Please log in to reply. The SpeedPocket just made every shot that was low or to the sides feel like it came out of somewhere nearer the middle. It will be interesting to see if the low front CG approach is the future or a fad, but if you find that the JetSpeed driver works for you then it will be a good buy. Adam Staelin September 16, at 4: Whether it be limited adjustability, matte black crown, or the stripe on the head cover, the vibe is way different than recent TaylorMade drivers. It felt like every drive found the sweet spot on this club. There are 3 lofts available at 9.
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Jetspeed driver loft adjustments – WRX Club Techs – GolfWRX
In my mind the JetSpeed seems to just harken back a few years. In fact, the sweet spot is 25 percent larger.
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.
BUZZ December 25, at 9: I am a self admitted not tweaker of my clubs but I think I may try dialing it down some loft. Actually, I, along with TaylorMade will make no such claims, but I am intrigued by the idea that a club is designed to perform better when the user screws up.
TaylorMade’s speed pocket is a groove cut into the sole of the club to allow the face to flex more.
Changing your loft on an adjustable driver
Sorry, I am a bit confused by the question coupled with the fact, I am not a big fan of adjusting drivers. Did the Jetspeed perform better for you than the sldr? I am always on the lookout for new and innovative products for the discerning golfer. Anyhow, you get the idea, we all have less than perfect swings so it is at least comforting to know TaylorMade was thinking about us when they designed the JetSpeed.
Founder and Editor of Three Guys Golf. I have only hit the SLDR in the hitting bay so my comparisons are not totally apples to apples. It will be interesting to see if the low front CG approach is the future or a fad, but if you find that the JetSpeed driver works for you then it will be a good buy.
It is jrtspeed forgiving on mishits.
Whether it be limited adjustability, matte black crown, or the stripe on the head cover, the vibe is way different than recent TaylorMade drivers. Even professionals who are lort drivers that have a low and forward CG are lofting up. It comes neutral and I leave it neutral. I just bought a Jetspeed after a session in the cage at golfsmith.
The JetSpeed was easy to hit right out of the gate and it never felt squirrelly. Just prior to trying this driver I had was using the Taylor Made RAZR and had a hard time lloft my drives hhow line and was fadding right alot. Expert editorial reviews, breaking golf tour and industry news, what to play, how to play and where to play. For this guy, that is a welcome reprieve. The confluence of new …. It’s very common for the designers to gradually make the face angle more closed as the head loft increases due to the traditional targeting of less skilled and more likely to slice players for the higher lofted heads.
TaylorMade JetSpeed Driver Review – Golfalot
Amateur 11hr ago What is the average cost hos a round of golf? I’ve forgotten my password. But, the launch monitor sure seemed excited about it. So you can make a 9. I hit the ball as far as I usually do. Depends on whether or not the designers designed the face angle chabge the 13 at the 13 deg position to be the same as the In conclusion, the TaylorMade Jetspeed driver will suit more amateur golfers than the SLDR, as the higher spinning face will suit those whose driver clubhead speed is under 95mph.
Chan Joe May 6, at 9: Is the JetSpeed bigger and better than the Rocketballz?
So if you are in the market for the latest and greatest but want to maybe save a few bucks, check out the TaylorMade Jetspeed. Chuck Ahrens March 13, at 3: Here is something new.