TaylorMade M3 and M4 MetalWood Preview

TaylorMade M3 and M4 MetalWood Preview

World-class design and elite performance is the genesis of every product TaylorMade engineers. In 2015, the company introduced multi-material construction with eye-catching carbon composite crowns that captured the attention of millions of golfers around the world, becoming the most winning driver on the PGA TOUR and once again retaining the title of the best-selling driver in the industry. Two years later, the stakes have been raised, and engineers have responded to the challenge by creating the most advanced driver in company history — M3. READ MORE

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TaylorMade SLDR Driver Review

Before we get into the review, please note that this review was done by a good friend of ours who is a + handicap, has a driver swing speed of 125mph and has won 20+ mini tour events. With that said, here is his review on the TaylorMade SLDR Driver:

It's TaylorMade so it's always tough for me to say anything bad about this company. There haven't been many times that I've used something of theirs and not liked it to be honest. A few years back when they introduced the white color, I finally thought they were nuts and made something horrible looking but then I got one and quickly changed my tune.

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TaylorMade R1 Driver Review

It's true, when the first spy photos of the Taylormade R1 Driver "leaked" on the web I was not shy to blast TaylorMade for the over the top graphics on the crown and massive dial on the sole of the club. Let's not forget that this driver is also a "one size fits all" club off the rack too. Like most of you, I was wondering if this was just a marketing gimmick to get new sales or does all this new technology hold merit for the everyday amateur golfer looking for a few extra yards in a new driver.

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Taylormade RBZ Stage2 Driver

Last years RBZ won our Club Wars for longest distance across the board for testers. It wasnt very impressive to me, even with that accomplishment. The driver just didnt work for me. The feel, the shallow face, the sound, and I the control wasnt for me. When the new Taylormade RBZ Stage 2 drivers came in for review, I thought it would be a lot like last years but with a new paint job. I was wrong, this driver was deep and fairway finding for me right away. I was a believer and now behind Taylormades work, since most TM drivers never really fit my game/swing.

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TaylorMade RBZ Tour Driver

OK, so you have the latest and greatest from TaylorMade and all of a sudden their new "IT" driver comes out.  There is no way you are going to fork over another $300 on another new driver, right? Of course not, you are going to trade in your almost new driver for pennies for that brand new one that some say is the longest, hottest driver around.  I have been extremely fortunate to have been playing with the new RBZ Tour for the last 4 months. And all I have to say is WOW!

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Taylormade Burner 2.0 Driver

At the first address you might not only be thrown off by it's color, but also the shape. The Burner 2.0 has a large teardrop style shape.

The large head will put a sense of confidence back in your driving game, with a "how can I miss?" feeling. Not only is it ultra-light weight, it is a good deal longer than most drivers at 46.5".

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