The TaylorMade R15 430 driver, their latest sliding weight driver, is very low spin, but it’s still relatively unforgiving, while the R15 430 is a smaller, lower-spinning driver aimed at better players or anyone in need of an extremely low-spinning driver.
The R15 club head has 5g more discretionary mass to maneuver and is 4g lighter than the popular SLDR. You can loosen and slide the weights to the heel for a draw, to the toe for a fade or split for maximum stability. What they mean by maximum stability is this. By moving one weight completely to the heel and the other to the toe, it spreads the weighting apart, in theory to give more forgiveness on mis-hits.
Additionally, R15 incorporates the company’s most adjustable loft-sleeve, giving golfers the ability to alter their face angle, lie angle and loft preference to affect side-to-side trajectory. A simple rotation of the loft-sleeve system allows you to choose from 12 distinct settings that makes incremental changes in the lie and the loft/face angle (range is 4°).