RRP:    £39.99 17 May 2012
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3 out of 5

Looking at the price of the M2i it’d be unreasonable to expect it to compete with the big boys – and it doesn’t. Our team actually thought this was a decent-looking head and were surprised aft erwards when they found out how much it cost. However, it was let down badly on performance, with pro James believing this was down to the extremely weak shaft which twisted a lot at impact on off -centre strikes resulting in poor forgiveness.

Chris said he’d maybe invest in this club as a backup holiday driver but we’d suggest this would would only really be the best bet for golfers for whom budget was everything.

Looks: 3.3 Feel: 2.8 Forgiveness: 2.7 Distance: 3.0 Dispersion: 3.5

Product Information

Womens Available No
Left Handed available -
Custom-Fit available No
Adjustability No
Grip Type -
Head Size -
Lofts -
Shafts -

The Ben Sayers M2i driver is available in a 10.5° loft.

Web: www.bensayers.co.uk
Tel: 0121 748 8081

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