2017 M1 and M2 TaylorMade Drivers

2017 M1 and M2 TaylorMade Drivers

TaylorMade M1 Driver – Back in September 2015 when the M1 Driver was launched it featured a seven layer carbon composite head, which saved weight in the head and it allowed TaylorMade to design and adapt a fully adjustable T-Track system on the sole of the club which allowed golfers to alter launch angle, spin and shot shape.

Now in the new 2017 M1 Driver, it has a larger footprint and an additional carbon toe panel that means 43% more carbon composite will be used to deliver a better optimal launch, enables more personalisation and even more forgiveness than the previous model. 2017 M1 and M2 TaylorMade Drivers

Now the new two-tone M1 driver has a six layer carbon composite crown instead of seven layers which makes it 10% lighter because it is thinner and more aerodynamic. It also has an 18% shorter bonding edge and the ingredients such as adhesive will be half the thickness of the adhesive used on the original TaylorMade M1 Driver.

The new addition to the TaylorMade driver family will be made available from the 27th January 2017 and will be priced at £479.00, the M1 460 Driver will be available in 8.5, 9.5, 10.5 and 12 degrees options. The M1 440 driver which will only be available for right handed only and will be available in 8.5, 9.5 and 10.5-degree lofts.

TaylorMade M2 Driver

With the new TaylorMade M2 driver, it has a new Geocoustic design which combines geometry and acoustical engineering which will unlock more forgiveness and the best in class sound, the geometry technology is found in the sunken sole portion of the new M2 TaylorMade Driver

With its new Titanium design it enabled TM engineers to free up the volume while not raising the centre of gravity, this means that the head could be made much larger in the club’s footprint and also the club’s face, making the driver appear bigger plus visibly more forgiving. 2017 M1 and M2 TaylorMade Drivers

The breakthrough in improved sound was achieved by the new sunken sole curvature, making it stiffer and easier to manage vibrations caused at impact. With this added stiffness, minimal sound ribs were needed to create best-in-class sound and feel of the M2.

Just like in M1, using the new lower density 9-1-1 Titanium body and six-layer carbon composite crown allowed for 25g of discretionary mass to be relocated low and back in the sole of the club.

Together, these increase forgiveness without sacrificing low CG, a hot trajectory or aerodynamic performance.

In addition to a standard model, TaylorMade has also created a higher-launching, more draw-biased model of the M2, called the M2 D-Type (also 460cc). The D-Type driver (D representing draw) delivers an average of 12 yards, and up to 20 yards, of built-in draw bias to help players fighting a slice. In addition to the multi-material construction, Geocoustic sole and active Speed Pocket, the D-Type is more heel-weighted, has slight offset and uses advanced visual cues to promote a square face at address and a more draw-biased face at impact. 2017 M1 and M2 TaylorMade Drivers

Both M2 drivers come in 9.5°, 10.5° & 12° loft options, boast a four-degree, 12-position loft sleeve and have an RRP of £369, available from Jan 27th, 2017. The M2 comes with the Fujikura Pro XLR8 56 (high launch) shaft while the M2 D-Type driver comes equipped with Matrix’ OZIK MFS X5 shaft (high launch).

As always if you have any comments or feedback regarding 2017 M1 and M2 TaylorMade Drivers please do not hesitate to leave a comment below, I will be glad to respond to any responses received.

Happy golfing as always,

Michael Baker Bogeys to Birdies

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4 Responses

  1. Bogeys to Birdies says:

    Hi John,

    Thanks for your comment regarding the new M1 and M2 TaylorMade drivers. In answer to your question, I can highly recommend TaylorMade irons because I in fact used TaylorMade Irons for many years, however if you want a consistent distance from your irons then TaylorMade might not be for you, I changed my TM irons because I never knew if I was going to hit my 7 iron if it was going to go 170 yards or 200 yards so I chose another brand of irons that gave me consistent distances.

    I hope that answered your question if not just drop me another message and I will come back to you.

    Cheers,

    Michael Baker

    Bogeys to Birdies

  2. John says:

    Currrently swing an R11 driver and have had success with the product. The tee box is not my problem, like many other I struggle with the short game. A great drive doesn’t do much for me when I put my approach shot in the water. Do you recommend Taylor Made irons and wedges?

  3. Bogeys to Birdies says:

    Hi Christian,

    Thanks for your comments about the new M1 and M2 Taylormade drivers, these could be useful for a newbie golfer but my recommendation would be to choose a cheaper brand of driver but make sure you pick or get the correct shaft for your swing speed, nothing harder to swing than any golf club if you have the wrong shaft in the club!

    Hope that answers your question but if you have anymore please do not hesitate to get back in touch.

    Cheers,

    Michael Baker Bogeys to Birdies

  4. Christian says:

    I play golf very loosely, for instance, when I do go to the local course to play with friends, I have no real idea as to what I’m doing, and neither do they. Nevertheless, the difference between myself and them, I actually want to learn how to play.

    In regard to the M1 and the M2, would you consider either to be a good choice for a newbie? If not, where should I start? I always rent clubs, and I would love to have my own set, that would be a start.

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