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Taylormade Left Handed Qi10 Max Rescue
Taylormade Left Handed Qi10 Max Rescue
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Taylormade Left Handed Qi10 Max Rescue

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"Elevate your rescue game with the Taylormade Left Handed Qi10 Max Rescue, a club engineered for those who seek easy launch and maximum forgiveness. Featuring a larger Carbon Crown, this rescue club is designed with an ultra-low CG and extreme perimeter weighting to not only enhance forgiveness but also to ensure high launch and long carry distances. The advanced laser alignment feature aids in precision aim, making it easier to target your shots. With a shallower face height for versatile playability and lofts up to 35°, this club offers unparalleled set composition flexibility. Incorporating proven TaylorMade technologies like the V Steel™ sole for improved turf interaction and the Thru-Slot Speed Pocket to optimize ball speed, the Qi10 Max Rescue is your go-to club for straighter, more forgiving shots. Unlock your potential on the course with the Qi10 Max Rescue."



  • The new larger Carbon Crown frees up mass to enable lower CG and added forgiveness.
  • Advanced laser alignment feature allows for precision aim.


  • Extreme perimeter weighting and ultra-low CG creates a versatile Rescue engineered for high launch, long carry distance and max forgiveness.
  • The shallower face height allows golfers to launch it high from anywhere.
  • Available in lofts up to 35° for maximum versatility in set composition.


  • V Steel™ sole improves turf interaction and versatility.
  • Protect ball speed with the Thru-Slot Speed Pocket, designed to optimize ball speed on low face hits.
  • Twist Face uses corrective face angles designed to overcome inherent golfer tendencies on mis-hits and to produce straighter shots.
In the spring of 1979, Gary Adams, a golf equipment salesman, founded TaylorMade Golf Company when leasing a former television assembly plant, starting with three employees and an innovative 12-degree driver made of stainless steel, known as a "metalwood." This product, differing in look, sound, and performance from traditional wooden clubs, featured perimeter-weighting for improved forgiveness and a lower center of gravity for easier ball launch. Adams, whose father was a golf professional, insisted on blending innovation with the authentic feel of traditional golf clubs, underpinning the company's commitment to passion, authenticity, innovation, and competitiveness. These principles propelled TaylorMade's growth and remain core to the company's ethos, continuing to guide its mission to produce the world's best-performing golf products for Left Handed players at all levels.

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