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TaylorMade Golf Clubs

TaylorMade is a brand known for making high-quality golf clubs and other golfing accessories. TaylorMade golf clubs fall into four main categories, which include drivers, irons, wedges and putters. Golf regulations dictate that players may not possess more than 14 clubs on the golf course, which is why choosing those that enhance performance is important.

TaylorMade Driver Golf Clubs

Due to their original wooden material, many golfers may still refer to drivers as "woods," even though TaylorMade drivers and others are constructed from steel, titanium, graphite and other materials. Drivers are typically longer and often have a wider face than other clubs. Some drivers, such as the TaylorMade M4, includes special features like the Hammerhead Slot sweet spot for longer-range ball driving.

TaylorMade Iron Golf Clubs

Having the right TaylorMade golf club iron sets is key for any golfer since they are put to use at every hole on the course. TaylorMade offers irons, like its P790, in sets that can include between six and eight clubs and feature shafts constructed from durable materials like graphite or steel. Beginner golfers may want to consider Cavity Back irons because of the large sole and special cavity designed to make them easier to use.

TaylorMade Wedge Golf Clubs

Wedges closely resemble irons with the chief difference being that the wedge has a head with a higher loft. Golfers who want to achieve more accuracy and greater ball spin often use wedges and may want to consider styles like the steel shaft M2. This is also a good choice when you want more ball direction forgiveness, distance and height during swings.

TaylorMade Putter Golf Clubs

TaylorMade putter golf clubs are another essential item for players who want to fill their bags with the brand. Like most other brands, TaylorMade mallet and blade putters are generally smaller than other clubs and have a flatter face. Golfers use clubs like the TP Collection Berwick putter on the green to direct the ball into the hole with more accuracy.

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