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TaylorMade M4
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The Verdict: Unlike the M3, the M4 doesn't have a weight track. But something you can't see is a weight pad inside the bottom of the club. Last year, it was one long piece, but by splitting it into two, the club is more stable at impact. This deep position helps shots launch high like the company's hybrids are known and loved for. External ribs stiffen the sole to control sound.
Loft: 19, 22, 25, 28
Street Price: $230
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Player Comments
  • low
    This has a sleek, futuristic look that I like. I'm able to hit shots with less ball spin, which is good. You can still get distance on mis-hits.
  • mid
    High, straight ball flight—now those are fun shots to hit.
  • high
    It gives you consistent, predictable results. No ballooning, no nonsense, it just works. Its best quality is the distance.