TaylorMade M6 driver For Sale

Titanium body, flexible host, carbon-fiber crown. Available in 9-, 10.5- and 12-degree models Available: Feb. 1 The Target The M6 driver was built to improve forgiveness and stabilization to enable golfers achieve distance and reach straighter drives. Usually, Scoop Skilled photographers use advanced digital SLR cameras because they allow individuals to monitor any part of the photo-taking process. However, many people prefer the simplicity of a point-and – shoot camera that just takes great photos.

The latest M6 driver, which replaces the M4 of last season, is less customizable than the latest M5 driver, so it may be suitable for golfers that are only searching for a club built to improve distance and minimize mis-hit penalties. The face of each M6 driver is inspected, and fine-tuned with urethane, the urethane, Like the M5, each M6 is purposely designed to have more trampoline impact than the USGA and R&A allow, but in the final stage of production a device tests the restitution coefficient of each head, then injects urethane into the heel and toe to slow the face and render the club legal for action.

(David Dusek / Golfweek) TaylorMade refers to the procedure as Speed Injection, because it can guarantee that each driver is able to achieve the highest acceptable volume of ball speed, which the company claimed would not necessarily be feasible using other methods of mass manufacturing. The 460cc M6 driver has a wide slot immediately behind the leading edge, called the Hammer Head, in the sole. It was built to make it more effective for the titanium face to bend to help produce more ball speed.

Extra mass in the back of the sole enhances MOI. Using lightweight carbon fiber in the crown helps reduce the centre of gravity and produce discretionary weight. (David Dusek) In the shape of 45 grams of weight that TaylorMade terms an Inertia Generator, a large sum of the weight was transferred to the back-center region of the sole. It improves the moment of inertia and helps build more dynamic impact loft, which can facilitate greater launch and increased stability. To further maximize control and decrease the magnitude of mis-hits, TaylorMade engineered the Twist Face M6 driver, peeling back the high-toe region and folding down and within the low-heel section of the hitting board.

TaylorMade said that it helps counteract the consequences of the most popular mis-hits and encourages straighter shots. The matte black surface of the carbon fiber crown. The adjustable hosel enables players and fitters to raise or decrease the specified loft by as much as 2 degrees. (David Dusek / Golfweek) The adjustable hosel.

TaylorMade M6 Driver Review

TaylorMade claims that by bringing the face of the M6 driver to the maximum with a ‘Speed Injection’ they make everyone quicker. For once they really believe it when each face is pumped with resin behind the red screws to dial it down from illegal to legal. TaylorMade this by testing each face when it falls off the manufacturing line and then consulting their machine equation in the production line.

Because of the CG role, this may be because the M6 would be a little bit more tolerant than the M5. This is where the other key difference of architecture falls of. The M4 driver was easily through the air and its aerodynamic form has a high ‘skirt’ across the rear of the head. But, for better forgiving, this is not good for keeping the CG low and back, but doing so could impact the aerodynamics.

TaylorMade also effectively lowered the rear part of the head in the M6 driver utilizing what they term a ‘Inertia Generator’, which is a 46g weight that Via TaylorMade custom fitting, however, you may order a shorter edition.


Two of the core innovations are shared by the M6 driver with the M5: Pace Injection Twist Face and HammerHead 2.0.0. What’s different is that the M6 has a 46 gram “Inertia Engine” low and back in the head instead of moveable weights. This form and positioning of weight is close to what you find in the Cobra KING F9 Speedback car. What all these buzzwords add up to at the end of the day is a car with very good forgiving. I began to smash it all over the chest, and the pace of the ball was always quite respectable.

I will rank the M6 as mid-launch and mid-spin in terms of launch and spin. The shaft you pick would certainly have a major effect on this, but the average output appears to be geared towards the center of the bell curve. Eventually, I realized that the M6 driver was mildly biased. The orientation assist lies a little near the heel in my palm, because it’s better for the club to strike left than right. The hosel allows changes to the loft and face angle to dial in your desired ball travel.

TaylorMade M6 Driver Verdict

I think the M6 driver sounds a bit stronger compared to the M4 and provides the extra value with an improved face and a lower spin configuration. This is the main change for me as the more accommodating, non-adjustable M2 and M4 drivers were spinning so much in the past and I had to go for the more adjustable M1 and M3 lower spinning models.

For this reason, it’s the one to go with unless you require the additional change that the M5 driver provides. This is nice news because the past two ranges have seen the M1 2017 and M3 get the nod with me following the popularity of the initial M2 driver, which was the better edition. With the Twist Face to handle spin to hold shots straighter as well, not everybody would need the extra stability that the commercial requires.

It also seems much smoother to get a driver with as quick a face as possible tailored for for forgiveness and you vary the form by loft or switch to the D-Type variant of the draw bias. For more players, I think the M6 would be the better choice on course and in your pocket, as it is also cheaper for £50/$ 50, so check it out against the M5 and see whether it is for you too.