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ClubTest 2021: TaylorMade SIM2 fairway woods

TaylorMade SIM2 fairway wood

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For ClubTest 2021, we tested and reviewed 19 new fairway woods to help you find the right one for your game. (For more on our testing process, click here.) Below are the results for the TaylorMade SIM2 fairway wood. You can find the full list of fairway woods and test results here.

TaylorMade SIM2

SIM2 Titanium: 14˚, 15˚, 19˚; SIM2 Max, SIM2 Max D: 15˚, 16.5˚, 18˚, 21˚, 24˚

Our take: “I love the high launch.” With that simple statement, one of our testers summed up exactly what TaylorMade was striving for with its SIM2 fairways. While the overall look is comparable to the original SIM heads, our GOLF testers repeatedly commented on the higher trajectories they were seeing. “Even my mishits are towering — the ball just flies,” another tester said. “It feels lively and easy to hit off the ground.”

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TaylorMade SIM2 Fairway Wood

$399
OUR TAKE: “I love the high launch.” With that simple statement, one of our testers summed up exactly what TaylorMade was striving for with its new SIM2 fairways. While the overall look of the SIM2 fairways is comparable to the original SIM heads, our GOLF testers repeatedly commented on the higher trajectories they were seeing. “Even my mishits are towering, the ball just flies,” another tester said. “It feels lively and easy to hit off the ground.” THE DETAILS: It’s no accident our testers saw noticeable height increases with the SIM2 fairway woods. That was by design. While continuing to evolve its versatile V-Steel soles of last year, TaylorMade has redesigned the SIM2 heads to move weight lower to the ground for higher launch and more forgiveness. TaylorMade’s smaller and more workable SIM2 Titanium heads utilize 80-gram sole plates and a ZATECH Titanium Faces, whereas the SIM2 Max fairways are designed with C300 steel faces and have bigger heads for increased accuracy and distance. Check out 150+ reviews from our gear experts in the ClubTest 2021 collection.
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The details: It’s no accident our testers saw noticeable height increases with the SIM2 fairways. That was by design. While continuing to evolve its versatile V-steel soles of last year, TaylorMade has redesigned the SIM2 heads to move weight lower to the ground for higher launch and more forgiveness. TaylorMade’s smaller and more workable SIM2 Titanium heads utilize 80-gram sole plates and ZATECH titanium faces, whereas the SIM2 Max fairways are designed with C300-steel faces and have bigger heads for increased accuracy and distance. 

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