To complement the M1 Driver TaylorMade has completed the range with the M1 fairway wood and M1 hybrid, both of which continue the theme of adjusatbility that lets golfers fine tune the clubs for individual performance.
TaylorMade M1 Fairway Wood
The M1 Fairway echoes the design of the M1 driver and is TaylorMade's first multi-material designed fairway. Thanks to the use of the lighter carbon composite in the crown the M1 has 30g of total moveable weight, 5g more than in the R15 fairway.
Unlike the R15, which features only one weight, the extra 5g means the M1 fairway can use two 15g tungsten weights that are accommodated into the same Front Track system used in the M1 driver.
Using a torque wrench the weights will slide easily up and down the track allowing golfers to set the club up to promote either a fade or a draw with the minimum of fuss. The advantage of multiple weights is that they can also be split to either end of the track, which increases the clubs MOI meaning less ball speed is lost on off-centre hits.
Further adjustment is possible through the four degree loft sleeve on the M1 fairway which allows for a two degree increase or decrease in loft.
TaylorMade M1 Rescue Club
The M1 Rescue has been given the classic Tour-inspired shaping that will be familiar to TaylorMade rescue afficionado's and which gives the club increased playability from a variety of lies on the course.
The M1 Rescue is adjustable thanks to a combination of a 1.5 degree lofts sleeve and two moveable weights. The weights, one 3g and one 25g, allow for the club to be set for either a neutral of fade bias to optimise shot shape and trajectory.
The M1 Rescue has also been given a Speed Pocket that increases the size of the sweet spot to maintain ball speeds across the face and reduce spin for greater distance.
The M1 Rescue comes in 4 lofts of 17, 19, 21 and 24 degrees and is fitted with a Fujikura Pro 80h shaft.