TaylorMade SLDR Hybrid Adjustment Guide + (CHART)


Is The TaylorMade SLDR Rescue Hybrid Adjustable?

Yes, the TaylorMade SLDR Rescue Hybrid is adjustable. With the presence of the ‘Loft-Sleeve,’ you can increase or decrease loft changes by 1.5 degrees.

However, the absence of a slider will prevent the golfer from sliding towards the heel or the toe.

 

TaylorMade SLDR Rescue Hybrid Specs

Feature

TaylorMade SLDR Rescue Hybrid Specifications

Head Volume

125 cc

Material

Steel

Availability of Hand

Left and Right

Left-Hand Lofts

19°, 21°

Right-Hand Lofts

19°, 21°, 25°, 28°

Colors Availability

Grey

Weight of Swing

D2

Name of Shaft

Fujikura Speeder

Type of Shaft

Graphite

Weight of Shaft

0.15lbs – Men; 0.13lbs – Women

Grip

TM 360 Silver

 

When Did TheTaylorMade SLDR Rescue Hybrid Come Out?

The TaylorMade SLDR Rescue Hybrid was launched in November 2013 in USA. Players, who wanted to play more loft, welcomed this arrival with open arms at that time.

The absence of the sliding weight technology seemed like a hitch initially. However, the hybrid model was an instant hit, owing to the combination of the forward and low center of gravity and the Speed Pocket.

 

TaylorMade SLDR Hybrid adjustment

 

What is the difference between TaylorMade SLDR Rescue And SLDR S Rescue Hybrids?

The key difference between the TaylorMade SLDR Rescue and the TaylorMade SLDR S Rescue Hybrid is the loft options, and lower center or gravity of the SLDR S model.

 

TaylorMade SLDR Rescue Features

  • Low and forward CG
  • Launch and spin is low
  • Adds more degrees of loft
  • Movable weight (0.04lbs)
  • Ball speed is accelerated

 

TaylorMade SLDR S Rescue Hybrid Features

  • Loft cannot be adjusted
  • Lower center of gravity
  • Swings lighter – Good for beginners
  • Movable weight (0.04lbs)
  • Handicap level is higher

 

TaylorMade SLDR Rescue – An Overview

Appearance

The look and feel of the SLDR Rescue are premium, with no corners cut. The length of the driver is neither too short nor long and will be ideal for most users. A grey, metallic finish is used throughout the body.

Alignment

An alignment aid is present. It is present near the heel of the driver.

Lofts Availability

The different lofts include 17°, 19°, 21°, and 24°.

Performance

The main aspect that contributes to the performance of this driver is the center of gravity. It is slow and forward, ensuring that all the shots are streamlined and take up a similar route upon striking.

The shaft is also of premium quality and is towards the higher end of the market. The Fujikura Speeder gives you a better playing experience concerning the shaft.

A potential buyer should always go for a loft that is shorter than their existing loft. The SLDR Rescue has longer lofts. Therefore, it is a good idea to stay mindful of the distance gaps.

 

TaylorMade SLDR S Rescue Hybrid – An Overview

Appearance

The main feature that will grab your attention is the shallow face, paired with a simple head design. This design plays a huge role in gearing you up for an easy launch. The additional Speed Pocket design also ensures that fast balls reach great lengths.

Alignment

A black button-back is present, which aids you immensely in easy alignment.

Lofts Availability

The different lofts present in this model include 21o, 25o, and 28o.

Performance

The longer club in this hybrid model enables you to play increased loft than other drivers. You can notice the difference in the increased straightness and the softer landing than usual. The low and forward center of gravity continues to deliver the best in this model as well.

This driver will suit you best if budget is a primary concern and adjustability does not matter much for you.

 

How Do I Adjust The Settings On My TaylorMade SLDR Hybrid?

The loft on the TaylorMade SLDR hybrid can be adjusted by adjusting the loft sleeve.

Setting up the TaylorMade SLDR Hybrid is the next step in the process of using the driver. It is an easy process when followed in the correct order:

  1. Adjusting the loft sleeve is the first and foremost step. You should match the loft setting to the driver of the club that you use at present.
  2. When you turn the driver, you will be creating a difference of half a degree. The face degree will get altered by one degree, in or out.
  3. If you wish to achieve high-flying shots, you can position the loft in an upwards manner now. The increase inthe loft will also enable more spin. Keep adjusting the loft until you can hit the balls straight.
  4. Now, you can increase the spin by one turn, and your ideal position is here.

According to popular user forums, it is good to use a cocktail stick perpendicular to the club. This step will help you to prop the sleeve adjustment without any difficulty.

 

TaylorMade SLDR Hybrid Adjustment Chart

Loft

Hand

Volume

Lie

Swing Weight

Length

SLDR / 2-17°

Right Hand

110cc

59°

D4

41.75”

SLDR / 3-19°

Right / Left Hand

112cc

59.5°

D4

41.25”

SLDR / 4-21°

Right / Left Hand

114cc

60°

D4

40.75”

SLDR / 5-24°

Right Hand

116cc

60.5°

D4

40.25”

 

TaylorMade SLDR Rescue Hybrid Weight Adjustment

The weight adjustment settings of your TaylorMade SLDR Rescue Hybrid are pretty simple. You can do it without any worries as they will not hamper your game extensively.

  1. You will see a blue tick mark. This is the neutral position of alignment for your driver. Start from here and alter the loft settings slowly.
  2. Now, your ball will either draw or fade, i.e., move to the left or right at this juncture.
  3. If you want your ball to fade, shift the weight towards the driver’s heel.
  4. If you want your ball to draw, the ideal weight placement is near the toe.

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