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TaylorMade SLDR S Class Rescue

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TaylorMade SLDR S Class Rescue - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

Bridge distance gaps in the bag with the SLDR S Class Rescue. The low profile head design and shallow face structure promote easy launch for improved playability across the entire face. Speed Pocket technology teams up with low-forward Center of Gravity to produce incredibly fast ball speeds and low spin for optimal distance. A Fujikura Speeder shaft designed specifically for a Rescue gives TaylorMade® SLDR S Class Rescues superior accuracy.

  • Low profile head design with shallow face promotes easy launch for outstanding playability
  • Speed Pocket design promotes faster ball speeds for remarkable distance
  • Low-forward Center of Gravity promotes fast ball speeds and low spin for optimal launch
  • Satin silver crown and black button-back for easy alignment
  • Fujikura Speeder 67 Graphite Shaft
  • TM 360 Silver 55g Rubber Grip
  • TaylorMade

3 Rescue SPECS:

  • Loft: 19°
  • Lie: 58°
  • Length: 40.8"
  • Volume: 120cc
  • Swing Weight: D2

4 Rescue SPECS:

  • Loft: 21°
  • Lie: 58.5°
  • Length: 40.3"
  • Volume: 125cc
  • Swing Weight: D2

5 Rescue SPECS:

  • Loft: 25°
  • Lie: 59°
  • Length: 39.8"
  • Volume: 125cc
  • Swing Weight: D2

6 Rescue SPECS:

  • Loft: 28°
  • Lie: 59.5°
  • Length: 39.3"
  • Volume: 125cc
  • Swing Weight: D2
Country of Origin: Imported
Web ID: 34781066

Customer Reviews:

TaylorMade SLDR S Class Rescue 3.5 5 2 2
1st Impressions Have hit only a few balls, weight feels good, solid contact generates a high launch angle. Was fairly easy for me to pick it up. I'll write another after some on course play. So far so good. Have a nice day. October 24, 2014
Harder than I thought Harder to hit and hit high than advertised when compared to my two year old Adams hybrids. Not as forgiving on mishits. Longer when hit well, but harder to be consistent. September 20, 2014
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