19 thoughts on “TaylorMade R15 430 SLDR S Driver

  1. They are both performing quite the same, if the SLDR S was in 430, you
    would get the same spin I think. However you’ve got less Ball speed
    dispersion with the R15 430, that’s quite interesting because I’ve though
    that you would had that with the SLDR S 460 which is supposed to be more

    Do you think that the R15 430 is more forgiving than the SLDR 430 ?

    Anyway thanks for the review

  2. I game the SLDR-S at 12d of loft. Considering that I bought it only last
    year, it’s probably staying in the bag for at least a couple more years.
    But, dang, that R15 430 does look so good (looked at it at the golf

  3. I do like my SLDR 430, but the R15 430 does seem to look a bit bigger(only
    looks) i know the CCs are the same, very tempted, i would think the R15 430
    is more forgiving than the SLDR 430, but wouldnt mind seeing the R15 both
    430 and 460 against the Srixon Z745 (430) and the Z545 (460) because i’m
    very close to pressing the “buy it” button on the Z545….

  4. Hi Mark, as we all know taylormade bang out clubs like crazy! Do you know
    if they are bringing out the r15 with a fixed neck (sldr s styley) ?

  5. Yes mark!! I’ve been thinking for a while that confidence with a club
    matters. I’m so glad you mentioned it as I think it will help get your
    point through to people. 🙂 

  6. The dispersion seemed to be much better with the SLDR so maybe the extra 3
    yards isn’t worth sacrificing the accuracy and a bit more forgiveness for? 

  7. Having watched most of your course Vlogs (The IT industry isn’t the most
    I would say the SLDR performs better for you, with more sneaky long drives
    on the course.

  8. Love the review. As someone who has struggled for years hitting driver I
    find the s version so easy to hit even on off center hits. As nice as the
    r15 is I would struggle ( be scared) to change. 😀
    Feel is king!!

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