Taylormade Sim Max Vs Taylormade M2 Irons Comparison And Review
The M2 Irons from Taylormade were released in 2017 and laid the foundation for the most recent irons from Taylormade like the Sim Max.
The M2 clubs introduced revolutionary iron technology like the Thru Slot for stability and forgiveness and the speed pocket for for distance.
The Irons are deeply undercut with tungsten weighting for low COG, excellent turf interaction and easy launching.
The heads on the clubs are compact and these are excellent irons for distance and accuracy for beginners and mid handicappers.
Sim Irons Overview
The M6 built on the M2 to introduce a speed bridge for overall stability and the Sim Max irons have built on this again to create an exceptional set of clubs for distance and forgiveness.
The Sim Irons include the speed bridge and speed pocket while inverted cone technology ensures incredible ball speeds.
The club face is larger than the M2 and the sweet spot is bigger for more forgiveness with an ultra thin face and an echo damping system for smooth, straight connections on off center hits.
Overall the M2 are great for mid handicappers and bargain hunters while the Sim Max will offer slightly better performance all round and certainly more forgivness than the M2’s