TaylorMade Qi Golf Clubs

Gram Per Square Centimeter is a unit measuring Moment of Inertia. For golfers, a higher MOI equals a more forgiving club, so, notably, TaylorMade's new Qi10 Max driver reaches 10,000 g-cm², the first driver to do so. To hit this mark, it incorporates advanced construction, a shallower head shape with a concentrated mass far away from the 60X Carbon Twist Face, and a torque-control shaft. The result is an insanely forgiving club that's joined in the lineup by the lower-spin Qi10 LS and the well-rounded standard Qi10. Alongside the drivers comes a lineup of Qi10 fairway woods and hybrids, as well as new Qi irons that have an optimized, individual design for each club and remove the right bias often seen in game-improvement irons. The new offerings hit shelves on February 2nd.

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