Discover Golf : February 2016
25 discovergolf.com.au Similar to the composition of M1, the use of TaylorMade’s carbon composite crown design in the M2 driver has resulted in a significant decrease in overall crown weight and with that, engineers have been able to lower the CG considerably. The total weight savings of 5g creates enough discretionary weight savings to generate a remarkably hot trajectory with maximised forgiveness. Whereas the savings in weight in the M1 was used to develop the company’s revolutionary T-Track System, the combination of the carbon crown with titanium casting technology in the M2 driver has enabled engineers to move the CG into a position of simultaneous speed and forgiveness. TaylorMade M2 Driver in store WHAT’S NEW by TaylorMade Golf VIDEO TaylorMade Golf Company Completes M Family With Introduction Of M2 FEATURES & BENEFITS Inverted Cone Technology To increase the size of the high- COR area of the clubface. Design Aesthetics The M2 driver head is designed with a classic club head shape and fast, aggressive aesthetics where the black carbon meets the white titanium. Redesigned Speed Pocket Allows for greater face flexion than with a traditional, more rigid connection. More flexibility means greater energy transfer at impact made low on the face and thus, more protection of ball speed. Personalisation The 12 position loft sleeve of the M2 driver provides up to four degrees of loft adjustment.