TaylorMade 2017 M2 Fairway Wood
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M2 Fairway Wood
Forgiveness Taken Farther.
In the 2017 M2 fairway, the ultimate distance fairway has been made even more forgiving with the incorporation of a recessed 6-layer carbon composite crown, Inverted Cone Technology (for the first time in a TaylorMade fairway) and a new Geocoustic sole design. Additionally, a longer, more flexible Speed Pocket and lighter fluted hosel create a low CG that produces fast ball speeds for an incredibly long, high-launching, and low-spinning fairway.
Geocoustic engineering combines advanced sole shaping with externalized sound ribs to produce best-in-class sound and feel. Designed with a two-tiered sole, golfers will experience the same unreal distance of the original M2 with added playability from all lies.
6-layer carbon crown, 450 stainless steel body, and 455 stainless face combines to save weight and lower CG.
Inverted Cone Technology
Protects ball speed across the entire clubface to product a larger sweet spot for more forgiveness.
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.
Fluted Hosel Design
Provides superior sound and feel without compromising CG or distance.
Additional no-upcharge shaft options available
TaylorMade M2 Fairway Wood Expert Review
Written By: Bob Gomavitz
Club Tested: M2 Fairway Wood; Shaft: Fujikura Speeder Reax 65; Flex: Stiff; Loft: 15°
Like the M2 driver, the fairway metals have a 6-layer carbon composite crown that saves weight and pushes the CG lower and back. A newly designed Speed Pocket gives players more distance and forgiveness on strikes low on the face, while the addition of the Inverted Cone Technology produces a larger sweet spot.
Who's It For?
Without a doubt and just like the M2 driver, the M2 fairway woods are for players of all abilities. Plus to 36 handicaps.
This bonded, non-adjustable head has a very similar look to the 2016 version. It produced a very satisfying, solid feel and thud to it. I played a 16.5-degree version of 2016 M2 in the latter part of the year and found the club to produce a high, hot trajectory that was very easy to hit. I found pretty much the same results in my testing of the 2017 version. There was an ever so slight draw bias which will really fit some player’s swings well. For players who prefer a bonded head fairway metal, the M2 series is hard to beat and seen in the bags of many touring pros. Comparing the M2 to the M1, the M2 has a slightly larger head and slightly shallower face, which creates an easier club to hit for those that need a helping hand to elevate the ball better and quicker.