TaylorMade has recently unleashed two stunning Speed-Injected Twist Face drivers into the market with its new M5 and M6 - but what are the real differences between them and which one offers most appeal after testing? We've got all the answers.
GolfMagic Equipment Editor Jack Seddon took both M5 and M6 drivers down to Farleigh Golf Club to test them out on the range with our SkyTrak launch monitor, before putting them through their paces out on the golf course.
Watch our full Head-to-Head video review below:
Features & Benefits: Speed Injected Twist Face Technology; Inverted T-Track; flexible Hammerhead 2.0 slot
Features & Benefits: Speed Injected Twist Face Technology; flexible Hammerhead 2.0 slot; Aerodynamic carbon sole with 'Inertia Generator'
GM Verdict: A solid performer across the board, offering bundles of forgiveness and distance. The standout feature of the M6 is its controlled trajectory. Fast, but not quite as fast as the M5 in our book. Pricey like the majority of drivers in this test, but well worth taking the plunge. Interestingly, Dustin Johnson has switched between both the M5 and M6, and wasted little time in bagging an early season win with the latter at the Saudi International. We received 300 RPM less spin off the tee (2200/2500), but the M5 edged it for ball speed (160/158) and carry (274/268). A hugely impressive driver but the M5 offers us that little bit more for the same price. Well worth testing both to find which one works best for you, though. You won't be disappointed.