Taylormade Sim 2 Vs Titleist T400 Irons Comparison And Review
Taylormade and Titleist are no strangers to competing with each other. The Taylormade Sim 2 and Titleist T400 are two of the newest and best irons produced by both company’s
Both are game improvement clubs that are characterized by being long and forgiving.
Titleist T400 Overview
Titleist are well known for making some of the best players irons in the world for advanced players.
The T400’s are the largest, longest and most forgiving irons that Titleist have ever produced.
The first thing you notice is the chunky head for distance but there is a lot more involved in these clubs.
The Split sole interacts perfectly with the turf and the thin forged face is L shaped to expand the sweet for strikes low on the face. It also produces amazing ball speeds.
100gs of Tungsten weighting on the heel and toe expands the sweet spot massively on these irons and they are perfect for beginners to the game alongside those who struggle to hit their irons consistently straight.
Taylormade Sim 2 Irons Overview
The Sim 2 Max represent the best in technology from Taylormade after decades of innovation.
The clubs follow on from the very Popular M Series and it also makes a few key improvements.
The Speed Bridge is replace by a full cavity filling Full Cap Badge that dampens vibrations and adds to the distance you can achieve with the clubs.
Tungsten weighting, Progressive ICT and the Speed Thru Slot expands the sweet spot on the irons and the face of the club is ultra thin for incredible balls speeds.
The Sim 2 Max irons will be slightly more workable than the T400’s for the better players but you can also get the The Sim 2 Max OS irons for even more fogveiness for beginners.
Both of these clubs will appeal massively to beginners with a budget but if you have your eyes on becoming a more advanced player, the Sim 2 Irons will be more suitable.
The T400 are great for beginners but the Sim2 Max also cater well for the high handicappers.