It is known to all, TaylorMade has been making white golf clubs in recent years. Are you a taylormade fans? If you are, you might have a new favorite model - TaylorMade SLDR White Driver. It is is identical to the original dark-headed edition in every way.
The white SLDR driver will be available in lofts of 9.5, 10.5, 12 and 14 degrees with a stock Fujikura Speeder 57 shaft in senior, regular, stiff and x-stiff flexes. Many golfers fell in love with white when it came out in 2011, and now we are delivering a limited-edition white SLDR with low and forward CG for more distance when you loft up.
When the company released its first white driver, the launch was met with intense skepticism in the industry. It proved to be a runaway success, however, as TaylorMade’s share of metal woods sales swelled from 30 percent at the start of 2011 to 52 percent in May. The amount of non-traditional painted driver heads among top equipment manufacturers has increased significantly in recent years, making a white driver much less polarizing than it once was.
The move didn’t come as a total shock to the industry, however, as TaylorMade’s release of a black-painted version of its successful release of the Taylormade R1 driver in May 2013 hinted that the company was headed away from white. The white crown with black button-back delivers a remarkable appearance at address. Justin Rose, Dustin Johnson, Sergio Garcia and a host of other TaylorMade staff players swung drivers that were black.
Bazzel and TaylorMade also declined to say exactly how limited the SLDR White driver would be. It is identical to the original Taylormade SLDR driver. People got really excited about it.