect clubs to your exact swing using connected data and machine learning. The Lamkin Crossline is the stock grip. The DHY will be available in four different lofts 17, 19, 22 and degrees. The Lamkin Crossline is still the stock grip but the UDI will be available in only two lofts: 18 and 20 degrees.

As mentioned, both models are loft and lie adjustable plus or minus two degrees. Both irons will be available at retail Sept. The company hopes the new SIMs will change that.

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