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TaylorMade M1 vs M3 Irons – How to Choose

A popular category of irons company’s come out with is the one suited for a mid-handicap player. You know the ones, smaller than the (typically) bulky game-improvement club and the more forgiving than a player’s club. TaylorMade M1 and M3

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Better Driver Adjustments? Wilson Staff Triton DVD vs 2017 TaylorMade M1

Our latest club comparison features the 2017 TaylorMade M1 driver versus the Wilson Staff Triton DVD driver. The M1 is a second generation model from TaylorMade and the Triton is a new introduction from Wilson Golf. The Triton was the

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M1 or D2: Which Letter is For You?

Two of the exciting releases this year in the driver market are the 2017 TaylorMade M1 and the Titleist 917D2. Both clubs promise distance, forgiveness, and adjustability, making deciding which is right for you difficult. Knowing the similarities and differences

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