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TaylorMade is making headlines, some say for the wrong reasons, with the recent launch of its SLDR S driver, fairway woods, Rescue hybrids and irons line. Not to hang onto one manufacturer for too long but just to that, TaylorMade also started to garner attention with its new SLDR additions like the Mini-Driver, which the company describes as whole new club category since it can be used from the tee or fairway deck (Critics decry it as a gimmicky club.).

But at the same time, TaylorMade’s has been the target of some ridicule for also apparently abandoning its JetSpeed series and introducing minimal changes to SLDR’s (Now in white and silver! Non-adjustable lofts!) to make up for it.

Is Titlist’s every-other-year irons entry enough to qualify them overall with the AP’s? Were you impressed with COBRA’s forgiving new clubs or thrown off by the big heads, high flex and bright colors?

Did PING’s i25 matte-black looks and precision designs surpass competitors who have comparable performances from their clubs for half the price? Is it still too soon? And what about Cleveland, Adams, Tour Edge, etc…?

So, what grabbed your attention — to date since more club releases are on the way in drips and drabs weekly — since most clubmakers released their biggest innovations at this year’s PGA Manufacturers Expo in Orlando, Fla., way back in January? Weigh in. 

 

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