3 Reasons Why the TaylorMade M3 Should Be Your Next Driver

3 Reasons Why the TaylorMade M3 Should Be Your Next Driver

TaylorMade is back with another driver that is sure to dominate the market for at least the next year.  The M3 and M4 Drivers feature technology that is not only revolutionary, but cannot be found in any other clubs.  There is a reason why TaylorMade drivers are in more golf bags than any other brand and trust us when we say that you are going to love what TaylorMade has achieved with their latest driver.

 

There are two new driver options from TaylorMade – the M3, which is fully adjustable and the M4, which was designed to be extremely forgiving and boasts one of the largest sweet spots of any driver on the market.  Today we’re walking you through what makes the M3 Driver so incredible.  Here are three reasons why the TaylorMade M3 Should Be Your Next Driver.

 

Swing the TaylorMade M3 Driver & get custom fit at your local Austad’s Golf!

 

1. Twist Face Technology

Twist Face is TaylorMade’s newest driver technology and on the surface, the design seems totally counterintuitive to what should work.  Like the name implies, the face is actually twisted and the curves are designed to help correct the face angle on off-center hits.

 

What it does: The corrective face angles give you a straighter shot, especially on off-center hits.

 

TaylorMade Twist Face Technology

 

2. Hammerhead

First things first, let’s get this out of the way – Hammerhead is a really sweet name for golf club technology. It just sounds ridiculously cool.  Even cooler is what Hammerhead does for your drives.  Hammerhead is TaylorMade’s way of moving weight around the perimeter of the club, allowing them to create a lighter, more flexible face with an absolutely massive sweet spot.

 

What it does: The extra large sweet spot increases ball speed and forgiveness across the entire face, giving you longer, straighter drives.

 

TaylorMade Hammerhead Technology

 

3. Y-Track

The TaylorMade M3 Driver features a revolutionary Y-Track system, which is a simple and intuitive way to adjust your driver, allowing you to shape shots like a pro.  Five different settings allow you to set the M3 for Maximum Speed, Forgiveness, Fade or Draw.  You can also adjust for a high/low setting. 

 

What it does: The Y-Track system gives you full control over your driver, which allows you to play better, more confident golf.

 

TaylorMade Y-Track

 

Swing the TaylorMade M3 Driver & get custom fit at your local Austad’s Golf!

 

Want more info on the new TaylorMade M3 Driver?  Dave Austad and Master Club Fitter, Kyle Bailey walk you through what makes the M3 so special in today's golf club review:

 

 


 

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