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TaylorMade M6/M6 D-Type

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Bridgestone Tour B JGR

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The Verdict: These two distinctly different drivers share a foundation. It starts with a new face design and a thinner-than-ever titanium crown. Together those features help produce higher ball speeds and lower spin than in past models. (Titleist also ensures quality control by inspecting every head for maximum spring-like effect.) The weight saved from the 20-percent-thinner crown is redistributed low and deep to help increase the off-center-hit stability of the larger-profile TS2. On the more classic-shape TS3, a sole weight can be adjusted for a fade or draw.
Loft: TS2: 8,5, 9,5, 10,5, 11.5; TS3: 8.5, 9.5, 10.5 (both adjustable)
Street Price: $500
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Ratings
  • 51
    performance
  • 4.51
    innovation
  • 51
    Look / Sound / Feel
  • 4.51
    demand
Player Comments
  • low-Handicapper
    Great balance from setup to follow-through: You know where the head is at all times.
  • mid-Handicapper
    Extremely pleasing to the eye, and the ball came off the face with speed.
  • high-Handicapper
    I really like the quiet sound. Powerful without being obnoxious.