Golf Gear – TaylorMade M3 & M4 First Look!

Golf Gear – TaylorMade M3 & M4 First Look! by PuttsAround

In today Golf Gear, David discusses the TaylorMade M3 & M4 driver that were just shown for the first time this week.. He shares what information has been collected through reps, sites, and forums and presents the most up to date information about the the TaylorMade M3 and TaylorMade M4 drivers.

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14 Comments

  1. I don’t like neigh saying on videos as it’s just rude most of the time but the MC Hammer thing was annoying the first time let alone the tenth….

  2. M3 it's a better option based on the twist head in the M3. I think must amateur players struggle with pure paths when they realize true impact.

  3. These are the ugliest drivers have ever seen I like the M1 and M2 but this just takes ugly to a completely new level

  4. I think the golfers would benefit more from getting their current drivers reshafted with later generation graphite.

  5. I went from 2016 M2 to 2017 M2 back to 2016 M2. I would go for the 2018 M4. I do like the M1's & M3. The new drivers look great!

  6. Nice video, looks like the M3 M4 will be more like the M1 M2 line where they both share the same technology but One has the adjustable weights/track system and the other does not. Good point on more tour players using the M2 also, that could not have been good for TM. Keep up the good work.

  7. UPDATE- *TWIST FACE* From what I understand, the twist face is a "new" take on roll and bulge to help with toe and heel strikes, essentially trying to offset the gear effect of those strikes. The first reviews seem to confirm this, but I'm waiting for Taylormade to respond. #DontHoldYourBreath 😉

    ❗FYI❗The Cobra drivers have been using a similar a technology since the AMP driver back in 2012!! And it's in the F8 as well. (They called it canted bulge – google it) 😀

    To wrap up – what was a headline in 2012 for Cobra and is now a footnote in the F8 is Taylormade's "Revolutionary Tech". It may be the best driver of 2018 and am excited to test it out course and with dry ball data. But as an independent reviewer, I'm going to give you all the info I know and let you make your own decision.

    Share your thoughts!

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