Most golfers have a long-game distance that is in between their confidence and the clubs they have available in the bag. TaylorMade have released three clubs that solve that problem for three different player types.
The focus of design on each of these clubs is playability to improve consistency, and the use of cutting edge technology to drive distance. Each model has loft options and each club has a sleeve that allows us to set up lie and loft to create the perfect trajectory for your swing.
Each model also uses the TaylorMade Slot Technology to improve ball speed with SpeedFoam Technology used to maximise the benefits.
TaylorMade GAPR Low
For the better iron ball strikers, especially those who want the control and workability of an iron. The low and forward CoG creates a more penetrating ball flight to allow the stronger golfer with a faster swing speed to gain maximum distance.
TaylorMade GAPR Mid
The GAPR Mid retains an iron style profile but it’s easier to use than the Low. While it offers less workability, you’ll find it easier to launch the ball with a mid to higher trajectory. The size of the head also allows for some forgiveness, for those who might be a little less consistent.
TaylorMade GAPR High
For the golfer looking for the most forgiveness. A more hybrid profile, but with a dropped crown, that enables the CoG to be lower and deeper to launch the ball higher. The head design allows perimeter weighting to increase the size of the hitting zone to maximise distance.
Filling the gap between your longest playable iron and your woods enables you to attack par 5’s in 2 and gain more distance in testing conditions off the tee.