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TaylorMade Men's M2 Tour Fairways

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TaylorMade Men's M2 Tour Fairways

Hand: Right
Club Head: 3HL
Loft: 16.5
Shaft: Kuro Kage Silver Tini Graphite
Flex: Stiff
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SKU:P122500

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TaylorMade Men's M2 Tour Fairways

More Workability For The Better Player

M2 fairway woods were a revelation for golfers in 2016, as professionals and recreational players alike marveled at the distance they produced. In fact, many players ended up playing their M2 fairway woods with weaker lofts because they were easier to hit and went just as far as the stronger lofts they had played previously. With its new line of M2 fairways, TaylorMade is setting the bar even higher, as new technology is making the M2 even more explosive and significantly more forgiving. The M2’s lightweight carbon crown and lighter fluted hosel are enabling an even lower CG placement that generates faster ball speeds, higher launch conditions, and enhanced stability at impact. Additionally, the Speed Pocket on the new M2 fairway woods is longer and more flexible, a combination that provides ball speed protection on shots struck low on the clubface. TaylorMade is also utilizing Inverted Cone Technology for the first time in a fairway wood, which allows for a faster clubface and enlarged sweet spot. And finally, as part of TaylorMade’s Geocoustic Technology, a new two-tiered sole has been implemented to improve turf interaction, while external sound ribs have improved sound and feel at impact. More specifically as it relates to the M2 Tour fairway woods, they will have a much smaller profile than the standard M2 fairways and have been designed for better players who like to work the ball. M2 Tour fairway woods will be offered in lofts of 15 and 16.5 degrees and those clubheads are 156 and 158cc, respectively. By comparison, the standard M2 options at 15 and 16.5 degrees are 175cc and 177cc, respectively. Also of note, the M2 Tour fairways have a flatter lie angle than the standard M2 models (56 degrees compared to 60), which will create more a neutral or fade bias for most golfers in terms of ball flight. The stock shaft for the M2 Tour fairway woods, which come in right-handed models only, is the Mitsubishi Kuro Kage Tini 70, and the stock grip is the Lamkin UTX Cord.

Details

Stock Shaft Mitsubishi Kuro Kage Tini 70
Stock Grip Lamkin UTX Cord
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Ideal For:

Lower-handicap or higher swing speed players who are looking for more workability in a fairway wood. A more forward weight port and smaller clubhead promote an enhanced ability to work the ball. The smaller head size and its design, however, will make the M2 Tour slightly less forgiving and also have a tendency to drop spin rates, so for many recreational players the standard M2 fairways will likely prove to be a better fit in terms of launch and performance.

Speed Pocket

Redesigned to be longer and more flexible, the Speed Pocket creates more ball speed and provides ball speed protection on shots struck low on the clubface.

Speed Pocket

Two-Tiered Sole Design

Improves turf interaction from all lie conditions for more consistent results.

Two-Tiered Sole Design

Geocoustic Technology

Optimal sound and feel are created by combining unique geometric shaping and improved acoustic management in the overall design.

Geocoustic Technology

Lightweight Fluted Hosel

By saving weight in the design of the Fluted Hosel the CG was able to be positioned even lower and deeper.

Lightweight Fluted Hosel

What They're Saying ...

“The M2 fairway wood has a larger footprint but we wanted it to be more forgiving. And we also wanted it to be more playable, which is why we changed the sole design. It also has incredible sound and feel.”

Brian Bazzel, TaylorMade Senior Director of Product Creation for Metalwoods

Specs

  • 3 Wood: 15° Loft | 43.25" Length | 56° Lie | D3 Swing Weight
  • 3HL Wood: 16.5° Loft | 43.25" Length | 56° Lie | D3 Swing Weight
  • Gender: Men's
  • Type: Fairways
TaylorMade Men's M2 Tour Fairways Kuro Kage Silver Tini Graphite is rated 4.9 out of 5 by 7.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Club feels really good Tip feels to have alot of movement due to the head weight . needed to adjust stance to more center play so the hands would not be to fast .
Date published: 2017-09-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Better than the M1! This is simply the best fairway wood I have played in years. Great feel. Large, forgiving head is not hard to hit or get airborne, even with the forward weighting. I play the 16.5 and it is super easy to hit long, with low spin. The stock Kuro Kage 70 works fine for me. I wish they would come out with a 18 or 19* 5 version.
Date published: 2017-09-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing fairway wood. Replaced my Callaway XR Pro FW's... This replaced my previous Callaway XR Pro fairway wood, which was no slouch either. This thing has an awesome crack to it...doesn't go left, and is LOOOONG. I'm using the 16.5 degree HL version which I can still easily get to 250 yards. I had a 245 yard uphill 2nd shot on a par 5 last weekend, hit a bomb up the hill straight at the flag and went 10 yards past the hole. Amazing fairway wood and I'm confident you'll love it. I use the Tour version...I'm just waiting for the 18 degree 5-wood to come out!!
Date published: 2017-06-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfection The club is exactly what better players want. At address, it sits flat (because the lie is much flatter) compared to the regular M2. Sound is muted not tingy, ball flight is relevant to the swing. Hit it center and it goes high and penetrating, mishits go where the ball flight rules dictate. Size is perfect, feel is explosive. It doesn't make a crack like the 2016 m2 fairway, much more muted thud. With a Tensei CK Blue 70x (tip +.5") the club kicked out my XR16 pro with 765 Evo II TS. It doesn't go hard left on the poorest of swings and even steep strikes seem to not leak right that much. Great considering the size of the head! Get it, you won't regret it
Date published: 2017-04-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great 3 Wood!!!!!!!!!! Best 3 wood on the market today.
Date published: 2017-04-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome performing 3 wood This is a 3 wood that you pull out when you can't hit the driver. Goes straight and far. Perfect for the holes where fairway is a must. Ball gets up off the face and in the air no problem
Date published: 2017-03-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best 3 wood I've hit 3 wood gets the ball up in the air and it goes. Definitely a go to club when the driver is not dialed in that day. Sets up very neutral and is pleasing to the eye to look down at. This club staying in the bag for a long time
Date published: 2017-03-22
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Is this club new or used?

Asked by: JG1
Yes, this is a brand new club.
Answered by: TGW_Esa
Date published: 2018-10-16

3HL. Please define?

Asked by: Five12
HL = High Launch. That means this is a 3 wood model with a higher loft than the standard 3 wood. The 3HL option has a loft of 16.5° while the standard 3 wood's loft is 15°.
Answered by: TGWChase
Date published: 2017-09-29
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