DJ, Morikawa, McIlroy among early adopters of SIM2

DJ, Morikawa, McIlroy among early adopters of SIM2
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The TOUR seeding – i.e. the process of putting the club in players’
hands — started at TaylorMade’s traditional marketing shoot at The
Floridian in early November, and the product was an instant hit with
TaylorMade staffers. The overall feedback was clear enthusiasm around
optimal spin and forgiveness across the face. Every TOUR player has a
miss tendency, and the feedback reflected that toe or heel misses not
only retained the appropriate spin but ultimately kept the ball in play.

be fair, it’s still very early in the season to get a full grasp on
what these drivers can do, but so far, the main things I’m hearing are
definite improvements in dispersion (forgiveness), and ball speeds
jumped up a bit,” said Chris Trott, TaylorMade’s Director of Global
Tours-Sports Marketing. “We are excited to see what happens as the
season progresses. Stay tuned.”

Here is a list of the current players on staff and the non-staff players who have made the switch and what they have in play.

TaylorMade staff

Dustin Johnson (Kapalua)
SIM2 10.5 degrees with a Fujikura Speeder Evolution 661 X shaft

Collin Morikawa (Sony)
SIM2 10.5 degrees set at 9 with a Mitsubishi Diamana D+ 60 TX shaft

Rory Mcilroy (Abu Dhabi)
SIM2 10.5 degrees set at 8.5 with a Fujikura Ventus Black 6 X shaft

Tommy Fleetwood (Abu Dhabi)
SIM2 or SIM2 Max 10.5 degrees at 8.5 with a Mitsubishi Diamana DF 70 TX shaft

Matthew Wolff (Torrey)
SIM2 9 degrees with Graphite Design Tour AD TP 7 TX shaft

Michael Gligic (Sony)
SIM2 9 degrees with a Mitsubishi Kuro Kage XT 60 TX shaft

Nick Taylor (Sony)
SIM2 10.5 degrees with a Fujikura Atmos Blue 6 X shaft

Non-staff players
Chris Baker: SIM2 9.0 degrees
James Hahn: SIM2 8.0 degrees
Jim Herman: SIM2 Max 9.0 degrees
Sung Kang: SIM2 9 degrees
Danny Lee: SIM2 9.0 degrees
Brendan Steele: SIM2 9.0 degrees
D.J. Trahan: SIM2 9.0 degrees

Source: PGA tour

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