TaylorMade M1 Driver Review


The all-new M1 driver takes multi-material construction to the next level to deliver distance, forgiveness and complete personalization. Featuring a new 6-layer carbon crown and additional carbon toe panel, the 2017 M1 driver has 43% more carbon than last year’s model. The additional focus on multi-material construction saves weight to enable lower CG for better launch conditions and allows for an expanded T-Track for improved adjustability.

TaylorMade engineers relied on proven internal acoustic management techniques and modified them as necessary to meet the demands of new materials and shaping. The result: the re-definition of best-in-class sound by controlling vibration and pitch at impact. Combined with external performance technologies, TaylorMade has delivered maximum distance and forgiveness through multi-material construction and complete personalization for every swing.

Additionally, the iconic two-tone crown of the M1 driver is precision-fit to the skeletal titanium body using an FF2FF process—a breakthrough engineering technique that results in craftsmanship of the highest quality with manufacturing repeatability for a consistent, aggressive appearance and undeniable performance.


New T-Track System

A redesigned T-Track system with more moveable weight and a longer back track allows for 64% more front-to-back CG movement than the original M1. Adjust the front track (15g) modify left-to-right trajectory and move the back track (12g) forward for lower ball flight and more distance, or adjust it farther back for higher ball flight and more forgiveness.

New Ultra-Lightweight Loft Sleeve

4° aluminum Loft Sleeve features 12 easily adjustable settings to dial in your loft and face angle without going to a golf shop.

Three Premium Stock Shafts and 30+ No-Upcharge Shaft Offerings

Fujikura Pro XLR8 56 (high launch)

Mitsubishi Kuro Kage Silver Dual-Core TiNi 60 (mid launch)

Project X HZRDUS Yellow 65 (low launch)

M1 460 DRIVER 8.5° NO 56° – 60° 460CC 45.5″ D4
M1 460 DRIVER 9.5° YES 56° – 60° 460CC 45.5″ D4
M1 460 DRIVER 10.5° YES 56° – 60° 460CC 45.5″ D4
M1 460 DRIVER 12° NO 56° – 60° 460CC 45.5″ D4

Fujikura Pro XLR8 56 – X, S, R, A Mitsubishi Kuro Kage Silver Dual – Core TINI 60 – X, S, R Project X HZRDUS Yellow – X, S

Lamkin UTX Cord 52G .600 Round Black/Green



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