Taylormade Sim 2 Vs Callaway Mavrik Irons Comparison And Review
A head to head between two of the titans of golf clubs in the industry, Taylormade & Callaway.
The brand new Sim 2 irons from Taylormade are aiming to be the best performing game improvements irons on the market right now and they come very close.
The Callaway Mavriks were released in 2020 and we can have no doubt that they are among the top performing irons in the game right with interations for higher and lower handicap players also available
Taylormade Sim 2 Max Overview
The Sim 2 carry on an impressive lineage from Taylormade, starting with the M series and culminating with the Sim Max irons which preceded the Sim 2’s.
the immediate difference you can notice in the Sim 2’s is the Cap Back technology which makes the clubs more solid, longer hitting and more forgiving.
Also included is the Echo Dampener, submerged within the irons that eliminates any unwanted vibrations for fantastic feel in the clubs.
Progessive ICT and the Speed pocket make the sweet spot on these irons massive and you can rest assured that any player can make great use of these irons at any level.
Callaway Mavrik Irons Overview
The Callaway Mavrik Irons are similar to the Sim2’s with slightly different technology holding the clubs together.
Worth noting about the Mavriks is that they also come in Max form which is more forgiving and pro form for the lower handicap players.
The 360 flash face with variable thickness promotes stunning distances and forgiveness in a massive sweet spot.
The weighting is distributed by artificial intelligence and the COG is low, with excellent turf interaction.
These irons have everything you need from a game improvement/players distance iron.
The Sim 2 Max irons and the Mavriks are very similar, they both even have options for higher handicap players.
For the beginner or higher handicap player, I would suggest the Sim2’s and for the high to mid handicappers I would say it is a 50/50 cal, leaning towards the Mavriks.