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Hi everyone. I a new member to the forum and have been golfing since the mid 1970's. Had my handicap down to a 7.1 at the end of last year and this year it's risen up to a 14.1. Am having some back problems, but not letting it get me down. I went for my first golf fitting in February of this year, which I would recommend for anyone to try one time. It was fantastic, and about 2 hours of hitting balls with various clubs. Hit my clubs, then the Taylormade M2 and the Ping G. He used various shafts etc. Finally the fitter got me set on the Ping G's with a lightweight Stiff shaft, which is what I ordered. Still don't have them dialed in yet, although I have played a lot of golf this year. When I was all done he let me hit his PXG 7 iron, and what a club. Totally effortless hitting of a golf ball. The problem is that they are also very very expensive. Out of my league. Hope to learn a lot in the forums. Thanks.
Excellent set of Taylormade M2 irons 5-PW and a Taylormade M2 Tour Gap (A) wedge. I have taken individual pictures of the gap wedge and the 7 iron to show the difference between the M2 and M2 tour. The M2 Tour gap wedge blends seamlessly with the set and features slightly less offset than the standard M2 irons. These clubs have been upgraded to Project X 6.0 Graphite shafts and have Golf Pride Velvet Cord grips on the 5-PW and Golf Pride Z Cord grip on the Gap (A) wedge. They have been played approx. 12 rounds with range sessions in between. The faces show minimal normal wear and the soles have no rock chips or dings. Swingweight is D2 and the 5 iron measures 38.5" long. Images can be found here: http://imgur.com/a/R9Dtc Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org Asking $523 shipped OBO.
TaylorMade's Tour Diary for the Northern Trust Open -- kinda of interesting to see how many are gaming the M2 instead of the M1, and why.... Following a dramatic victory along the shores of the Monterey Peninsula by TaylorMade Tour staffer Vaughn Taylor, the tour truck headed south to Pacific Palisades and the historic Riviera Country Club, host of the Northern Trust Open since 1926. One of the players' favorite stops of the year, it was a busy week for the Tour team as the momentum of M has shown no signs of slowing down. This week, there are 46 M drivers in play (24 M2 & 22 M1), which is more Callaway, Ping, Nike, Bridgestone, Cobra, and PXG combined. Here are more notable equipment changes made by our Tour staffers this week: Dustin Johnson put new irons in play for the first time in 2 years. Dustin switched to PSi Tour due to increased consistency with flight and distance gaps. His misses are also performing more similar to his solid shots. DJ also switched out of his M1 driver to an M2. He originally didn't like the softer sound and feel of M2 but after weeks of testing on trackman, DJ couldn't deny the performance gains on off-center hits. Justin Rose is now fully M2 in driver, 3 and 5 woods. He was the earliest adopter of the M2 driver for the forgiveness. The fairways were initially too long for his gapping but he continued to test as he wanted the added forgiveness in his fairways as well. He ultimately went with higher loft and overall shorter club length to reach his desired distance gapping. Shawn Stefani has been playing an R11s since 2012. He switch to an M2 driver this week, which is a HUGE testament to its performance. The low back CG has helped Shawn achieve a more repeatable flight. Ball speeds and launch conditions were massively improved from his R11s and he was excited to tee it up with the new big stick at the Northern Trust. Ernie Els has been playing in Europe and arrived at Riviera with M2 driver, M1 3-wood, PSi Tour and a TP X '16 golf ball. He added a M1 5-wood for Riviera to hit it higher and land it softer on the expected rock hard greens that tend to firm up over the weekend. Retief Goosen switched out of his AeroBurner driver for an M2 9.5Â°. Ball speed was a little faster off the center,but M2 has far less drop off in ball speed with off-center shots compared to his Aeroburner. Brian Harman tested a number of M1 and M2 fairways this week. He opted for M2 for the forgiveness and the way the club interacted with the turf. M2 is longer than anything he's played so he can add additional loft, which ultimately makes it easier to hit consistently. John Huh introduced a PSi Tour/CB combo this week. John prefers the look and feel of PSi Tour (8-p), but plays 4-7 in the CB variation for added height and forgiveness with longer irons. He also put an M2 19Â° degree hybrid in the bag which he carries 225 yards with zero roll out, perfect for the firm Tour greens.