Traditionally, driver design has been an exercise in compromise: either you design for forgiveness, distance, or launch. Combining geometry, aerodynamics, and materials, TaylorMade's new line of SIM metalwoods addresses all three. Its raised crown and sole improve airflow, and the CG stays low thanks to the signature Inertia Generator weight that protrudes off the backside at an asymmetrical angle to help boost clubhead speed through the impact zone. Combined with lightweight carbon composite panels and the company's Speed Injected Twist Face technology, it results in a club that's long and forgiving with an optimal launch window. It comes in a standard model with moveable weights, a Max version designed for maximum forgiveness, and the Max•D, which has a draw-biased design. All three models are repeated in the fairway woods, and the entire lineup will be available for order on January 10th.