TaylorMade 2017 M2 Rescue Hybrid
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Distance and Playability.
The 2017 M2 Rescue Hybrid features the iconic two-tone crown of the M Metalwoods Family and new innovative performance technologies, creating a versatile Rescue club with exceptional sound and feel. This Rescue is designed to help average golfers replace a long iron with higher, longer, and more draw-biased performance.
Confidence Inspiring Design
Low-profile design with unmistakable “M” cosmetic and stepped crown inspires confidence and is easier to play from the 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 M1 with added playability from all lies.
Enhanced Speed Pocket
Large, more flexible, open-channel Speed Pocket delivers more ball-speed and less back-spin on low-face shots resulting in more distance and forgiveness.
Improved, Shorter Fluted Hosel Design
Provides superior sound and feel while lowering CG.
Additional no-upcharge shaft options available
TaylorMade M2 Rescue Expert Review
Written By: Bob Gomavitz
Club Tested: M2 Rescue; Shaft: Fujikura Speeder Reax 75; Flex: Stiff; Loft: 22°
Geocustic technology has improved the club’s performance through advanced geometry and sound engineering. The shaping of the M2 Rescue Hybrid includes a two-tiered sole to promote added playability out of a variety of lies. The new sole design and a short, fluted hosel also works in tandem to optimize sound and feel at impact while at the same time lowering the overall CG.
Who's It For?
The M2 Rescues are for anyone who prefers hybrids over long irons and especially players who need a draw bias. 10 to 36 handicaps, due to the slight draw bias that better players often struggle with hitting a hybrid.
(However, I suggest checking out the M1 if you fight a draw with your hybrids.)
Right away I noticed at address that this was the first Rescue from the 2016 and 2017 lineup to incorporate the iconic two-tone crown that now make for a perfect match with the driver and fairway metals. Personally, I really like the looks even though the black is not a carbon composite. The flight was on the high side, yet hitting into the wind there was little ballooning. The feel was solid and the head sat as square as any non-TP (Tour Preferred) rescue from Taylormade that I have tested. I still saw some sweeping hooks from this head which made the M2 version a much better choice for my game. Those that need a nice draw bias need to try this simple, easy to swing rescue.