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The M3 driver features TaylorMade's Twist Face technology—a new face curvature designed to reduce sidespin and produce straighter shots. How? Added loft in the high-toe and less loft in the low-heel promote more consistent spin in the exact locations where golfers tend to mis-hit.
The M3 driver also features TaylorMade's fresh take on their trademark weight track system. Adjust the two 11-gram weights towards the back portion of the Y-Track for superior control over draw and fade options, or you can split the weights evenly for ultimate forgiveness. In total, the new Y-Track allows for almost 1,100 possible settings. When you factor in the 12-way adjustable hosel, the M3 Driver can be set up 13,000 different ways—two times the potential set-ups of the 2017 M1 driver.
Key Features: Twist Face Technology; Hammerhead Slot; connected Y-Track weight system with 22 total grams of movable weight
The Bottom Line: "From the creation of the first metalwood in 1979, TaylorMade has established a legacy of breaking from tradition to reach new thresholds of performance. In 2018, we have once again uncovered a new frontier of driving potential with Twist Face technology—a radical departure from traditional driver-face design, engineered to correct for inherent human swing tendencies in real-time, giving golfers a tangible competitive advantage. Combining our new Y-Track and Hammerhead Slot, the new M3 driver offers our most technologically advanced driver ever." – Brian Bazzel, Vice President of TaylorMade Product Creation
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