TaylorMade M3 Driver 460cc Review
the new tailor-made m3 driver yes this is the one with the twisty face, sure enough, the toe has been pulled back the hill has been pulled back and the idea is to give you less dispersion on your off-center strikes.
the crown has got more carbon in it there was a slightly thinner top edge of the silver look this time rather than white in the previous M models the sole has got the multi-weight distribution area.
we’ve got the dots on the face going to use hammerhead technology in this club again that is for less inconsistent numbers from across the face all drivers have pretty much got the same cor so that can come off at the same speed.
- New face ebb and flow w/remedial face point on topsy-turvy hits, to decrease side turn and convey straighter shots. Gives more space in high-toe and less space in low-heel for the more steady turn.
- New sole space executed into our most movable driver out of the blue. Fortified external segments of the space take into consideration a lighter, more adaptable face.
- The inside part of the space builds ball speed low on the face and drops undesirable turn for more separation.
- The backy-parcel gives pardoning draw and blur alternatives. Part the weights gives a definitive in pardoning.
- Extremely hard to discern whether any enhancements in scattering can be ascribed to Twist Face.
TaylorMade M3 Fairway Wood – Product Details
|UK Launch||16 February 2018|
|UK Launch RRP||£279|
|USA Launch||16 February 2018|
|USA Launch RRP||$299|
|European Launch||16 February 2018|
|European Launch RRP||€349|
|Hand Availability||Left, Right|
|Left Handed Lofts||15°, 19°|
|Right Handed Lofts||15°, 17°, 19°|
|Head Volume||139 cc|
|Club Length||43.25 inches|
|Shaft Name||Mitsubishi Chemical Tensei Blue 75, Mitsubishi Chemical Tensei Blue 65|
|Shaft Flex||Regular, Stiff, X Stiff|
|Grip||Lamkin UTx Cord|
|Number/Loft||3/15°, 3HL/17°, 5/19°|
|Manufacturer’s Website||TaylorMade Website|
no driver specifically will help you hit the ball better that’s partly down to your swing but also making sure you’ve got a correctly fitted driver so if we get the right launch and spin Parrott parameters with any driver whether it’s today’s model or five years ago we should get the right numbers and that’s going to be the right launch of spin for you and your swing.we mentioned that’s something I’m looking for at that spin rate launch angle averaged 13.5 which is pretty good. I am quite happy with this one.