TaylorMade M2 (2017)
Our Review:The more forgiving of TaylorMade's hybrids, the M2 features a confidence-inspiring low-face profile and a longer, more flexible slot cut through the sole (compared with last year's model) to help improve the way the ball rebounds off the face. While cutting a slot through the sole increases distance, making the flexing of that structure sound and feel ideal is nearly as important. So engineers fine-tuned the fluted hosel to save weight and control vibration.
Specs: 19, 22, 25, 28
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Look / Sound / Feel
* Percentage of total score
lowSolid strikes without being clangy. A classic hybrid that instills confidence.
midSimple to get up like a hot-air balloon, without sacrificing distance.
midThe ball seemed to rocket off the face, and it was easy to maneuver – left, right – you could move this one either way. A nice high penetrating flight. Nice heft behind the ball.
highA real muscle club.