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  1. Here's the bag, June 2019 Callaway Rogue SZ 9*, PX Even Flow T1100 white 6.5, 68g Callaway Rogue SZ 15* 3W, PX Even Flow T1100 white 6.5, 76g TM P790 3 iron, PX 6.0 Titleist 690.MB 5-P, PX 6.0 - old school lofts. Plays 6-G in modern lofts. I've actually taken the 3,4 irons out after a few rounds. Don't really need them. Cleveland RTX4 54*, DG S400 TM HITOE 58*, KBS Scotty Cameron Pro Platinum Newport 2 Titleist ProV1 Jones Golf Utility Stand Bag, Navy Look at that offset!
  2. Please use this thread for all discussions, impressions and reviews of the new version of the TP5 & TP5x golf balls from TaylorMade The new TP5 and TP5x golf balls will be available at retail on February 15th. NEW SPEED-LAYER SYSTEM The new Speed-Layer System is comprised of four increasingly stiff layers to produce more ball speed. The result is more carry distance off the tee, more control in the wind, and more spin around the greens. NEW HIGH-FLEX MATERIAL (HFM) The 2019 TP5/TP5x feature a new material called HFM—delivering for higher ball speed through a greater rebound effect. HFM acts like a tightly wound spring that builds energy and rebounds quickly, generating more ball speed.
  3. Today, I was greeted with a lovely Taylormade iron box. I walked into the door and saw the box and immediately asked my wife what it was. She replied with, "I don't know. You tell me?" I started going through my mind about all of the searches I've done recently. I got scared I pocket purchased a club on accident. I replied with, "I swear babe. I haven't bought anything. Especially with out telling you first." I opened the box and saw the below beauty sitting there. I picked up the card and was surprised to see I had been selected based on my response to a post. If I'm being perfectly honest, I can't even remember submitting anything to win the club. But none the less, I'm thankful for the opportunity. Based on my initial thoughts of looking down at the club at address, it's nice. I don't have a feeling of oh shoot I have to be good to game these. The wide top line provides the confidence. The top line doesn't seem overly wide though. I'm a single digit handicapper right now and I could easily see myself gaming an entire bag of these. RANT INCOMING: (I really don't understand why most golfers want to have Blades. I get the allure of the sleek nature of the irons, but from a performance standpoint, if you can't put little round wear marks in your irons, I really don't believe blades is best. I know there can be outliers, but double digit handis definitely shouldn't be gaming blades. The point of irons isn't to look the best while you're at address. Save looking good for apparel. I'd rather have an iron that performs amazing but doesn't look the greatest. I understand the point of look good feel good though). In the coming weeks, I plan on providing my unbiased review of this iron. I'm currently gaming the Taylormade PSI irons. We'll see how big of a difference a couple years makes for technology. I love the feel of the PSI's when I flush them. It seriously feels like butter when cutting through the ball and the grass. Coming from the S55's, it's amazing the difference in feel and forgiveness.
  4. Hey everyone! new member/first post here so bear with me! Callaway (unknown model) Grey Goose stand bag (looks awesome, purchased from PlayItAgain) Cobra F7 Driver - Stiff 60g Fukijura shaft - Garfield "Born 2 Birdie" Headcover Callaway Rouge 3 wood - Adila Synergy Regular shaft Cobra F7 5 wood - Regular Fukijura shaft - My old Callaway Diablo 3 wood Headcover TaylorMade TP Rescue 4/22* - I'm not sure how old this is, I am in the market for something new Cobra F8 Iron set 5-GW - Regular flex TrueTemper XP90 shafts Ping Tour-S 54*/12* bounce wedge - KBS Tour Shaft Adams Tom Watson 58*/8* bounce wedge - Adams branded shaft Tommy Armour Impact #3 Putter - 35" Black painted shaft I think the next things to be replaced are the Rescue, then the wedges, then the driver. I also have the 38" Counterbalanced TA putter I have used twice if anyone is interested! Enjoy the pictures:
  5. https://mygolfspy.com/2019-taylormade-m5-m6-drivers-fairways-hybrids/ Please use this thread for all discussion, impressions and reviews of these clubs PRESS Release From TaylorMade TAKING SPEED TO THE LIMIT, TAYLORMADE GOLF COMPANY BREAKS BOUNDARIES WITH THE UNVEILING OF M5 & M6 METALWOODS Pushing Engineering Boundaries Like Never Before, Speed Injected Twist Face Takes Performance to Unsurpassed Levels with the Next Generation of M Technology CARLSBAD, Calif. (January 3, 2019) – TaylorMade Golf, the industry leader in product innovation, technology and performance and makers of the #1 Driver in Golf™ for seventeen consecutive years, announced today the next generation of the globally successful line of its M metalwoods, highlighted by the all-new M5 & M6 drivers, fairways and hybrids. Speed Injected Twist Face – a new Twist on Twist Face™ In 2018, TaylorMade engineers developed a new path to performance with Twist Face technology. To counteract the high-toe miss (a hook), the driver face was modified open (loft increased & face opened) on the high-toe to help straighten ball flight. Similarly, to counteract the low-heel miss (a slice) the driver face was modified closed to de-loft and close the face in the low heel area. In 2019, TaylorMade has taken Twist Face to the next level of performance with the introduction of Injected Twist Face technology, exposing the false narrative that speed limits have been reached in a metalwood. There are four key features to the design of Speed Injected Twist Face that allow TaylorMade to maximize ballspeed, working in unison to allow every M5 & M6 driver to be precision-tuned with a new, rigorous process to maximize speed to the allowable limit. 1. Ultra-thin Titanium face with redesigned Inverted Cone Technology (ICT) 2. Reengineered, more-flexible Hammerhead 2.0 slot 3. Internal support foam with variable amounts of injected resin 4. A proprietary algorithm to tune each head Every M5 & M6 driver head is inspected, measured, and tuned for maximum speed and to ensure conformity; a process truly unmatched in the golf industry. Whereas current drivers have a level of variation from one to the next, TaylorMade’s new engineering and development processes effectively deliver a level of precision that ensures every golfer gets a hot & fast driver head. The drivers have been designed with a thinner, more flexible face, in fact, initially designed above the legal limit before going through the tuning process, a process in which resin is injected to ensure maximum speed for each head. The injection process utilizes two new tuning ports on the face of the driver (both M5 & M6 models) and a proprietary algorithm to ensure the appropriate amount of resin is used, systematically dialing in the speed for each driver face. A significant benefit of the thinner, faster face design is that it provides the M5 and M6 drivers with faster off-center COR, effectively increasing forgiveness. The new face design is optimized with up to a 20% reduction in thickness that results in a 66% larger sweetspot in the M5 drivers over the M3 and more than 100% larger than the original M1 in 2015. M5 & M5 Tour Drivers Highlighting TaylorMade’s next generation of M metalwood performance are the M5 & M5 Tour drivers, designed from the sole up to be the highest-performing drivers in company history. In addition to Twist Face and Speed Injected technologies, TaylorMade has also incorporated numerous additional technologies to take performance levels to unprecedented levels. Aesthetically, a new vibrant blood orange color and two-tone composite sole make for a visually stunning product that draws immediate attention and has drawn rave reviews from our Tour staff. Inverted T-Track TaylorMade first shifted the paradigm of adjustability with the introduction of the original TTrack in the M1 driver. In subsequent models in 2017 & 2018, the sliding weight system evolved into the Y-Track, which allowed for more than 1,000 unique CG configurations, which more than doubled the number attainable in the 2017 M1. In the M5 & M5 Tour drivers, a new Inverted T-Track makes personalization more intuitive and simplified than ever and allows the golfer more precise CG adjustability with 1770 unique CG configurations; made possible through the allowance of 20 grams (two 10g weights) of movable weight to be utilized for both the benefit of heel to toe control as well as front to back CG adjustment. Though there are 1770 unique settings, the adjustability process has been made incredibly intuitive with high/low & draw/fade settings. The front-to-back CG shift allows the golfer to fine-tune their ball flight through launch angle and backspin. The flat curvature of the front/back track provides the lowest CG possible regardless which weight setting fits the golfer best; this promotes high launch and low spin in any of the M5’s weight configurations. It also provides a wide range of MOI options—position both weights all the way forward for the lowest CG projection to maximize speed with very low spin, push the weights all the way back into both sections of the Inverted T-Track and maximize MOI and ballspeed protection on mishits. The result gives the golfer up to one degree of launch angle and 600rpm of spin change as well as 25 yards of left-to-right adjustability. For even further personalization, the 2° loft sleeve allows for the adjustment of the loft, lie angle and face angle of the driver; and when combined with the Inverted T-Track, makes the M5 the company’s most customizable driver in company history. Carbon Composite Crown & Sole TaylorMade’s composite technology has been in development for more than fifteen years. In the M5 & M6 drivers and fairways, TaylorMade ushers in the 4th consecutive generation of its carbon composite technology. TaylorMade engineers were able to incorporate composite panels that continue to unlock performance with a more efficient mass distribution compared to a traditional metalwood construction. The use of composite crown and sole panels save weight from the traditional construction of drivers and fairways. This increased discretionary weight is used to create an optimized center of gravity to deliver a hotter trajectory with increased forgiveness. The 2019 M5 & M6 have also increased the overall composite crown footprint by 10% M5 Tour Driver Following the success and increased demand for a sub-460 cc version over the last three years, the M5 will again be available in a smaller model – the M5 Tour. Featuring the same Speed Injected technology as the M5 driver, the M5 Tour driver utilizes a compact 435cc head with optimized aerodynamics for improved workability and maximum clubhead speed. While retaining all of the same key technologies as its larger 460cc counterpart, the M5 Tour driver is designed for the player who seeks more workability with less spin and prefers a more compact look at address. Specifications, Availability & Pricing Available for preorder on January 18 and at retail on February 1, 2019 at an MSRP of $549.99 USD, the M5 driver will be offered in 9°, 10.5° and 12° lofts. The M5 Tour driver will be available on March 1, 2019 also at an MSRP of $549.99 and is available in 9° and 10.5° lofts. Both the M5 & M5 Tour come equipped with a newly redesigned, streamlined headcover and premium components; either a Mitsubishi CK Tensei Orange 60 and Project X’s new HZRDUS Smoke 70 shaft with numerous additional shaft options available at no additional cost. The stock grip is the MCC Decade grip from Golf Pride. M6 & M6 D-Type Drivers — Injected for a New Level of Speed Complementing the M5 driver are the M6 and M6 D-Type drivers, which, like the M5, are injected to the maximum legal level of speed. Injected Twist Face delivers a hot, yet accurate performance package in the new M6 driver. When you add optimized CG and MOI through the use of a full carbon crown and sole, the result is a complete driver that delivers on all fronts. " — Brian Bazzel, Vice President, Product Creation Speed Injected Twist Face Like the M5, each M6 driver head is individually speed tested and injected with tuning resin to optimize COR across the entire face and deliver maximum ball speed and distance. The heel and toe ports in the driver face have allowed TaylorMade to maximize speed across the entire face in every driver created, delivering to each golfer a boundary-pushing fast & hot driver head. The M6 also features Twist Face technology, which, like last year’s M3 & M4 drivers and this year’s M5 driver, provides more loft in the high toe and less loft in the low-heel to produce more consistent spin where golfers commonly mis-hit. The face of the M6 driver is also slightly taller (1mm) than the M5. Aerodynamic Carbon Sole Design with ‘Inertia Generator’ Featuring the same 6-layer carbon composite crown as the M5 driver, the 2019 M6 drivers adds a complete carbon fiber sole, allowing for significantly more discretionary weight to be used elsewhere in the clubhead – as much as 54% more than its predecessor, the M4. With the weight savings, engineers were able to create a sleek, aerodynamic shape inclusive of the new ‘inertia generator.’ The inertia generator houses the additional discretionary weight extremely low and back for maximum forgiveness while lowering the CG compared to previous models. The M6 D-Type driver brings the same performance features found in the M6 driver into a draw-biased, easy-to-launch package. TaylorMade engineers have utilized a combination of technologies to create a significant amount of draw bias to help golfers prevent a right miss. The key feature is the optical engineering that creates a high-contrast topline masking configured to make the face angle appear more open than the actual face angle, resulting in the golfer returning a more closed face at impact. In addition, the center of gravity is moved slightly toward the heel to further aid in delivering a square clubface to the golf ball. The combination of these features provides the M6 D-Type driver up to 20 yards more draw bias than the standard M6 driver. Specifications, Pricing & Availability Available for preorder on January 18 and at retail on February 1, 2019 at an MSRP of $499.99 USD, the M6 and M6 D-Type drivers will be offered in 9°, 10.5° and 12° (RH only) lofts. The M6 driver has two stock shaft options from Fujikura, the high launching Atmos Orange 5 and a lower-launching Atmos Black 6 in S-, R- and A-flexes. The M6 D-Type comes equipped with a Project X EvenFlow Max Carry 45 shaft in 6.0 (S), 5.5 (R) and 5.0 (A). For women, the M6 and M6 D-Type drivers will be offered in 10.5° and 12° lofts (RH only) and come equipped with TaylorMade’s Tuned Performance 45g L flex shaft. The stock men’s grip is the Lamkin Dual Feel grip and the stock ladies grip is the Lamkin Comfort Plus Dual Feel grip. Both drivers are available with numerous additional shaft options at no additional cost.
  6. Now that it's no longer part of the Adidas family, TaylorMade has teamed with Peter Millar to enter the performance apparel line. I suppose it will be a way to get it's name on any staffers who may not have an apparel deal. INTRODUCING TAYLORMADE PERFORMANCE APPAREL Premium apparel designed by Peter Millar for TaylorMade is engineered to enhance your game and elevate your style on and off the course. Available exclusively at taylormadegolf.com. EXPLORE THE COLLECTION THE COLLABORATION This collection reflects the essence of both brands delivering performance, style, and comfort that all golfers demand. SHOP NOW THE ULTIMATE BLEND OF PERFORMANCE AND STYLE Our collection features premium fabric and sophisticated styling with performance-enhancing benefits like four-way stretch, moisture-wicking, odor control, shape retention, wrinkle resistance, UPF 50+ sun protection and easy-care. SHOP NOW UPGRADE YOUR CLUBS CUSTOMIZE YOUR CLUBS PERSONALIZE YOUR GEAR FIND A RETAILER
  7. Club is in very good condition. Comes with head cover and loft adjustment tool as well.
  8. Driver - Ping G410 9°, Projext X Evenflow Black 75 6.5 3W (Changing soon)- TaylorMade M1 2017 HL 17°, Kuro Kage Stiff Hybrid - TaylorMade SLDR 21° Fujikara Speeder 82 Stiff Irons - Callaway Apex Pro 16 (4-GW), KBS Tour 120 Wedges - Callaway Mack Daddy Fordged: 54° and 56° (Bent to 58°), KBS Wedge Putter - TaylorMade Spider Mini 36” Ball - Vice Pro
  9. Well, this is my first ever time doing a WITB but here it is. Driver- Ping G400 10.5* Stiff Alta CB Shaft Wood- Ping G400 5W 17.5* Stiff Alta CB Shaft Hybrid- Cobra F8 One Length 22* Regular Shaft Irons- 5-AW Taylormade P790 UST Recoil 760 F3 w Smac Wrap Wedges- 58/12 RTX 2.0 64/6 RTX 4 (Might change as the year goes along) Putter- Odyssey O Works #1 34" And now for the pictures:
  10. 2016 Taylormade M2 9.5* head only. Beautiful shape with no scratches or marks on the crown or face. There is minor sole wear from normal use and tee contact. Hard to find in this good of shape! SOLD
  11. Loft: 10.5 Degree Shaft: Graphite / Fujikura Atmos Red 6 X-Flex (Stock Shaft) Graphite/Oban Kiyoshi White 65 Grams Stiff Flex {Exotic Shaft} Length: Standard Grip: Golf Pride Midsize Headcover: M4 Standard Headcover/Oban Limited Edition Headcover Wrench: Included Headweight: Stock weight/Additional 10 Gram weight Condition: Demo/Tour Van condition (slight imperfections} All items shown in the pictures are included as a bundle. All stock items and exotic items included for $375 (does not include shipping) Message me or email me on Murfsurfandturfphotography@hotmail.com
  12. POWERED BY M5 DRIVER & '19 TP5 GOLF BALL, RORY MCILROY CAPTURES THE PLAYERS CHAMPIONSHIP TITLE WITH FULL BAG OF TAYLORMADE PRODUCT McIlroy's 15th career PGA TOUR victory is the 3rd win on Tour for TaylorMade’s New M5 & M6 Drivers featuring the company’s ground-breaking Injected Twist Face technology; also second win in three weeks for new Spider X putter WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW: As he has since the Tournament of Champions in Kapalua, Rory has continued to play a 9° M5 Driver, of which he's found remarkable success this season. At TPC Sawgrass, Rory averaged 305 yards off the tee for the tournament - good for fifth in the field. In addition to the M5 driver, McIlroy also games a 19° M5 titanium fairway, which he put into play the same week he added the M5 driver to the bag - in Kapalua. Rory's first PGA TOUR win of the season is the 4th win for the new 2019 TP5/x golf ball - joining Johnson (x2) and Fowler as staffers who've won playing it. Rory's preferred golf ball is the is the '19 TP5, stamped #22. Working diligently to find his putting stroke heading into the season's first major championship, McIlroy added the new Spider X putter to his equipment arsenal this season and the results have been impressive. This week, he carded 21 birdies or better en route to victory. His win is the second on the PGA TOUR with the company's newest putter; joining the winner of the Honda Classic. Having played the Milled Grind Wedges since first joining Team TaylorMade, Rory's setup has remained fairly consistent throughout the year This week, he opted for the Milled Grind Raw in 48°, complementing it with 54° & 60° Milled Grind Hi-Toe wedges. With the win, McIlroy will elevate to #4 in the OWGR and is set to be a #1 seed at the WGC-Dell Match Play next week. Additional Statistics of Note: Ranked first in strokes gained: total (13.924) Ranked first in strokes gained: tee to green (3.316) Ranked second in strokes gained: off the tee (5.309) Ranked T3 in greens in regulation (58/72 - 80.56%) Ranked fifth in driving distance (305 yards) M5 Driver | 9° M5 Fairway | 19° P790 2-iron P750 irons | (3-4) P730 irons | (5-9) Milled Grind Wedge | 48° MG Hi-Toe Wedges | 54°& 60° Spider X Putter 2019 TP5 Golf Ball | #22
  13. Driver: Mizuno GT 180 (10.5°, Kuru Kage Silver Series X Flex) Fairway Wood: Nike Covert 2.0 Tour (15° Kuru Kage S Flex, sometimes 17°) Driving Iron: Titleist 716 TMB 2 iron (KBS C Taper Lite X Flex) Irons: Cobra Amp Cell Pro Irons (4-PW, Dynamic Gold S-300) Wedges: Callaway X Forged (54°, 58°, Project X) Titleist Vokey (64°,) Putter: Nike Method 001 (34 inch, Ping Blackout) Ball: Taylormade TP5x
  14. POWERED BY M5 DRIVER & '19 TP5X GOLF BALL, DUSTIN JOHNSON CAPTURES WGC-MEXICO CHAMPIONSHIP Johnson's 21st career victory is the second global win for TaylorMade’s New M5 & M6 Drivers featuring the company’s ground-breaking Injected Twist Face technology; joins stablemate Tiger Woods as only players to win same WGC event three times. WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW: After gaming the M6 driver en route to victory at the Saudi International last month, Johnson made the switch into a 10.5° M5 driver after seeing more ball speed and less spin in recent testing sessions. Per usual, he has it equipped with his favorite Fujikura Speeder Evolution 661 X Tour Spec 2.0 shaft. In addition to the M5 driver, DJ also recently added a 15° M5 fairway to his bag, armed with Project X's HZRDUS Black X shaft; the same shaft he carried in his fairway(s) last season. Dustin’s second victory of the season is the third win for the new 2019 TP5/x golf ball (Johnson & Fowler); DJ’s preferred golf ball is the '19 TP5x, stamped #1. Like last season, DJ continues to play the P730 DJ Proto irons in 4-PW. As he has for most of his recent career, DJ has them equipped with True Temper's Dynamic Gold X100 shafts. A major proponent of the MG wedges, Dustin opted for 52° & 60° lofts this week in addition to a 64° Hi-Toe. As usual, he has them equipped with his trusted KBS Tour 120S shafts. Johnson has found remarkable success with the Spider Tour over the last few years, using it to escalate him to #1 in the World. With his win in Mexico, he is expected to elevate to #2 in the OWGR and has the potential to once again claim the #1 position the following week. With the victory, Johnson continues his remarkable streak of winning at least one PGA TOUR event to 12 consecutive seasons, the longest active streak on Tour. DUSTIN JOHNSON'S WINNING BAG AT THE WGC-MEXICO CHAMPIONSHIP: M5 Driver | 10.5° | Fujikura Speeder Evolution 661 X Tour Spec 2.0 M5 Fairway | 15° | Project X HZRDUS Black 6.5 X P790 | 3 iron | Dynamic Gold X100 P730 DJ Proto Irons | 4-PW | Dynamic Gold X100 Milled Grind Wedges | 52° & 60° and 64° Hi-Toe | KBS Tour 120S Spider Tour Black Putter | SuperStroke Pistol GT 1.0 2019 TP5x Golf Ball (#1)
  15. https://mygolfspy.com/2019-taylormade-m5-m6-drivers-fairways-hybrids/ Please use this thread for all discussion, impressions and reviews of these clubs
  16. https://mygolfspy.com/2019-taylormade-m5-m6-drivers-fairways-hybrids/ Please use this thread for all discussion, impressions and reviews of these clubs
  17. I have three (3) driver shafts up for grabs. All are standard length (one was lengthened to standard), TaylorMade adapters, and Golf Pride MCC +4 grips in great shape. All prices include shipping to the continental US. Can discuss prices if you are elsewhere. I will entertain all serious offers and I can supply more photos on request. PM me with any questions, concerns, offers! Fujikura Motore Speeder VC 6.3 Tour Spec X-Flex - $110 $90 Used maybe 2 rounds. Got it from a friend, didn't like the feel. Aldila Rogue Silver MSI 110 70-3.1 S-Flex - $100 $75 Used approx. 15 rounds by me. Came with a used driver I bought. This has been lengthened by approx. 3/4" Fujikura Pro 60 S-Flex - $75 SOLD I only used this on the range. Another pick up from a friend, launches a bit too high for my liking.
  18. For Sale: Taylormade P790s 4-PW, X100s (straight in, not tipped). MSRP: $1214.50 Sale Price: $799.99 (plus shipping cost) Order Details: Lie Angle: 2.5° flat Length: 1/4" short of standard Loft: Ordered these 2 degrees weak in Loft (didn't like the super strong lofts as these irons are already plenty long!) 4 Iron: 23 5 Iron: 25.5 6 Iron: 28.5 7 Iron: 32.5 8 Iron: 37 9 Iron: 42 PW: 47 (adjusted to 46°) I ordered these directly from Taylormade and have a copy of the order receipt. Condition: 9.9 out of 10 I played 3 rounds with these irons and took them to the range once. Irons are in great shape and the only irons I hit at the range were the 6, 7, and PW a few times (see pictures). I currently have AP2s and Callaway Apex Pros, and these were much easier to hit. They are incredibly forgiving for a players iron, and have a great shape. I'm looking to sell these because I don't need the extra distance and I have 3 sets of irons currently . The awesome thing about these irons is not losing hardly any distance with mishits, they are very easy to hit. Contact me via text: 715-225-8048 Payment: PayPal Only
  19. Such an exciting time of year, more than a handful of irons hitting or about to hit the market. Which one(s) have you reaching for your wallet? Me? it's a tough one, but I'd have to say the Srixon 585/785, closely followed by the PING 210. But I certainly wouldn't pass up a chance to try the new JPX Forged or Hot Metals
  20. Excellent condition TaylorMade 2017 M2 Tour 15 Degree 3 Wood head only. I purchased this and played it for a while but later found a 16.5HL that fitted my trajectory better so I'm letting this go. As you can see from the pictures it's in great shape and has no pop up marks or scratches on the crown. Face has normal use and sole is in great shape. Comes with a headcover but it's from the 2017 M1 fairway wood. Headcover is clean but faded from the sun. SOLD
  21. What is this madness I keep seeing on the Twitter? GAPR LO GAPR MID GAPR HI When will we know more about these?!
  22. Hi all. I'm new here. Largely drawn to the site due to the fact that this is one of the most truthful, "down-to-Earth" golfing forums I could find (I'm being forcibly humble here, it is easily the best). Product reviews remind me somewhat of Top Gear, but without the cars, the same people, the studio, the guest sections and add golf. So it's not like Top Gear at all. Trust me, I know what I mean. Blunt, unbiased feedback. Anywho, this brings me onto my question for the day. I am relatively new to the game, and I am 19 years old. I am also, like 98% of new golfers, now in the market for a set of game-improving irons. Looking to go even more mainstream than that, and grab myself something TaylorMade too. Been looking at both the TM Speedblade, and the TM M2 irons. I am unsure as to which one I should purchase. Everything I can find on the Speedblade says they are very good, and everything I can find on the M2 says they are very good also. But, I'm not sure whether due to technological advancements, what is a "very good" club now, would have been a "stupidly incredible amazing" club if they'd been around at the same time as the Speedblade clubs. So, I am curious if anyone has hit both and to let me know some key differences/recommendations, or if anybody has some key points in regards to these two irons also. Please keep money/cost out of the equation. Regardless of which I purchase, I'll be taking the same lessons at the same course with the same trainer. Just curious which clubs would carry more benefit for me. Regards, and thanks for reading my novel, Daniel.
  23. Up for sale is a 2017 M1 3 Wood. Will split 3 wood head, and shaft. Motivated seller. MAKE SOME OFFERS. Thanks for looking 1.) Tour Issue M1 9.5* (9.5/10) Used 3 rounds Loft: 9.9 Face angel: 1.5* open Came from Will Peoples No wrench, will come with sock cover $old 2.) 2017 M1 16.5 3 Wood Ad-Iz 8tx Used half season, slight mark on top line, not bad from address, will show in pics standard length, and tipping Has OEM Head cover, no wrench Shaft is sold $old HEAD- $45 OBO
  24. Been gaming the Taylormade TP5X ball for about 2 months now and am really liking it a lot. Long off the tee with a good solid feel. Doesn't feel too hard and performs well. Had been playing the 2016 ProV1x prior. We all know they feel great and green side control is amazing. Better than the Tp5x. I wonder if the TP5 performs better on the greens. Here's a look at the cores and inner layers of the two side by side. Pretty interesting.
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