As a recreational golfer attempting to learn and enjoy the beautiful game, I had certain expectations from my driver club. I wanted it to compensate for my lack of skill, offer a full range of adjustability, and finally, just feel right in my hands. In TaylorMade M1 460cc Driver I find all these three qualities.
Who can use the TaylorMade M1 460cc Driver?
The TaylorMade M1 460cc Driver is practically for anyone wanting a versatile golf driver. Players who want something new that improves their drive, but are not willing to risk walking into the unknown will find the M1 460cc driver to their liking.
The driver comes with a unique design, but the makers have used the tried and tested materials to create it. Furthermore, both recreational and experienced golfers will love the driver. Dustin Johnson using the TaylorMade M1 460cc Driver to win his first major last year sealed the driver’s place as one of the best in the market for golfers.
Introducing the TaylorMade M1 460cc Driver
TaylorMade set out to create a driver that would offer both the recreational and tour players the distance and feel they most wanted from their club. The TaylorMade M1 460cc driver fulfills this objective and offers something more.
The TaylorMade M1 Driver is available in four lofts: 8.5, 9.5, 10.5, and 12. The left-handers have just the 9.5 and 10.5 to choose. The M1 comes with a head size of 460cc and a stock length of 45.5 inches. The users also get to choose from a dozen premium shafts. The incredible amount of customization available in the TaylorMade M1 460cc Driver makes it a good fit for players of all skill levels and experience.
Unique design with tried and tested materials
Brilliant design gives TaylorMade a great look
Incredible amount of customization available
Higher launch and improved ball flight
Lower spinning head of 460cc
Price too high for an average golfer
Too many adjustments
Some adjustments don’t add to the performance
Features and Benefits
Unique Design: The materials used in the making of the TaylorMade M1 460cc Driver are not new, as they have been around for nearly three decades. The M1 driver is unique because of the way the materials are combined and integrated.
Innovate to Improve Performance: To improve the launch conditions, the makers have reduced the weight of the crown by adding lightweight carbon composite. The extra weight has been moved to the sole thereby lowering its center of gravity.
T-Track Sole: The lightweight carbon composite saves 5 grams; that has been transferred to the T-Track sole. The T-Track features two sliding weights; the 15-gram left to right and the 10-gram front to back. The sliding weight can be adjusted to create a draw or fade, adjust the launch angle, and also change the center of gravity.
Combination: The 15 positions that the back sliding track and the 18 positions the front track give combine to offer 270 combinations. If you also add the four lofts (for right-handed players) and 12 adjustable hosel settings, the options swell up to 12,960.
The TaylorMade M1 460cc Driver lives up to the hype that was created around it. It offers nearly endless adjustments that suit both recreational and tour players, it’s long and comfortable, and has excellent trajectory and ball flight. The TaylorMade M1 460cc Driver is truly for everyone.