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Unique to the M1 rescues is that they’re the only M Family product that does not feature a black and white crown. Also unique is that the new M1 is the first TaylorMade rescue to ever feature moveable weight technology, as a 27-gram sliding weight allows players to create either a draw, fade, or neutral ball-flight bias. Of note, the original M1 rescue was specifically built as an anti-draw offering, so the ability to produce a draw bias is one of the new features TaylorMade implemented to make the M1 a candidate for a wider range of player. And even though a weight track is now part of the M1 recue design, a Speed Pocket remains to create faster ball speeds from all impact points and to help maintain ball speed on mis-hits. The new M1 still features a smaller profile than the M2 rescue, but a new sole design makes it even more playable from the rough or difficult lies. Additionally, an adjustable aluminum loft sleeve allows loft (+/- 1.5 degrees) and lie angle adjustment to further help golfers dial in their ideal flight conditions. The new M1 rescues are available in lofts of 17, 19, 21, and 24 degrees and come with the Mitsubishi Kuro Kage Silver 80 hybrid as a stock shaft (70-gram version for senior flex).
|Stock Shaft||Mitsubishi Kuro Kage Silver hybrid|
|Stock Grip||Lamkin UTx Cord, .60 round, black/green|
|Adjustability||+/- 1.5° of loft adjustability|
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Players of all ability levels. The original M1 rescue was a huge hit for professional and recreational golfers, who loved its compact, tour-proven shape. With the new sole design, added forgiveness, and the ability to move weight to create a ball-flight bias, there’s little doubt that the new M1 rescue will be every bit as popular, and this is a club that you’ll see played by low- and high-handicapper alike.
A 27-gram weight can be positioned along a sliding track to help players create either a draw, fade, or neutral ball flight bias.
Improves turf interaction from the rough and poor lies for more consistent results.
Allows players to adjust loft (+/- 1.5 degrees) and lie angle to create their ideal trajectory and ball flight.
“The M1 rescue was and is our most played rescue on Tour. It was designed more for the better player but we felt like more players could benefit from that head shape and we made the new M1 rescue to benefit a much wider group of players.”
Brian Bazzel, TaylorMade Senior Director of Product Creation for Metalwoods
|TaylorMade 2017 M1 Rescues|
|Club||Loft||Length||Lie Angle||Head Volume||Swing Weight|
|TaylorMade 2017 M1 Rescues Shaft Information|
|Mitsubishi Kuro Kage Silver 70HY|
|Mitsubishi Kuro Kage Silver 80HY|