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Golf Australia Express : September 2013
T HE latest driver release from TaylorMade— the SLDR—has been labelled the company's longest driver yet. And while the claim of added distance seemed par for the course with any driver released in the past decade, it's the new style of adjustability in the SLDR that will likely resonate with most players. TaylorMade engineers attribute SLDR’s low and forward CG placement with its added distance, similar to the 'Speed Pocket' in the RocketBallz driver. The SLDR sees a complete reinvention of TaylorMade’s movable weight technology. A blue, 20-gram weight that slides on a track located on the front of the sole makes it easier to adjust the club to promote a fade or draw bias quicker than with other adjustable drivers. SLDR also allows the loft to be changed, with 12 positions within a range of plus-or-minus 1.5 degrees of loft change. The more loft added, the more the face closes and vice-versa. OTG Is In The House TaylorMade releases SLDR Driver AVAILABLE NOW $529 [$639 TP OPTION]
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