Golfers have made it clear that they struggle to bridge the gap between their longest playable iron and their shortest metalwood or driver. We created GAPR specifically to fill that gap.
Between GAPR LO, MID, and HI, we’re confident we can tackle playability, launch, and spin to address every golfer’s gap.
Share any issues with your long-club gapping, and you’ll automatically be entered to win your choice of a custom GAPR LO, HI, or MID from the TaylorMade Custom Shop.
*OFFICIAL RULES: https://tmag.co/TMC_GAPR_Rules
I am defitnely interseted in the mid. My highest iron is a 5. I tried for years to hit hybrids and just can not. I currently go from 5 iron to 5 wood, then 3 wood. I would hope the mid GAPR would replace the wood so I could go 5 iron, mid GAPR then 3 wood.
While I currently carry a 3-iron in my bag and alternate between a 3 wood and a 2 hybrid (depending on course set up), I find that I only hit my 3-iron off the tee when I need a low flighted shot or to shape a shot into a tight fairway.
I'd love to add the GAPR LO to my bag and eliminate the 3-iron, giving me a useful driving iron as well as another option when going for par 5s in two.
With my current set up, my 4 iron carry is 215 while my 3 wood carry is 270. Eliminating the playability and gapping issues that come with not having as much faith as I would like in my 3-iron would be HUGE for my game.
The GAPR that I would be interested in would be the MID. I can consistently hit my M3 5 iron very well, but trying to hit the 4 or lower results in bad misses. Add to that I am still playing a ahem, cough, rescue iron from a certain company based in Portland, cough, that has been in my bag since 2002. I just upgraded everything else to Taylormade. Replaced ahem, callaway irons for M3's. and replaced my R7 Superquad with an M3 440.
The clubs would match so much better. Would love to get one but just sunk 800 bucks into my car just to be able to drive back and forth to the course to proudly rep the TaylorMade products.
To quote Princess Leia, Help me TaylorMade, you are my only hope......
Currently playing a 4iron which goes about 215 max for me, then I go to a 5 wood wood which I can hit 210-230. I honestly feel like the 5 wood gives me more cushion for error, but I the problem is the consitency for the yardage gaps. If I flush my 5 wood, then that's 230+ shot where I may have needed a 215-225 yard shot. So I would love to have a GAPR mid to fix this gapping issue.