TaylorMade Launch New 300 Mini Driver

TaylorMade Launch New 300 Mini Driver

TaylorMade has launched the 300 Mini Driver. And, the 2021 model of the popular midsize head shaped club is geared for massive success.

The Mini Driver by TaylorMade has already proved to be a big hit! Phil Mickelson recently won the PGA Championship at Kiawah Island with the 2019 model TaylorMade Mini Driver in his bag. The six-time major champion has been testing the 300 Mini Driver and the company says he loves the upgraded version.

The 300 Mini Driver offers golfers plenty of confidence and workability. The midsized 307cc head includes TaylorMade’s Twist Face technology, which provides more forgiveness off the tee and enables straighter shots from mis-hits.

The compact shaped club is ideally suited from the fairway. A redesigned 54g V Steel Sole Plate produces a higher launch path with a lower spin rate off the clubface. The new sole plate also improves the club’s interaction with the turf making the 300 Mini Driver versatile from a variety of lies. TaylorMade engineers positioned additional weight low in the club’s head. The lower center of gravity will assist golfers to launch the ball with ease from ‘off-the-deck’.

The 300 Mini Driver is constructed from carbon, titanium and steel. The multi-material design features TaylorMade’s patented Thru-Slot Speed Pocket to deliver increased face flexibility. The inclusion of this technology supports optimum ball speed and distance, even on shots struck low on the clubface.

The 300 Mini Driver is available in two lofts for right-handed golfers—11.5 and 13.5 degrees. It is offered at 11.5 degrees for left-handed golfers. However, TaylorMade have ensured the 300 Mini Driver offers a new level of playability by including an adjustable loft sleeve. This allows golfers the ability to personalise the loft of their club for the ultimate flight trajectory and face angle.

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