TaylorMade's lineup of M drivers and fairway woods have been wildly successful, as evidenced by the ever-expanding list of tour pros who carry them in their bags. Some of the world's best drivers of the golf ball will be playing the all new TaylorMade M3 Driver and for good reason. The new M3 features a sweet of ground breaking technology and revolutionary club design. The most notable break through is Twist Face.
Twist Face is TaylorMade's new corrective face curvature, which helps mishits fly farther and straighter. Twist Face's toe is aimed farther right and lofted up in comparison the center of the face. Conversely, the heel aims farther left and has less loft than the center of the club face. Twist Face actively combats the low-left toe strike and the high-right heel strike.
Also new to the M3/M4 is the Hammerhead slot. The outside of the slot is reinforced, allowing for a thinner, lighter, more flexible face. This results in a larger sweet spot. The center of the Hammerhead slot helps generate higher ball speed and lower spin.
The M3 sets a new standard in adjustability with TaylorMade's aptly named Y track system. The Y track features two 11 gram weights that move without restriction and cannot set up for draw/fade/high/low ball flight personalization. Moving the weights to the back of the Y creates a forgiving draw or fade. Splitting the weights spells ultimate forgiveness.
The new M3 is long, forgiving and fully customizable, but that's a claim every manufacturer makes. TaylorMade and only TaylorMade can say they make a driver that actively corrects mishits.
The TaylorMade M3 Driver Features:
- Twist Face new face curvature
- Corrective face angle actively corrects mishits
- Hammerhead slot reinforces the face and adds forgiveness
- Speed pocket increases ball speed and decreases spin
- Y track sole for ultimate ball flight personalization
- Mitsubishi Chemical Tensei shaft offerings
- Lamkin UTx cord .600 grip
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