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Continued from Taylor Made Press Release

M6 Rescue™ — Ultimate Versatility with a Twist

Rounding out the 2019 M6 series metalwoods is the M6 Rescue; TaylorMade’s longest and most versatile hybrid club to date. For the first time ever, the M6 Rescue incorporates Twist Face technology, following the lead of its fairway and driver siblings to produce longer and straighter shots across the face. As the face of the M6 Rescue is significantly smaller than that of the M6 driver, the face curvature is thus more pronounced. As a result, the two-tone crown has been meticulously designed to mask its increased curvature.

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The M6 Rescue features a low CG steel body construction with a stepped crown creating a lower CG and easy alignment. It also features a thinner and faster face for improved ball speed and overall distance. A redesigned more flexible Speed Pocket with a TPU slot insert that sits flush with the sole delivers a larger COR area with better off-center performance, especially on low-face strikes and improved turf interaction.

 

Specifications, Pricing & Availability

Available for preorder on January 18 and at retail on February 1, 2019 at an MSRP of $249 USD, the M6 Rescue will be offered in 3/19°, 4/22°, 5/25°, 6/28° and 7/31° lofts and come equipped with a Fujikura Atmos Orange HY shaft in 7 (S), 6 (R) or 5 (A). For women, the M6 Rescue will come in 4/22°, 5/25°, 6/28° and 7/31° 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.

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I'd struggle to pay $249/$399 for a hybrid or fairway wood with a made for shaft. I'd really think TM would want to avoid the perception of cutting corners. 

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