TaylorMade Qi10/Max Driver

The TaylorMade Qi10 family of drivers, the third generation to feature a face made of carbon composite, further unlock the lightweight material’s potential. Now with more of the crown, sole and face made of carbon composite, the saved weight on these new versions is creating more forgiveness on all three models, including the highest combined moment of inertia (stability on off-center hits) in company history on the Qi10 Max. The structure creates more freedom to position more mass where it can do the most good for the targeted player group, whether that be more perimeter weighting, more movable weight or a lower center of gravity for higher launch and distance-boosting lower spin.

$630 Qi10 LS (8, 9, 10.5 degrees, with 12-way adjustable hosel). $600, Qi10 and Qi10 Max (9, 10.5, 12 degrees, with 12-way adjustable hosel).



TaylorMade Qi10

Among the improvements here—beyond better overall stability on mis-hits on the heel and toe and high and low—is the increased use of carbon composite in the crown. Now stretching almost seamlessly to the top of the face, the crown saves weight to help increase stability on off-center hits and to lower the center of gravity for reduced spin and better energy transfer. The structure of the channel in the sole now gives more at impact to deliver extra flex to the face for faster ball speed, particularly on lower hits on the face.

  • The carbon-composite face and body balances forward and rear weighting for low spin and forgiveness.
  • The face size is the same as the Qi10 LS, but this driver is deeper front to back for more stability.
  • The redesigned sole channel gives at impact in unison with the face for faster ball speed.
  • 9, 10.5, 12 degrees (with a 12-way adjustable hosel)
TaylorMade Qi10 Max
Easily the most extreme step in size and shape of the three models, the Qi10 Max is not only longer front to back but incorporates a heel-biased shape. That weighting helps to make the larger head easier to square and still provides the highest stability in company history on misses in the heel and toe as well as high and low. The ultra-oversize design controls distance-robbing high spin through its extensive use of carbon composite in the face and body, including stretching the crown piece to meet the top of the face.
  • The extreme front-to-back length and 30-gram rear weight creates the highest stability on off-center hits in company history.
  • Heel-biased shaping and weighting make it easier to square the face and maintain clubhead speed.
  • A special lightweight low-torque shaft helps create more draw than last year’s Stealth 2 HD.
  • 9, 10.5, 12 degrees (with a 12-way adjustable hosel)


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