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TaylorMade M1 430 Driver


M1 430
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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.


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


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whatis the head size of a 3 wood versus a taylormade 430 driver
asked by Ken S. on 3/12/2016
The M1 3 wood head size is 150CC.
Christopher Wadwick, PGA Professional
answered on 3/14/2016
I am a 8 hdcp w/ 90 swing speed, what are the differences in fujikari 50 and 60 shaft
asked by Greg C. on 2/25/2017
The main difference is going to be the weight of the shaft. Roughly 50 grams vs roughly 60 grams. In general, a heavier shaft is also going to play a touch stiffer and result in a slightly lower launch with slightly less spin.
Rudi Fann, PGA Professional
answered on 2/27/2017
Does the R15 tool work on the M1?
asked by Gary R. on 1/29/2017
The tool for an R15 will work on any TaylorMade adjustable club including the M1.
Rudi Fann, PGA Professional
answered on 1/30/2017
What are the differences between the 430 and 460 heads? I currently play the R11 with stiff shaft; 12 hcp with an 90 mph swing speed. Usually hit it straight but I'm 56 and looking to regain some distance.
asked by Thomas W. on 7/30/2017
Other than the size, the 430 head is going to give lower ball flight and less forgiveness while being easier to shape shots. Typically preferred by better players.
Rudi Fann, PGA Professional
answered on 8/3/2017
What is the difference between the m1430 and the 917d3?
asked by Daniel W. on 10/12/2017
The main difference is going to be the D3 being 10cc's larger at 440 cc's vs 430. Also, the M1 offers the sliding weights to adjust CG and ball flight into more positions as opposed to the Surefit CG cartridge in the Titleist that can only be flipped from back heel to forward toe for the location. The Titleist does offer 16 hosel settings vs M1's 12. Titleist also offers independent loft and lie adjustment.
Rudi Fann, PGA Professional
answered on 10/13/2017
according to our club pro the loft on the M1 can be adjusted 2 degrees, is that correct
asked by Raymond M. on 10/20/2017
The loft can be adjusted as much as 2 degrees up or down for a total range of 4 degrees.
Rudi Fann, PGA Professional
answered on 10/21/2017

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