TaylorMade unveils M1 Driver, Fairway Wood and Rescue

New range designed to be longest and most adjustable woods from TaylorMade

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Wed, 9 Sep 2015
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TaylorMade has unveiled its new M1 range comprising of a Driver, Fairway Wood and Rescue.

The clubs are made of a multi-material combination of titanium and a seven-layer carbon composite.

TaylorMade say the club provides more ball speed than previous products, lower spin, higher launch. It’s also the brand’s most adjustable big stick, and it boasts the lowest CG. 

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TaylorMade has unveiled its new M1 driver, fairway wood and rescue club.

The company says the driver provides more ball speed compared to previous models, with lower spin and higher launch. It is also the brand’s most adjustable big stick, and it boasts the lowest centre of gravity (CG).

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The clubs are made of a multi-material combination of titanium and a seven-layer carbon composite.

“At TaylorMade, we always pride ourselves on improving our metalwood performance and distance each year,” said Brian Bazzel, senior director of product creation.

“With the constant advances in titanium technology, we found ourselves at a crossroads, one where the R15 was almost unbeatable. We have an allegiance to performance and we were willing to use whatever material or construction necessary to deliver it.

“I believe the new M1 is a true reflection of our dedication to improving golfers through innovative designs.”

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