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TaylorMade M1 460 Driver 9.5° Golf Club Left Hand

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TaylorMade M1 460 Driver Golf Club
    
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Golf Club Condition
New
Brand
TaylorMade
Model
M1 460
Club
Driver
Dexterity
Left Hand
Player Type
Men
Includes Headcover
Yes
Grip
Standard
Shaft Material
Graphite
Shaft
Fujikura Pro 60
Flex
Stiff
Length
Standard
Loft
9.5°
Lie Angle
Standard Lie
Style
N1184409
SKU
1033024-AAS-1B7-AEF
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Description

The TaylorMade M1 driver was created with a multi-material design of titanium and carbon composite, and allows golfers to personalize performance to fit their swing. As TaylorMade’s longest driver to date, the M1 feature an extremely low CG that allows for an efficient power transfer for increased ball speed. The T-Track System allows you to move the front track 15 gram weight to provide a draw, neutral or fade setting and the back track 10 gram weight allows you to adjust for high, medium or low launch and spin settings. The loft sleeve allows golfers to further adjust the driver with 12 different positions for your preference of face angle, loft and lie. The M1 comes with 3 different stock shaft options depending on your preferred launch of high, medium or low as well as over 25 other premium custom options at no upcharge.

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Features

  • Multi-Material Design
  • T-Track System
  • Loft Sleeve
  • Multiple Shaft Options

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How long is the shaft?
asked by John M. on 11/6/2015
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The standard length of this driver is 45.5 inches.
Christopher Wadwick, PGA Professional
answered on 11/6/2015
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Does this mint condition M1, 10.5 Regular flex driver come with tool & headcover
asked by Matt Z. on 8/17/2016
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If a mint condition club does come with the headcover, it will be listed in the product details under "Includes Headcover" Typically, they do not but sometimes they will.
Rudi Fann, PGA Professional
answered on 8/18/2016
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Does this mint condition M1 9.5 degree Driver come with a tool?
asked by Dennis B. on 8/29/2016
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Mint condition clubs will typically not come with the headcover or adjustment tool. In the product details, if it states that the headcover is not included, then neither will the tool.
Rudi Fann, PGA Professional
answered on 8/30/2016
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Q
I am 70 yrs old is a 12 degree better for me now? My current driver is 10.5
asked by Ernest G. on 10/17/2016
A
I would highly recommend participating in a driver fitting to make sure you are choosing the correct specs based on your swing characteristics. Depending on various things such as your swing speed, launch angle, and ball speed, the best shaft and loft combination will be recommended.
Emmett Brantly, PGA Professional
answered on 10/17/2016
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I am 60 years old .460 or 430 which one you recommend for me?Also M1 has fujikura pro 60 shaft,will it suit for me?
asked by Aruldoss N. on 11/4/2016
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It will mostly depend on your handicap more than anything. The 460 will be more forgiving and launch higher compared to the 430. A mid to high handicap player will most likely go with the 460, while a lower handicap golfer will most likely go with the 430. The stock Fujikura Pro 60 will most likely be a good shaft for you. To make sure you are choosing the correct driver, I would recommend doing a driver fitting with a launch monitor.
Emmett Brantly, PGA Professional
answered on 11/4/2016
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Q
I currently have the R11 TP 9 degree stiff with Fujikura Blur and interested in the M1. Which shaft would you recommend? I am about a 9 handicap now.
asked by Robert U. on 11/7/2016
A
I would highly recommend doing a driver fitting with multiple shaft options and a launch monitor. The correct shaft is determined by swing speed, launch angle, spin rate, and ball speed more than anything.
Emmett Brantly, PGA Professional
answered on 11/7/2016

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By Myles Fukuda on 10/14/2016
1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.
Handicap: 16-20  Plays Golf: I play weekly  Dexterity: Right Hand

I have never hit the ball longer off the tee than with the M1 460. Did not like the Mitsubishi Kuro Kage stock shaft so I swapped it out. Also made some adjustments with the sliding weights. Great club

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Long and forgiving
By joel wollborg on 9/3/2016
1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.
Handicap: 11-15  Plays Golf: I play weekly  Dexterity: Right Hand

I upgraded from an R15 and so far I found it to be just as long and a big more forgiving. The extra adjustability has really helped with ball flight.

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Great Driver
By Micheal Lee on 7/11/2016
1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.
Handicap: 6-10  Plays Golf: I play weekly  Dexterity: Right Hand

It goes far. It is longest driver on the market.
But, it is heavier than others.

If you are looking for more distance, this is the driver you should get.

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M1 Driver
By Jerry M. on 7/7/2016
1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Once I got it adjusted right I found it to be an incredible driver. I am hitting my drive longer and straight than I was by quite a bit.

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Great driver - get fit!
By Todd Cosky on 6/16/2016
1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.
Handicap: 16-20  Plays Golf: I play monthly  Dexterity: Right Hand

Solid driver but really saw a nice improvement in dispersion once fit properly.

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The TaylorMade M1 Driver

The TaylorMade M1 driver is the product of more than two decades of research and development. It's comprised of a multi-material design featuring titanium and carbon composite, both of which contribute to creating the longest and most fittable driver in TaylorMade's history. This multi-material design has allowed TaylorMade to deliver more speed, higher launch, lower spin, and more forgiveness. It also helps with feel and sound that occurs at impact. They've spent many hours toying with materials to control the vibration and pitch.

The savings of discretionary weight from the composite crown has allowed the TaylorMade M1 driver to increase the control of tee shots with a T-Track system. The T-Track system features two different sliding tracks that each has different movable weights. The Front Track, which slides from heel to toe, has a 15-gram weight to adjust a draw or fade bias up to 25 yards. The Back Track, which slides from front to back, has a 10-gram weight to adjust the backspin and launch angle.

The Taylormade M1 driver is available in 8.5, 9.5, 10.5, and 12-degree loft options. The left-handed model will be available in 9.5 and 10.5 degrees. The driver will also come with three different stock shaft options, each featuring different launch characteristics. The Fujikura Pro will have a high launch, Mitsubishi KuroKage TiNi Silver will have a mid-launch, and the Aldila Rogue Silver will have a low launch.

Learn more about the TaylorMade M1 driver here.