Taylormade Sim 2 Vs Titleist T300 Irons Comparison And Review
Clash of the heavyweights in this battle between the almighty Sim 2 irons and the beautifully crafted Titleist T300 game improvement irons.
Both of these irons are heavy hitters built for distance and improving your game while also allowing plenty of forgiveness to improve on your craft.
Titleist T300 Irons Overview
The Titleist T300 breach new ground for Titleist with distance in the longer irons which become progressively more workable as you get down to the shorter irons.
A deceptively thin top line is accompanied by a polymer badge at the back of the club which allows for smooth shots off the ultra thin face which boasts large sweet spot for a Titleist iron.
The tunsgten weighting keeps the COG low and the MOI high in the longer irons which get progressively more workable as you move towards the shorter irons.
These are a really impressive set of irons perfect for high to mid handicappers and even the low handicappers can get used to these fantastic clubs.
Taylormade Sim 2 Max Overview
The Sim 2 Irons are the latest in a very impressive line from Taylormade with some upgrades that are immediately obvious when using the clubs.
The Speed bridge is gone, replaced with the trademarked cap back technology which produces smooth feeling shots while the echo dampener within the club deadens any unwanted vibrations.
The Progressive ICT, thru slot speed pocket and tungsten make the sweet spot huge in these clubs and more forgiving than most players distance irons.
Like the T300’s the Sim 2’s are perfect for high handicappers but mid and even low handicappers will also love to use these amazing irons.
Overall, these clubs are very close for us in every department, if you are closer to a mid handicapper, go with the T300’s and if you are a beginner or just starting out, the Sim 2’s are also an amazing set of irons.