The TaylorMade M2 driver allows you to gain more distance, more often. No longer will you crush a driver and wonder what you did that gave you the longest drive you’ve ever hit. You’ll be doing it more often, so much so, that with this driver it’ll become the norm.
That’s a lot to promise coming off the heel of a remarkable driver in the M1. You’ll notice this isn’t a far cry from the M1 though. It’s just a complement and it completes the family. A lot of the same technology found in the M1 driver can be found in the M2. The only difference is the M2 driver delivers a little more distance and forgiveness – something every golfer is looking for, no matter their ability.
We took our new multi-material construction and leveraged the weight savings to give golfers what they want, distance and a whole lot of forgiveness. – Brian Bazzel Sr. Director Metalwood Product Creation
TaylorMade M2 Tech Talk
Massive Sweet Spot
Engineers at TaylorMade created a driver that houses multiple technologies (Inverted Cone Technology’s, and a re-designed Speed Pocket) that combine to create one of the most forgiving drivers available. You’ll be able to hit it anywhere on the face, don’t worry about those mis hits.
A low center of gravity (CG) in conjunction with the new Speed Pocket and enhanced aerodynamics creates a driver that’s hot. It’ll have you launching the ball higher with low spin, the secret recipe for extra-long drives.
Best In Class Sound
The TaylorMade M2 driver delivers incredible sound and feedback. It’s internal acoustic engineering delivers a solid, and crisp sound, giving you the feedback that Tour player look for and demand.
The hosel allows for adjustability of up to 4 degrees (+/- 2) giving you more options to dial in your loft, lie, and face angle. All of this adjustements allow you to achieve the very best performance out a world-class driver.
Multiple No-Charge Shaft Offerings
The stock shaft in the TaylorMade M2 driver is the Fujikura Pro. It’s just one of several no-charge aftermarket shafts that are available. With all of these options, there’s no excuse. So be sure to select a shaft that matches your swing.
Check out these other TaylorMade articles:
- New Launch: TaylorMade M2 Irons
- TaylorMade Golf Balls for 2016
- 6 Questions Answered About The M1 Driver
- TaylorMade Kalea: Game Improvement Specifically Designed For The Lady Golfer
- TaylorMade Driver Comparison: JetSpeed vs RBZ Stage 2
- TaylorMade Driver Comparison: R15 vs R15 TP
- TaylorMade Driver Comparison: AeroBurner vs R15
- TaylorMade Driver Comparison: R15 vs SLDR
- What’s The Difference: TaylorMade SLDR, SLDR-S, SLDR Mini Drivers
- What’s The Difference: RSi1, RSi2, RSi TP Irons
- TaylorMade Iron Comparison: SLDR vs SpeedBlade
- TaylorMade Iron Comparison: SpeedBlade vs RocketBladez
- R15 is a Lethal Driver Packed with Distance & Forgivness