Our Review:We've seen sliding sole weights on TaylorMade fairway woods that can be set to promote a draw or fade. But now a sleeker design of the weight track, with lighter carbon-composite panels in the crown and sole, moves the center of gravity forward and low to help reduce spin. No less important, that curved slot in the sole is longer than in last year's M1 to make those low-face impacts hotter.
Specs: 15, 17, 19 (all adjustable +2/-2 degrees)
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Look / Sound / Feel
* Percentage of total score
lowThis is the perfect shape and size, small without being intimidating. It felt easy, and I was able to work it how I wanted to.
midThe way the club sounds and feels at impact is perfect. It felt easy to hit, but still powerful.
highI like the simplicity of the adjustability. The trajectory was good and aggressive. It gets up and goes.