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In this video Rick Shiels PGA Professional discusses the future of TaylorMade Golf and their 2020 drivers.

The 2019 TaylorMade Golf M5 & M6 drivers claimed to be the longest and the straightest TaylorMade Golf drivers ever & it was claimed that they were almost illegal according to the rules put in place by the USGA & The R&A. The 2019 TaylorMade M5 & M6 drivers were played by Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy, Jason Day, Dustin Johnson, John Rahm & loads of players on The PGA Tour & The European Tour.

In 2020 TaylorMade golf need to bring a driver out that is faster and longer than the TaylorMade M5 & M6 but is that possible? 2020 will be a really interesting year for TaylorMade Golf, Callaway Golf, Srixon Golf, Titleist Golf, Mizuno Golf, Ping Golf and all of the major golf brands.

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20 thoughts on “TAYLORMADE GOLF 2020 DRIVERS – What's next?

  1. You have a picture of a club on trailer, yet nothing in the video?? Any new clubs get submitted to USGA for approval so check that list and you will see. As they have maxed out distance, they will focus on accuracy, so expect a shorter shaft, bigger face and weight maxed out at back of clubhead for high handicappers. They will then hope you forget last few years of adverts.

  2. One of the older tests was coefficient of restitution (COR). The measurements you used, when calculated, have a COR of 83 or .83. This is the collision of A with the collision of B = C or COR. The older test was easier to understand. They would fire a ball at the club at 100 MPH then if it came off over 83 MPH it failed. I think this is still on the R & A’s website. The test was on a brand new club because as soon as you hit around 50 balls the COR will increase. Meaning the older the club the higher the COR. The closer to 100 MPH or 100% COR The closer you are to the material on the club face failing. Because it has become so thin It is creating a large the trampoline effect. Try and get into a testing lab with a 6month old club and compare it with a new one.

  3. All you hear is new drivers hit it longer and so on. And people puff up and say I’m hitting it so much longer. I laugh and think now it’s time for the second shot and what used to be a 7 iron for you now you might get into a 8 or 9 iron and might not hit them as well just a thought. It not always who hits it longer of the tee box with the lowest score. Think about your whole game and what the extra yardage might mean and you may find out I don’t need that extra yardage

    If you wanna test it. Just move up 1 set of tees and play a round and watch how different your second shoot looks sometimes good and sometimes not so good

  4. Golf is slowly suffocating and the biggest reason is the average non-golfer thinks it's something that only rich people can afford to do. And when they look at a $1,200 seven-iron set, $600 drivers, $200 wedges, and $300 putters on top of their $250+ tee times, they're kind of right.

    The next revolution in golf is going to come from the first big "name brand" company that swallows their pride enough to market an affordable set of decent-performance clubs and markets them for an entry-level player at the local municipal course. A line where you can get a full bag of forgiving but decent-performing clubs for around $700 to $800 rather than the ~$2,000 to $2,500 it currently stands at.

    They don't have to be the highest-end tech or the fanciest-looking finish, but enough to the point where someone who wants to pick up the game can do so without investing the equivalent of two mortgage payments.

  5. I think Taylormade should concentrate on improving their build quality across the whole range of clubs. Their reputation is pretty poor compared to the other major manufacturers. And for that reason I wouldn't ever purchase Taylormade products, no matter how good the technology

  6. Speed from the face isn't the only way to get more distance Rick. Just ask the car manufacturers how they get more out of their vehicles from the same size engine….aero, traction, CG, dynamics, etc. 😉

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