TaylorMade M3 and M4 Fairway Woods and Rescues Help You “Get Home” Easier

M3 and M4 fairway woods and rescues

TaylorMade M3 and M4 fairway woods and rescues round out the company’s latest metalwood family. The new design features in these clubs deliver accuracy and distance, helping you find the fairway and pin-seek with ease. Here’s a closer look at those features.

TaylorMade M3 and M4 Fairway Woods and Rescues

m3 fairway wood and rescue

TaylorMade M3

“Crank it. Slide it. Stripe it.”

TaylorMade’s intro for the new M3 fairway woods and rescues references the adjustability of the clubs. Golfers can again personalize their settings to achieve their preferred ball flight thanks to the sliding weight and Loft Sleeve adjustable hosel.

Fairway Woods

M3 fairway carbon crown

The M3 fairway wood has 40% more carbon fiber than the M1 2017 model, saving weight. One area where the saved weight was added to is the sliding weight. Designers added 4 grams to the M3’s sliding weight from the ’17 M1’s 25-gram weight. The extra weight allows you more shot shaping adjustability.

m3 fairway speed pocket

The now-familiar Speed Pocket on the sole is lengthened on the M3 fairway wood. The added length increases flexibility and ball speed for shots struck low on the clubface, resulting in more forgiveness and consistent distance.

Finally, the smaller (between 123 and 140 cc’s, depending on loft) clubhead provides a sleek, confidence inspiring look.


M3 rescue speed pocket and crown

The M3 Rescue has adopted the two-toned crown of the fairway and driver. The look provides a consistent look and easier alignment. As on the M3 fairway wood, a new Speed Pocket improves for shots struck low on the clubface.

Both clubs feature a newly designed track for the sliding weight. The new track delivers precise and consistent turf interaction thanks to the overhang design.

TaylorMade M4 Fairway Woods and Rescues

m4 fairway wood and rescue

Like the M2 before it, the M4 fairway woods and rescues are all about towering shots, incredible distance, and forgiveness.  Both M4 clubs feature a new split weight design featuring two internal weights, one toward the heel and one toward the sole. The weights increase forgiveness (higher MOI) and promote more ball speed across the face. This helps you find the center cut more consistently.

M4 fairway wood and rescue split internal weight design
Split Internal Weight

Both clubs also feature the new Speed Pocket and Inverted Cone Technology, resulting in a larger sweet spot.

Finally, the M4’s versatile playability and superior feel are achieved thanks to a blend of geometric and acoustical engineering. You know it better as Geocoustic Technology.

m4 fairway wood and rescue technology

TaylorMade is also coming out with an M4 Tour fairway wood. This model features much of the same technology in a smaller, more compact look that better players prefer. Add in the tour-inspired sole and leading edge profiles and the club is workable and versatile even from difficult lies.

Last Words on TaylorMade M3 and M4 Fairway Woods and Rescues

The M3 and M4 fairway woods and rescues round out their respective families perfectly. Their improved looks and performance features, compared to previous products, are sure to turn heads. Be sure to give these a serious look when considering new clubs. They could take your game to the next level.

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Rudi Fann

Rudi Fann has been a Class “A” member of the PGA of America since 2008. He began his career in 1998 as the Assistant Golf Professional at Wake Forest Golf Club in Wake Forest, NC. In 2002, Rudi accepted a similar position at Rio Mar Country Club in Rio Grande, Puerto Rico. He spent a year there before moving to Nipomo, CA where he worked at Blacklake Golf Resort. Over the next 10 years, he worked his way from Assistant Golf Professional to Head Golf Professional and finally Director of Golf Operations. In his time at Blacklake, Rudi devoted much of his time to running tournaments and other activities in order to create a social atmosphere at the club. After Blacklake, Rudi spent one year as Head Golf Professional at Paso Robles Golf Club before deciding to return home to North Carolina. Since returning to North Carolina, Rudi has worked with the First Tee of the Triangle helping to instill life skills and core values through the game of golf to local youth.