SLDR Driver also is capable of producing a six millimeter movement, being a whopping 50 percent more than its predecessor the TaylorMade's R1 driver. This increase gives this driver during a shot a dispersion range to about 30 yards. TaylorMade's loft-sleeve technology was used for the incorporating of its loft setting which can also be adjusted thus enabling the driver to be set at at 12 different ways ranging from plus-or-minus 1.5 degrees. Increasing the driver’s loft encompasses the face and while decreasing opens it.
TaylorMade SLDR driver unlike previous models which comprised of white paint as well as crown graphics characteristically having a more subdued look with the crown having a charcoal-grey color, the customary alignment aid situated near the face with an extra SLDR alignment aid just before behind the crown. On its debuted at John Deere Classic, its prototype version did not have a TaylorMade alignment aid on the crown.
SLDR is most certainly the most talked about of its four predecessors of TaylorMade drivers offered this year. Major golf championships tournaments are already endorsing TaylorMade SLDR driver with record sales. This frenzy started at the John Deere Classic. The following week it was put in play at Muirfield. In the RBC Canadian open 15 SLDR drivers have been in play and are expected to dominate in major golf tournaments (http://www.ngl.net.au) such as the World Golf Championships. It is simply the best driver in the market.
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