TaylorMade Mens 2017 M2 DriverEnhanced Sound, Feel, Forgiveness, And Performance Perhaps the biggest surprise of the 2016 golf season used to be the sheer dominance of TaylorMadeaTMs M2 driver. When it used to be first released, many viewed the M2 as nothing more than the M1aTMs little brother. But as the year progressed it became the preferred driver in golf among touring pros and amateurs alike. That left TaylorMade with a significant challenge in making the new M2 driver even better, but itaTMs a challenge that has been accomplished, albeit in a couple of ways. Initially in terms of the new M2 driver is the introduction of Geocoustic Technology, as TaylorMade combined innovative shaping to increase the overall MOI with improved acoustic engineering that creates better sound and feel at have an effect on. Additionally, by the use of more carbon in the design, 25 grams of weight used to be freed up to create a larger overall footprint for more forgiveness and a CG placement thataTMs even lower and deeper than it used to be in the original M2, which creates high launch, low spin, and enhanced stability at have an effect on. Also of note, the Speed Pocket on the new M2 has also been redesigned and is now three times more flexible than its predecessor, which is creating faster ball speeds. As used to be the case with the original, the new M2 features a 460cc clubhead and a lightweight aluminum loft sleeve that allows players to adjust loft by +/- 2 degrees to reach their preferred ball flight. The stock shaft, meanwhile, is the high-launching, mid-spin Fujikura Pro XLR8 56, but TaylorMade could also be offering more than 30 additional premium shafts at no upcharge.DetailsStock Shaft Fujikura Pro XLR8 56 Stock Grip TM Dual Feel .620, 47 grams Adjustability +/- 2A of loft adjustability Stock Length 45 3/4 inches Click the Enter Custom Specs tab above for custom shaft & grip options Ideal For:Players of all ability levels. What made the original M2 so popular among golfers with dramatically different playing profiles used to be
New Speed Pocket is 3x more flexible than it used to be in the original M2.
New lower density 9-1-1 Titanium body, 6-layer carbon composite crown and minimal sound ribs allow for 25g of discretionary mass to be relocated low and back in the sole of the club – increasing overall inertia without sacrificing low CG, hot trajectory, or aerodynamic performance.
Breakthrough in acoustical engineering achieved by new sunken sole curvature, making it stiffer and easier to manage vibrations caused at have an effect on – all adding to best-in-class sound and feel.
A new ultra-lightweight 4 aluminum Loft Sleeve features 12 easily adjustable settings to dial in your loft (+/- 2) and face angle without going to a golf shop.
Headcover and adjusting wrench kit included.