Our Review:TaylorMade knows its wheelhouse is serious players, so the company designed the M5 to have a more no-nonsense look. That includes a compact shape and small details, like creating a fluted hosel that you don’t notice at address. Like many irons in this category, the lofts are strong (half-a-degree stronger than its M3 predecessor), but the center of gravity is positioned low enough to provide a higher flight. Serious stuff, indeed.
Specs: 7-iron: 30 degrees; PW: 45 degrees
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Look / Sound / Feel
* Percentage of total score
lowThese are cheating. The 4-iron flies like a 7-iron. It’s like breathing thunder.
midYou can hit it right to left, or left to right. The engine is high-octane, too.