Coming up with the SIM (Shape in Motion) line earlier this year, TaylorMade introduced more dynamics with their SIM irons, leading to an overall improvement to their clubs.
The SIM Max irons offer incredible performance versatility, and they tend to suit casual and better golfers, as the MAX line is a bit smaller sized than the MAX OS line.
Inconsistent ball strikers will find the thick topline and the wide sole confidence-inspiring, while the larger sweet spot offers greater accuracy.
The Speed Bridge has been a proven formula that works, as it connects the topline to the back bar offering a better feel, more speed, and better sound. With the use of the ECHO damping system, TaylorMade paid lots of attention to the sound and feel, as it stretches all over the face delivering a forged feel in a cavity iron.
The use of the Speed Pocket goes from the toe to the heel and disrupts the connection between the sole and the leading edge. This creates an almost floating and incredibly flexible face that hinges upon the topline, offering much more speed and distance.
The variable face thickness, called Inverted Cone Technology, has a unique position in each iron club. ICT has proven to enhance the sweet spot and its forgiveness, and it promotes straighter ball flights.