TaylorMade 2017 M1 Fairway Wood
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M1 Fairway Wood
TaylorMade’s Longest Adjustable Fairway.
Constructed with a 450 stainless steel body and strong Ni-Co C300 face, the 2017 M1 fairway features the same 6-layer Carbon composite crown as the M1 driver. Completely redesigned and reshaped from last year’s fairway, the new M1 fairway includes a more intuitive sliding weight system and a new open-channel Speed Pocket designed to deliver more ball speed and more forgiveness.
6-layer carbon crown, 450 stainless steel body, 25g tungsten weight, and c300 super alloy face combine to lower CG.
Enhanced Speed Pocket
Longer, more flexible, open-channel Speed Pocket delivers more ball-speed and less back-spin on low-face shots resulting in more distance.
Refined Weight Track
Redesigned sliding weight track with single 25g tungsten weight with more intuitive adjustability.
Drop-Step Sole Shaping
Reduces drag through the air to help maintain clubhead speed.
New Ultra-Lightweight Loft Sleeve
4° aluminum Loft Sleeve features 12 easily adjustable settings to dial in your loft and face angle without going to a golf shop.
TaylorMade M1 Fairway Wood Expert Review
Written By: Bob Gomavitz
Club Tested: M1 Fairway Wood; Shaft: Mitsubishi Kuro Kage TiNi Silver 70; Flex: Stiff; Loft: 17°
Similar to the drivers, the new 6-layer carbon composite crown design reallocates weight from the crown to other areas of the head for a lower CG. A new Open-Channel Speed Pocket increases forgiveness and ball speeds, and the new, lighter sleeve offers 4 degrees of loft adjustments.
Who's It For?
The adjustable weight track and loft sleeve make the 2017 M1 Fairway Metals for players of all abilities. Plus to 36 handicaps.
The first thing I noticed when looking at the club is that the weight track now has one 25 gram weight, compared to two 15 gram weights on the 2016 version. There is added forgiveness with the weight track set further back and the CG is pushed back away from the face. Unlike the 2016 version, which I found very solid but was unable to keep the ball in the air for a long time due to the lack of spin I produced; the 2017 version is far more forgiving and with an increased launch angle I found a much improved playability to this head. Cosmetically the M1 Fairway Metals look cleaner and a little more appealing than the 2016 version, everything about it looks good! A solid feeling club with square looks and a great flight pattern.