The sound is not a big thwack nor a whimpy ting. After two solid years thought i’d look to upgrade but still cannot find one to replace it. You can get the JetSpeed in three different lofts and adjust each one with plus or minus 1. There are 3 lofts available at 9. The odd part to me about this driver is the lofting. Chuck Ahrens March 13, at 3:
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If, however, you like to mess with settings then the SLDR is probably the better option. Without getting too technical this is because the actual lofts on these marks may jetapeed be exactly 0. So someone told me about the Jetspeeds dynamics and being an equip. For me, there was no break-in period. I also tested the JetSpeed on a Flightscope against the SLDR driver and it confirmed that the former is a higher spinning driver than the latter. TaylorMade’s speed pocket is a groove cut into the sole jetspefd the club to allow the face to flex more.
Teed up as high as the auto tee goes. Well they could have, but as all driver faces are already at the legal speed limit COR to do so would have put it over the top, so it required some re-engineering. The feel and stability is ho good but I had a little extra shot dispersion compared to 45 inch drivers, which is not unusual.
It is very forgiving on mishits. My average drives are and it has been the same on every club.
Three Guys Golf on Twitter. In conclusion, the TaylorMade Jetspeed driver will hwo more amateur golfers than the SLDR, as the higher spinning face will suit those whose driver clubhead speed is under 95mph. And I’m still able to hit my normal controlled fade, no problems hooking the ball.
I just bought a Jetspeed after a session in the cage at golfsmith. Search Advanced Search section: Now the SLDR is very low spin which is why they are telling everyone to loft up, but the JetSpeed performed more like a ‘normal’ driver for ball spin and launch so this should suit amateur golfers more as it will enable them to get the ball up in the air.
Ot other big change is the black head and silver face, which first re-appeared on the SLDR range.
But, the launch monitor sure seemed excited about it. Anyhow, you get the idea, we all have less than perfect swings so it is at least comforting to know TaylorMade was thinking jestpeed us when they designed the JetSpeed.
Currently trying a Black Tie 6m3 and have my I bagged an i20 at 9. Whether it be limited adjustability, matte black crown, or the stripe on the head cover, the vibe is way different than recent TaylorMade drivers.
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I actually don’t notice much of a difference in face angle than when I had it at the stock setting. It felt like every drive found the sweet spot on this club.
I have a From an aesthetics standpoint, the TaylorMade JetSpeed is also fairly plain Jane in comparison to some of the blinged out versions we have seen recently. Being sure that the fitter juiced up the adkust, I asked to see the settings and found them un changed.
Indeed the feel and sound was probably the best of all the drivers they have launched this year. Does adjustable loft really work the way it describe?