TaylorMade Driver Comparison Old vs New | SIM Max vs. R11 vs. 360 Ti | 20 Years of Technology

This TaylorMade Driver Comparison puts 20 years of technology to the test, comparing three of TaylorMade's drivers from the past two decades. 2nd Swing's Drew Mahowald and master fitter Thomas Campbell used Trackman technology to compare the TaylorMade SIM Max, the TaylorMade R11, and the TaylorMade 360 Ti drivers against one another in this #TaylorMade #Driver #Comparison.

TaylorMade has been an industry leader in driver performance for years and this video shows how much the standard has changed in driver performance in the last 20 years.

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15 thoughts on “TaylorMade Driver Comparison Old vs New | SIM Max vs. R11 vs. 360 Ti | 20 Years of Technology

  1. As someone who is still playing the R11 in 2020, this was a very interesting comparison test. This explains why my misses seem more severe (loss of yardage) than with newer technology. I have been wanting to change for a couple years now, this may be the push I needed to make the change. My debate has been which model (M2, M3, M4, M5, M6, Sim, etc..) to move to for the biggest bang and the lowest cost? Thanks.

  2. It's funny because I still play with a Taylor Made R 360 XD in 2022. I hit pretty much the same distance he was doing with that driver. Now I feel like it's time for me to buy a newer driver and gain that extra 20-25 yards.

  3. For forgiveness, it's generally not a TM driver you're looking for. I play the SLDR, for example, which goes a country mile when I pure it, but bites me in the ass on off-centre hits.

    For forgiveness, you've got to be looking at Callaway. Rogue or Fusion.

    300 in the trees is not as good as 275 on the fairway.

    PS, I reckon Thomas is an Aussie. Possibly a Saffer, but almost certain he's an Aussie.

  4. I have a 360Ti and have been umm-ing and ah-ing about getting a new driver. This video sealed the deal. Sim2 or the new Cobra Rad are on the shopping list

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