TaylorMade has released a range of fairway woods and rescue clubs featuring much of the same technology as the new M1 driver.
The M1 fairway is the company’s first multi-material designed fairway, designed to be the most adjustable fairway to date.
Featuring the same Front Track system as the driver, the M1 fairway uses two 15g tungsten weights that can slide easily to promote a draw or fade.
The carbon composite crown allowed for 30g of total moveable weight, 5g more than in the R15 fairway. Having two 15g weights also lets you split them, increasing the clubs’ inertia and ultimately, protecting ball speed on mis-hits.
The front track of the M1 fairway also features a reduced channel to improve turf-to-sole interaction. The M1 fairway is equipped with a four degree loft sleeve, which allows for a two degree increase or decrease in loft.
It will be available on 8th October at £249 in three lofts – 3: 15˚, 3HL (RH only): 17˚ & 5: 19˚, equipped with the Fujikura Pro 70 shaft in X, S, R & M flexes.
Similar to the M1 driver and fairway, the M1 Rescue has been refined by extensive input from tour players.
It has a classic, Tour-inspired shape that enables increased playability from a variety of lies on the course.
In combination with 1.5 degree loft sleeve, the M1 Rescue also features two moveable weights (one 3g and one 25g) that can be set for neutral or fade bias to optimise shot shape and trajectory. Additionally, the M1 Rescue has a speed pocket, increases the size of the sweet spot and reducing spin.
It will also be available on 8th October at £199 in 4 lofts: 2: 17°, 19°, 21° & 24° and is equipped with a Fujikura Pro 80h shaft in X, S, R & M flexes and a 1.5 degree loft sleeve for additional adjustability.