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TaylorMade shows off new clubs at Old Palm

November 02, 2015

Img 8785 26k1 150x150 Old Palm Golf Club recently hosted an event for the golf equipment manufacturer TaylorMade at the Golf Studio, and it was a huge success. Old Palm members were invited to drop in and try out TaylorMade’s new M1 driver, fairway and rescue clubs and the company’s PSi irons during this Demo and Fitting Day. The M1 driver features a multi-material construction with a proprietary 7-layer carbon composite crown and a weight-loaded sole for a more efficient power transfer. The driver has an extremely low center of gravity that maximizes power and speed. Those advancements were added to help golfers drive the ball longer—much longer. TaylorMade’s new PSi clubs are designed for the scratch to 10-handicap player with a smaller profile but without sacrificing the distance and forgiveness of TaylorMade’s RSi irons. Like those clubs, the PSi irons have a Speed Pocket for consistent distance and trajectory when the ball is hit low on the face. The demo portion of the events gave members a firsthand feel for how the clubs performed. The fitting portion was just as important because clubs were adjusted to better accommodate the differences in the golfers’ heights, arm lengths, strengths, swings and other variables.


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