On my SLDR Driver I have the setting between neutral and close position. In this position I am more frequently having a straighter ball flight. I would be very happy to win a 2018 M3 Driver. There in no doubt that Taylor Made Drivers are the most popular on Tour.
I prefer the SLDR with the weight in the nuetral position. I have experimented with the weight at the range and nuetral works best for me. 27 years ago I pur away the Hogan persimmon driver and have played nothing but Taylormade. I am looking forward to hitting the M3 driver and irons once the weather breaks here in Chicago.
I play an 8.5 degree Lower setting with a Full DRAW on my slider weight. Due to my penchant to Slice occasionally. This setting works best for me to have a 20 yard fade on most drives. I Love my SLDR driver and it has been the best driver I've ever owned, but I recently tried the M3 460 Driver at the PGA Superstore and fell in Love with the Twistface. What an Amazing club. I would TRULY appreciate this club in my bag.
Shaft set to higher loft from 10.5 that favors a draw. Weights split from center with a slight bias towards a draw. With stiff arms (e.g., Dechambeau, Stricker), and slower swing speed, dead center ball striking produces straight long drives.