Our Review:Forget for a minute that the M3 has nearly 13,000 adjustable settings and can reach the kind of off-center-hit stability reserved for mailbox-size drivers. Forget the carbon-composite panels in the crown and sole that are 25 percent thinner and lighter than they were two years ago. What's truly different is the twisted face design. Inspired by studying more than half-a-million shots, TaylorMade believes traditional face designs fail typical golfers, so it reshaped the face into subtle contrasting curves from high-toe (more open) to low-heel (more closed) to help shots fly straighter.
Specs: Standard: 8.5, 9.5, 10.5, 12; 440: 9, 10. (Adjustable hosel from +2/-2 degrees.)
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Look / Sound / Feel
* Percentage of total score
lowI could move so many things to get the exact flight I wanted. It has a firm, powerful sound.
midI'm a low-ball hitter. Moving the weights back made an immediate improvement.
highI love how they used silver instead of white. It has a quiet, satisfying sound, like you're getting a lot of clubhead on the ball.