With the TaylorMade MFamily complete and the season well under way, it’s interesting to take a look at how TaylorMade’s top staff players are using both the M1 and the M2 in their bags. In fact, Justin Rose carries the M2 in his bag (driver, 3 & 5 wood). He changed to the M2 despite winning the Hong Kong Open with the M1 driver in his bag.
For Jason Day, the driver of choice is the TaylorMade M1 (10.5 degrees) while his 16.5 degree HL fairway wood is a Taylormade M2. Dustin Johnson is also going with the distance of the M2 in his driver (10.5 degrees) and 3 wood while sticking with the pinseekindg accuracy of the TaylorMade M1 for his 5 wood. Finally, Sergio Garcia is utilizing his M2 driver (9.5 degrees) in combination with his M1 fairway woods (3 & 5) to achieve that perfect combination of raw distance and workability.
At the Cadillac World Golf Championships, these players used these newfound combinations to place inside the top 25.
- T-11 (3-Under): Sergio Garcia
- T14 (2-Under): Dustin Johnson
- T23 (Even): Jason Day
— Daniel Berger (@DanielBerger59) September 22, 2015
The following week at the Valspar Championship we also so a handful of TaylorMade staffers in the Top 25.
- T-11: Daniel Berger
- T-11: Retief Goosen
- T-18: Justin Leonard
- T-22: Chez Reavie
As the season continues and makes its way towards the first major in the Master’s, it’ll be interesting to see just who’s making to their bag to have the best chance to win the coveted green jacket.
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