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I recently reviewed the new Mizuno ST-Z driver but unfortunately Mizuno sent me a 10.5 degree head instead of my normal gaming loft of 9.5 degree. So I managed to get hold of a 9.5 head so decided to put it up against the new TaylorMade SIM2 Driver in a comparison video.

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Tom Jackson says:

Looking at this it seems there’s little between these clubs. I like the Mizuno a lot better than my previous Calaway Rogue.

Gonzalo says:

Hi Michael, I have Ping 425 Max, Rogue, Cobra SZ and the SIM Max D and SIM2, am a 12 handicapper ….. SIM 2 may be longest BUT! the SIM MAX D is so much easier to hit consistently and on fairway….. the others are so-so, meaning sometimes great and sometimes eeeeee!

Paul Henderson says:

Great vid do you no if mizuno is bringing a driver out in 2022 I no they are bringing the irons out in March but I was not sure when they release the driver and 3wood thanks

Volker Petersen says:

Got fitted for the mizuno yesterday. For me a 10.5 degree head turned down (and thus open Club face up) did the trick. Constant spin and 1.5 smash faktor. But i swing only 97mph, still nice Overall length of 248 meters.

joshtp1234 says:

Seems like the sim is more personalized to you. If you get yourself fitted for the Mizuno you will have different results

Kenneth Lin says:

The mizuno seems to perform quite well and at a lower price point, appears to better value than the TM?

Rick Ferguson says:

I’m playing Mizuno in every club except my putter. Using the ST-190 currently, but really thinking of moving over to the TM Sim2, Ping 425, or Titleist TSi2. More yardage and forgiveness would be welcomed to my game.

el060248 says:

Interesting that you were straighter with the SIM2 but less backspin with the Mizuno. SIM2 isn't supposed to be a high spinning head (although perhaps a bit more than the previous iteration) so it's a surprise the Mizuno spins it so much less with that cut. I wonder if it tends to fall from the sky for the draw player with the occasional hook.

Thomas Goode says:

Hilarious. Our numbers are nearly identical (ball and club speed, angle, ballspeed, carry, roll out) and the Sim2 lagged. Ordered my custom ST-Z last week. Nothing else was as forgiving or as long.

Kevin Wilkinson says:

Mizuno ST-Z v TSi2..?

Jeffrey Thames says:

Shaft is longer in Taylormade

TZOID08 says:

USA Retail is $ 399.00 Not $ 480 for the Mizuno ST-Z and the TM SIM2 is $ 529.00 ….. Huge difference.

J B says:

SIM2 is the longest driver of ‘21, hands down.

Ryan L says:

Shaft in both?

Could be the reason for your CHS difference.

Curious to see what loft is delivered on these shots. Mizuno has the best bang for your buck driver out it seems

Mange Larsson says:

"A little bit of that left to right strike", I recognise a slice when I see one haha. Love your vids!

daniel francoeur says:

Bad review. Can't compare if you don't have the same swing speed.
And please stop slicing the golf ball.

Arvind Das says:

Sweet swing

Brian Kinread says:

Why is dispersion ring larger than your " widest" shots?

Alan Martin says:

I know you get probably asked this as lot… But I'd love to see a random 5 or 6 year old driver tested alongside for reference. The average golfer is probably only thinking of a new driver after that sort of time has passed. Although the manufacturers may not want to see this…..

Alan Martin says:

When did you start lifting left heel on backswing? Great video 👍

David M says:

Look at the consistency of the smash factor on the Mizuno. All 1.45 or 1.46.

Zac Carich says:

Taylormade will be worth 75 dollars in a year and will go dead in 2 years. Also tons of cracking problems already with the college teams playing them. Total junk.

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