The Taylormade M1 driver is the longest from the leading manufacturer and impressively suits the swing of all golfers.
It is the unique design, which features the use of multi materials (the M actually stands for multi material), that ensures the M1 is a match for everyone – regardless of handicap, swing speed or shape.
The Taylormade M1 Driver
The M1 features a 7 layer Carbon Composite Crown made from ultra-thin, ultra-light and high-strength carbon composites and the clever design plays to the strength of all abilities to unlock added distance and feel.
No two golfers have mirror identical swings, but the M1 doesn’t favour those with a draw over those with a fade, or benefit those with a faster swing speed over those with a more slower and steady drive.
The construction of the club works to aid all types of golfer, providing optimal launch height for all and the opportunity to shape shots better. This is achieved thanks to a 25 gram multi-directional adjustability T-Track feature to produce the best trajectory.
The driver comes with four loft options: 8.5º, 9.5º, 10.5 º, 12º, in two head models (460cc and 430cc) and with three stock shafts: High Launch (Fujikura Pro 60), Mid Launch (Mitsubishi KuraKage Tiny Silver 60) and Low Launch (Aldila Rogue Silver 70).
TaylorMade M1 Driver Verdict
The Taylormade M1 driver will be a positive addition to the golf bag of any golfer. If you’re looking for more length, you’ll get it. If you’re looking to strike those drives crisper and straight, you’ll get it.
The M1 is a quality driver and will help you get that optimal trajectory to suit your game, start hitting straighter drives and therefore more fairways and increase your length off the tee.
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