TaylorMade M6 Fairway Wood 2019: First Look Review

The TaylorMade M6 Fairway Wood for 2019!

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Wed, 2 Jan 2019
TaylorMade M6 fairway wood 2019

Need To Know

Simple design, Easy to hit, Confidence at address, Reasonably priced
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PRICE: £269.00 YEAR: from 2019

Want to hit your fairway wood higher, longer and straighter? You might want to take a look a look at the brand new M6 Fairway Wood from TaylorMade. Check out our first look video here...



Just like the M5, the new M6 Fairway Wood encorporates Twist Face for the first time in a fairway wood, helping keep off-centre shots longer and straighter.


The Speed Pocket on the M6 fairway wood provides high ball speeds on low face impacts, making this club a lot easier to hit off the deck, which we were certainly enjoying at The Kingdom. If you want a fairway wood that you're going to hit long but you want a bit more height in your wood game, the M6 fairway wood is the one for you.

The M6 fairway has a slightly taller face height than the M5, providing more confidence at address, whether you're hitting it off the tee or off the turf.  The larger carbon composite crown increases mass which is placed low in the head, lowering the centre of gravity, giving you that higher launch that a lot of people desire. The high trajectory combined with the high MOI creates a fairway wood with incredible forgiveness, which will make the M6 fairway wood a very popular choice for 2019.

The M6 fairway wood RRP's at £269 which is a very reasonable price for a fairway wood that you can't really go wrong with. If you want a simple wood, that you can use off the deck or off the tee, with all the modern technology to help you hit the ball far and high, then make sure you consider the M6. 

Available for preorder on January 14 and at retail on February 15 and the M6 fairway woods will be offered in Rocket 3/14°, 3/15°, 5/18°, 7/21° and 9/24° lofts. Just like the M6 driver, you can also get the M6 fairway wood D-Type, for those players who prefer a draw-biased club.

first look