What’s important to look for in TaylorMade Men's SLDR Rescue Hybrid Golf Club?
Low-and-forward CG location promotes faster ball speed, lower spin, high launch and long carry. TaylorMade loft-sleeve technology allows 1.5Degree loft change. Charcoal-gray crown and titanium-gray high-contrast face for easy alignment
Do you know what is the superiority of this TaylorMade Men's SLDR Rescue Hybrid Golf Club?
SLDR fairways woods and Rescue clubs combine two of TaylorMade s most recent innovations Speed Pocket technology and an exceptionally low-and-forward center of gravity CG location. Smaller is better. The new Speed Pocket is smaller introduced in the RocketBallz fairways and Rescues , which actually makes it more efficient at increasing how fast the face flexes at impact, promoting faster initial ball speed across a wider portion of the face, which helps you get consistently long distance on every swing. The new Speed Pocket design also gave TaylorMade engineers room to move the club head s CG lower and farther forward, to a place that promotes faster ball speed and a lower spin-rate. We learned with the SLDR driver that a low-forward CG location allows many players to increase their loft to achieve the right combination of high-launch low-spin that promotes maximum distance. The same thing goes for SLDR fairway and Rescues, which is where our Loft Sleeve technology serves such an important purpose, by allowing you to adjust the loft 1.5Degree up or down to dial in their optimal launch conditions. Visually, SLDR fairways and Rescues incorporate the same rich, charcoal-gray crown and traditional shaping as the SLDR driver. The dark crown-color contrasts beautifully with the silver-colored clubface to make it easy to align the face accurately at address.
Customer reviewsI found I could hit it 190-200 yards and pretty straight most every time
Bought the 4 hybrid to fill the gap between the SpeedBlade 4 iron and the SLDR 5 wood. Turns out, it s almost as long as my 5 wood, especially when I had it delofted to 20 degrees. My first round with it was on a tight beach links course and I ended up using this off the tee far more often that round than a fairway wood or driver. First shot with it was almost 200 yards down the middle. Over the course of the round, I found I could hit it 190-200 yards and pretty straight most every time. It was only slightly shorter off the ground but not more difficult to hit. Still, I got it to fill a gap so I changed it to 22 degrees and it s about 10 yards shorter now. Gap is filled now. Still, I m giving thought to swap the SLDR 5 wood with a SLDR 3 hybrid. I think I may be able it hit it further and more consistently than the 5 wood, which is still easier to hit than my old 5 wood. All in all, I m pretty happy with it