The clubhead has an eye-catching white-against-black look, with the white representing the titanium portion of the crown and the black the carbon composite portion. This in turn reduces turbulence and makes the head go through the air faster, which means more ball speed and therefore more distance. This sweet spot creates a high moment of inertia that helps to resist head twisting and minimizes the negative effects of mis-hits. The M2 is akin to the Callaway X16 — no weight adjustments, lighter, faster. Somebody returned these items to The Cave without ever using them.
The M4 Driver is genuinely a carefully engineered club that is perfect for low to mid handicap golfer looking to improve their performance on the course while also providing the freedom that comes with not needing to adjust any weight positions. They offer 6 stock shafts, that honestly are not that impressive, and a driver that they have to make you pay extra just to get the spin down. More Forgiveness: The M2 has been designed with a mass of 25g located at the low and back of the sole, which gives more forgiveness than the TaylorMade M1. The TaylorMade M2 Driver is truly an amazing club that is perfect for the low to mid handicap golfer looking to improve their performance on the course. Like the M1 driver, the M2 uses a multi-material construction. Before you open your mouth and comment Bishop get your facts straight.
The front track alone has 18 sliding positions, while the back track has 15. Moving it back can increase the spin while moving it forward can lower the spin. Out goes the white crown, red paint, AeroHosel fin and raised crown and in comes the white titanium front section combined with the black carbon composite crown that makes the M2 look as great as the M1. If, upon inspection, 2nd Swing identifies any discrepancies ex. Prior to that they were in a more stable release cycle with each evolution creating wild interest and easily discernible product differentiation. I want to also add that this is not an anti TaylorMade rant but rather a rant on the idiocy of this business model that started roughly 4-5 years ago.
Grooves are still sharp and in great condition. If you're on the fence I would highly recommend this club, as it has lowered my score by 3-4 strokes per round. It is the same thing Callaway is doing. They make a great product, in my opinion. Obviously there is a bit more to it than that, but the price point is one of the main reasons why this club exists, as the M1 offers as much adjustability as anything out there to enable you to fine tune your driver performance to match your swing. Makeup: 1 Driver FreeShip: No Exclusion: Yes DropShip: No pd-rating: 4.
The changes with each of the 21 position are significant yet reasonably subtle enough so that you can still control your game. The reason M1 came out so quickly compared to R15 was purely for the fall release. Overall then, the TaylorMade M1 driver is a step up from the R15 and the combination of tried and trusted technologies in a new set up and a striking look is something we all should get excited about. Like New Condition: These clubs are nearly impossible to differentiate from new. On the other hand, the closer the center of gravity to the toe side, the less draw spin it will produce. So to add to my one line review I would say that the choice comes down to asking yourself this question: Does the M1 significantly outperform the M2 when you are fitted for both and if so, is this worth investing another £100 to get it? I am going to buy whatever makes me happy. I had an inch tacked on to my 5 wood to help make up the difference until I can afford an M2 3 Wood.
Sand wedge and lob wedge are available separately. The promise of a great Certified Pre-Owned club doesn't stop when you hit the course. If you disagree, no problem. It is a problem from a sales and business model perspective. Apparently you do since you spent the time to peruse the article and post a comment. With the new design, the M2 has been stiffened up, giving an impressive visual appeal and feedback. We are all different, and our job is to find a driver that fits each of us.
This way I can buy a new driver for less than it would cost to replace a shaft! Adjustability: The M1, with its T-Track system offers more adjustability options than the M2. Moving the back weight fully forward or back in the rear track did not affect the overall distance performance that much, but it did affect the launch and spin marginally. Last week I decided to make one more try. Taylor Made has made great drivers. Figured whiners would be out today. It should be noted that since I was already achieving favorable launch conditions with an M1 in its rearward-weight setting, I was a prime candidate for the M2 driver. Outlet condition clubs have never been hit.
I am 57 swing speed 96 was hitting it 265 to 270 consistently. Excludes Gift Card and Grips. Choosing the right head loft is the first step and moving up from the 9. Never fully dug into this, but maybe we can see an article written by someone who knows what they are talking about? Discount will apply to the highest priced qualifying item in your shopping cart. Grip: Always a high quality grip. It might actually be because I am a hard sell, and not an easy one. That business of the fall and spring launch is the right move.