The SLDR driver is included in TaylorMade's moneyback guarantee program that is running over the next couple of months.
Since it debuted last summer the SLDR driver from TaylorMade has become one of golf's best sellers, not to mention the most widely used driver on the PGA Tour.
On Friday, the company came out with this guarantee: Buy any SLDR driver, fairway or Rescue club between now and June 1, and test them out for 30 days. If you don't gain distance over your current clubs, TaylorMade will refund your money.
"We know there are golfers out there who don't trust our science or what tour players do," said Brian Bazzel, TaylorMade’s director of product creation for metalwoods. "So we're encouraging these golfers to trust their own distance. That's why we’re putting the SLDR guarantee in play."
Golfers wishing to return their SLDR clubs can either call a toll-free number or visit the TaylorMade website. Those who elect to do so will receive a check within 12 weeks, the company said.
The SLDR line of clubs is built around the concept of "lofting up" – using more loft than the average golfer traditionally uses in his driver and fairway clubs. That, combined with the low-forward center of gravity in the clubs, creates the ideal conditions for distance – a higher launch with less spin – the company said.
For complete information on the guarantee, click here.
And here is a video of TaylorMade CEO Mark King talking about the SLDR guarantee: