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TaylorMade M1

Our Review:

The danger with adding adjustability to a hybrid is making it clunky and taking away the versatility you need to play a hybrid. Well, that’s not the case here. Most noteworthy are the two movable weights neatly recessed in the rear of the sole. They let better players tweak ball flight away from the natural draw they don’t want, but their deep position provides extra stability that all players need.
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Specs: 17, 19, 21, 24 (adjustable +/- 1.5
Price: $250
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Ratings
  • 4.5 1
    performance

    45%*

  • 4.5 1
    innovation

    30%*

  • 4.5 1
    Look / Sound / Feel

    20%*

  • 4 1
    demand

    5%*

* Percentage of total score

Player Comments
  • low
    It feels strong, heavy: You can blast it out of anything.
  • mid
    Stable yet workable.
  • mid
    A nice clean sexy look. Gives appearance of a deep face with a compact head that might intimidate some. Requires a pretty decent swing. If you do that, though, amazed at how easy it was to hit it straight. A nice boring trajectory.
  • high
    Everything fits in so cleanly you wouldn’t know the weights were there. Good forgiveness for off-center hits, medium trajectory.