Taylormade Golf Unveils Full Line Of New M1 & M2 Drivers, Irons, And More

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Taylormade golf has struck GOLD with their M-series drivers. They have practically every player who was previously playing Nike equipment now playing their clubs. Including Tiger Woods. If that isn’t a massive win, I don’t know what is. Because as good as Jason Day and Dustin Johnson are (both Taylormade athletes), Tiger Woods is still the needle.

This week, Taylormade golf unveiled their new lineup of M1 & M2 clubs for 2017.  From new drivers and metal woods to hybrids and irons, the M family has a full spread for the season ahead.

For 2017, TaylorMade engineers embarked to create a series of products in M1 & M2 that take aim at delivering distance, height, forgiveness and feel with predictable, consistent performance. And while we haven’t hit them yet, they sure are good looking.

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Taylormade M1 & M2 Drivers

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The M1 offers the most adjustability in the M family, and it comes in a 460 and 440cc model. The M1 will be available on January 27, 2017 at $499.99 USD.
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The M2 has been the “it” driver for many tour pros. It offers very little in the way of adjustability and it only comes in a 460cc model. The M2 will be available on January 27, 2017 at $399.99 USD.

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Read all about Taylormade’s new M1 and M2 drivers as well as their new fairway metals and hybrids here.

 

Taylormade M1 & M2 Irons

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Available on March 1, 2017, M1 irons ($999 steel; $1,199 graphite) will be offered in 3-iron through SW and with a choice of True Temper’s popular XP95 steel shafts or MRC Kuro Kage Silver graphite shafts. There will also be numerous custom shaft options available.

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Available on January 27, 2017, M2 irons ($799 steel; $899 graphite) will be offered in 4-iron through LW and with a choice of the REAX HL 88 by FST steel shafts or the M2 REAX graphite shafts. There will also be numerous custom shaft options available.

Read all about the new Taylormade M1 and M2 irons here.

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