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2017 M2 TaylorMade driver review

TaylorMade opted for evolution, not revolution in 2017. The reason? There was no need for drastic action.

Last year’s M1 and M2 drivers were exceptionally popular – so much so, the majority of Nike staffers jumped ship to the arch enemy following the Swoosh’s decision to cease manufacturing clubs, balls and bags.

Even Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods found their way to the adidas-owned TaylorMade fitting centre.

Callaway Great Big Bertha Epic Driver review

Callaway’s Epic driver for 2017 more than lives up to its name. 

Following stringent testing of the brand new Great Big Bertha Epic in Las Vegas at the tail end of 2016, we were rewarded with, yes you guessed it, even more 'epic' distance than before. 

The new-found yardage is primarily down to the implementation of Callaway’s latest ball speed technology called Jailbreak.

TaylorMade 2017 M1 driver review

TaylorMade opted for evolution, not revolution in 2017. The reason? There was no need for drastic action.

Last year’s M1 and M2 drivers were exceptionally popular – so much so, the majority of Nike staffers jumped ship to the arch enemy following the Swoosh’s decision to cease manufacturing clubs, balls and bags.

Even Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods found their way to the adidas-owned TaylorMade fitting centre.

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