TaylorMade Qi10 Drivers Review
With the launch of its new Qi10 Max, Qi10 LS and Qi10, TaylorMade has declared that it has produced its most forgiving drivers yet.
Qi10 Max Driver
The Qi10 Max in particular has achieved a MOI (Moment of Inertia) of 10,000 g-cm². Effectively, the higher the MOI, the more forgiving the driver, with that 10K mark ensuring that the club reduces head-rotation on off-centre hits, protecting ball speed and meaning that it delivers consistent launch conditions.
However, this is just one of the three models, with Qi10 LS and Qi10 also offering appeals to a wide variety of golfers. Ryan Rastall, Head Pro at Howley Hall Golf Club and Golfshake's Equipment Expert, has taken a closer look at each of the drivers for us, sharing his insights behind the technology and analysis of their performance courtesy of TrackMan. You can see his FULL REVIEW below.
Qi10 Max is priced at an RRP of £499 / €649. ORDER ONLINE TODAY!
Qi10 LS Driver
The Qi10 LS is naturally the lower spin and lower launch model that has engineered to benefit those players with faster swing speeds. Featuring the Infinity Crown that is part of the entire Qi10 family, the LS also introduces a more efficient moveable weight that consists of a single 18g steel sliding weight that is housed within a unique track system.
Qi10 LS is priced at an RRP of £529 / €669. ORDER ONLINE TODAY!
Finally, the standard Qi10 driver has been designed to optimise your distance and offer maximum forgiveness. Qi10 features lower CG projection and higher MOI than previous TaylorMade drivers in this category, while Qi10’s re-engineered 60X Carbon Twist Face is significantly lighter than traditional titanium, which has allowed it to provide a more efficient energy transfer with a new supporting structure that promotes faster ball speeds.
Qi10 comes at an RRP price of £499 / €649. ORDER ONLINE TODAY!
Each of the drivers are available for pre-order at retail starting today and will be available in stores February 2, 2024.
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