Our Review:Designing clubs for better players is a strength of TaylorMade. So in designing the M1 iron, the company sought to combine the speed and forgiveness of its M2 model with a more compact look that offers a hint of workability. The moderate offset and straighter leading edge provide an attractive look, and tungsten in the toe of the 3- through 7-irons gave designers more freedom to create the desired head shape without sacrificing ease of launch or forgiveness. Speed off the face isn't an issue, either, because a pocket in the sole and slots in the face are technologies that have been carried over from previous TaylorMade irons.
Specs: 6-iron: 26.5 degrees; PW: 45
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Look / Sound / Feel
* Percentage of total score
lowThese lead the league in hang time. The ball just stays in the air.
midThe sole slot must work. Good distance on shots hit two grooves low on the face.
midRockets. Ball really jumps off the face with a nice high launch and good distance. Pretty forgiving across the face.
highDidn't feel like I could make a mistake. Can't get any better. In comparison to clubs hit so far, it's blown me away. Packs a lot of punch.