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TaylorMade M4 D-Type Driver 10.5° Used Golf Club

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Standard Length Only Standard Lie Angle Only Fujikura Atmos Red 5 Graphite Shaft

Fujikura Atmos Red 5 Graphite Shaft

Matrix OZIK MFS X5 45 White Tie Graphite Shaft

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Matrix Platinum OZIK MFS X5 45 White Tie Graphite Shaft

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Matrix Platinum OZIK MFS X5 55 White Tie Graphite Shaft

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Mitsubishi Chemical Tensei Blue 60 Graphite Shaft

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Mitsubishi Chemical Tensei CK Blue 60 Graphite Shaft

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Certified Preowned $278.99

  • Generic Headcover Included
  • 6-Point Inspection Process
  • 12 Month Limited Warranty

Very Good Condition $219.99

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M4 D-Type
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Right Hand
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Fujikura Atmos Red 5 Graphite
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The TaylorMade M4 D-Type driver combines Twist Face technology with a new Hammerhead Slot and Geocoustic sole design for straight distance and a large sweet spot. Twist Face is engineered to reduce side spin and deliver straighter shots as well as provide more loft in the high-toe and less loft in the low-heel to produce more consistent spin where golfers commonly miss-hit. The Hammerhead Slot provides a larger sweet spot and increased ball speed low on the face and drops unwanted spin for more distance. Geocoustic technology reduces sole volume and enables a larger, more forgiving face while the Draw-Biased Design makes the face angle appear more open for a more closed face at impact.

Certified Preowned

Buying pre-owned clubs is a great way get clubs in your bag without having to pay the full price of a brand new club. At GlobalGolf, we bring peace of mind to the buying process by offering a unique club condition, GlobalGolf Certified Preowned.

Each Certified Preowned club goes through a certification process by our trained professionals. The certification process includes:
  • Complete 6 - Point Inspection Process
  • Generic Headcover Included
  • Twelve - Month Limited Warranty
  • Thorough Cleaning
  • Visual Inspection
GlobalGolf Certified Preowned 6 - Point Inspection Process covers the clubs from grip to sole, ensuring that the club(s) you purchase have been properly maintained and are in the best possible condition before making their way into your bag. The Twelve-Month Limited Warranty protects your club against all manufacturing defects in materials and workmanship. If your club is found to have a factory defect, our commitment is to promptly replace it or issue a credit for the full amount. No questions asked.

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  • Twist Face Technology: The clubface is twisted open on the high-toe and closed on the low-heel to produce straighter shots on those mishits
  • Hammerhead Slot: Makes the sweet spot bigger by increasing ball speed and forgiveness across the entire club face
  • Geocoustic Technology: reduces sole volume for a bigger sweet spot and improves sound and feel at impact
  • M4 D-Type places 41 grams of weight towards the heel to boost draw spin


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any difference between M4-D driver and regular M4 driver?whats D stands for anyway?
asked by Roberto L. on 2/5/2018
The D stands for Draw. The M4D is a draw based driver with more weight toward the heel of the club to help players fighting a slice.
Rudi Fann, PGA Professional
answered on 2/8/2018
I’m considering purchasing either TM M5 or M6D driver. What I’m asking is would the M5 with its weights moved to the draw position be as effective at straightening out a fade as the M6D will be? As I improved my swing if might be better to have the M5 adjustments at my disposal. Thanks
asked by Albert B. on 1/28/2019
Great question, the M6 D-Type not only has the weight on the heel but also has an optical illusion: TM designed the crown to look open at address which hopefully triggers the brain to think, "I better square up the face." The M5 is much more versatile, if you correct your fade and start hooking the ball, you can move the weight to the toe. It may very well be worth the extra money to have the extra options.
Marc Johnson, PGA Professional
answered on 1/29/2019

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Terrific club
By Andy B. on 5/31/2018
13 out of 13 people found this review helpful.
Handicap: 6-10  Plays Golf: I play weekly  Dexterity: Right Hand

Didn't know if the d-type would work but it does . If you cut or slice off the tee this driver works good for a more straighter drive.

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Awesome customer service..
By Herb H. on 3/8/2019
11 out of 13 people found this review helpful.

I ordered a M4 driver and couldn't wait for it to come in.
Sadly, on the day it was supposed to be delivered, no club. The shipping notice said it had been delivered. Bummer. Either delivered to wrong place or porch pirate. Talked with shipper, waited 4 days then called GlobalGolf. They understood my disappointment and express shipped another driver - I got it in 2 days, WOW! Some of the best customer service I've ever dealt with, thanks GlobalGolf, you will be hearing from me again soon. PS the iron set I ordered didn't have any shipping suprises.

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M4 D Driver
By Mark S. on 9/11/2018
9 out of 9 people found this review helpful.

I absolutely love this club. Have previously owned the M1 and M2 drivers, however the M4 is as advertised.

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Great Club
By Trey D on 6/18/2018
8 out of 10 people found this review helpful.
Handicap: 0-5  Plays Golf: I play weekly  Dexterity: Right Hand

The heads sits a little open witch is great for better players. I don’t hit this club as far as I hit my M2 but it is more consistent on misshits.

I recommend it

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Most forgiving Driver i have ever owned
By James F. on 12/12/2018
7 out of 9 people found this review helpful.
Handicap: 0-5  Plays Golf: I play more than once a week  Dexterity: Right Hand

it won't fix a 20 yd slice, but it will take 5 yds off you fade. very forgiving. i am now able to consistently hit a draw when i want.

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Technology / Specs

TaylorMade M4 D-Type Driver

Here are the 3 main features of the TaylorMade M4 D-Type driver.

Twist Face

Twist Face is a revolutionary technology aimed at accuracy. After analyzing 500,000+ shots, TaylorMade engineers found the most common misses when hittinga driver were high-toe and low-heel. To fix this, the engineers literally twisted the club face.

The high-toe section is opened 0.5 degrees and adds 1 degree of loft to help correct a low, duck-hook shot that results from impact in that area. Conversely, the low-heel sectionn is closed 0.5 degrees and delofted 1 degree to correct that mishit.

Hammerhead Technology

Hammerhead technology creates more ball speed and a larger sweet spot. The wide channel on the sole flexes at impact, producing more ball speed across a larger portion of the club face.

The 2 (nearly) perpendicualr bars inside the channel create stability, allowing designers to make the club face thinner overall. This thin club face also helps produce more ball speed across the clubface.

Together, these features of Hammerhead technology make the sweet spot bigger!

Geocoustic Technology

Geocoustic technology is also on the sole of the club. It helps give the M4 a solid sound and feel as well as more forgiveness.

Differing from previous versions, this Geocoustic area has more material taken out. The weight saved is repositioned around the rest of the clubhead for more forgiveness. According to TaylorMade, the sweet spot is 67% larger thanks to the new design.

The difference in the M4 D-Type driver and the standard M4 driver is the weight on the sole. A 41-gram weight is placed toward the heel of the M4 D-Type driver. The helps add more draw-spin to help correct the miss to the right (for a right-handed golfer).

See the chart below for the stock specs and shaft options of the TaylorMade M4 D-Type driver.

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